A couple of days at Bandhavgarh almost guarantees you a tiger sighting in this relatively small park that boasts the highest density of tigers in India.
As well as the star attraction, there are also more than 40 leopards (although they are rarely seen) and more commonly sighted animals such as deer, wild boar and langur.
The park takes its name from an ancient fort perched on top of 800m-high cliffs. Its ramparts provide a home for vultures, blue rock thrushes and crag martins.
Bandhavgarh National Park is spread at vindhya hills in Madhya Pradesh the central part of India and is easily accessible through train and flight. The best time to make a visit to Bandhavgarh is during the months of October-June.
Since its one of the best and busiest safari park in India, you are advised to book your safari in advance.