Jabalpur - Bandhavgarh National Park

The Jabalpur - Bandhavgarh National Park trip is one of the most exciting excursions from Jabalpur. Situated at a distance of 190 Kilometers from Jabalpur, the Bandhavgarh National Park is famous for its white tiger preservation project. Once a royal hunting ground, the Bandhavgarh National Park near Jabalpur has been transformed into one of the best natural parks in the country.

The Bandhavgarh National Park earned the status of a national park in 1968. Plain grasslands, rocky and plateau like hills constitute the physiography of the Bandhavgarh National Park.

Blessed with rich flora and fauna, the Bandhavgarh National Park near Jabalpur is very popular with the nature lovers, wild life freaks, botany students and general tourists. The forest is infested with animals and birds like:

  • Chital
  • Nilgai
  • Gaur
  • Chinkara
  • Chausingha
  • Wild Boar
  • Jackal
  • Mynah
  • Blue Jay
  • Green Barbet
  • Red vented Bulbul
  • Purple Sunbird
  • Sloth Bear
  • White Tiger
  • Royal Bengal Tiger
The jeep safaris and elephant safaris in Bandhavgarh National Park are the most exciting parts of a Jabalpur - Bandhavgarh National Park excursion tour. Some of the nearby tourist attractions from Bandhavgarh National Park are:
  • Baghela Museum
  • Kalchuri Archaeological Remains
  • Bandhavgarh Fort

Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012



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