Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the most renowned national parks in India and is located in Umaria, Madhya Pradesh. Moreover, it is an ideal photo tour destination as well. So, if you are planning for photo tourism then you must think for the Bandhavgarh National Park. The park was a Shikargah initially and later it became a national park in 1968. The location is truly incredible and suitable for having an adventurous tour.  Here you can see the rocky plateau as well as lush low lying meadows.

It spreads out just about 450 square kilometers. The interesting part of the park is that it has the highest number of density of tigers in the world. According to the travelers and researchers, the Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the best reserves of tigers in India. This special feature mainly pulls the attractions of viewers to this park. We have talked a lot about the particular national park, but yet an interesting part is still to be discussed. The Bandhavgarh National Park was previously home to white tigers and for that reason it was identified as White Tiger Territory as well. Hence, you can understand that here you will be able to explore a lot during your photo tour.


Leopard, Wild Dog and Wolf are other predators you may come across at Bandhavgarh National Park. Sloth Bear, Mongoose, Jackal, Hyena, Indian Fox, Palm Civet, Ratel and Jungle Cat are the lesser predators in the park. In fact, the park is home to more than 250 bird species. The Bonelli's Eagle, Northern Goshawks, Shahin Falcon and Eurasian Sparrowhawk are some of those.


The park has a variety of trees such as bamboo, sal etc.  Overall you can expect a nice environment here in the Bandhavgarh National Park.

Important Info of the Bandhavgarh National Park :

  • State of the national park: Madhya Pradesh

  • Area measurement of the national park : More than 1150 square kilometers

  • Vegetation of the national park : Tropical moist deciduous and sometimes dry

  • Water resources of the national park : Umrar and Son rivers

  • Altitude of the national park : 440 to 811 m

  • Monsoon in the national park : June to September

  • Summer in the national park : April to June

  • Winter in the national park : November to February

  • Temperature of the national park : 2°C to 40°C

  • Rainfall in the national park: 1175 mm

Contact Details

Corporate Office

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F-76, Basement, Sushant Lok-2, Near Hong Kong Bazaar,

Sector 57, Gurgaon 122011, Haryana, India

Branch Office

50 Todar Mal Road, Bengali Market
New Delhi 110001, India

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