Jungle Safari : Bandhavgarh

What you will see

Bandhavgarh National park was the former hunting reserve of the Maharaja of Rewa. White Tigers, now a major attraction around the world's zoos, were first discovered in Rewa, not far from here. Generally the forests are less dense here, with less undergrowth than in North India, thus offering better sightings of wildlife, notably mammals, including the daylight sightings of tigers in the grassy 'maidans'.

The National park is dominated by the ancient Bandhavgarh Fort, located on a plateau and reached after a steep climb. The fort is now in ruins, its monuments shelter for wildlife such as Black Bucks’

Important Note

The above fees include the entire transportation (Sleeper class train journey and AC transfers from Katni to Bandhavgarh and back) from Pune to Pune, common AC accommodation and vegetarian meals at Bandhavgarh. The fees however do not include the meal charges from Pune to Bandhavgarh and back, mineral water and any other expenses of personal nature. An important meeting of all the participants will be organized in Pune where all the do’s and don’ts will be discussed at length. Attendance for this meeting is compulsory.