Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the famous wildlife destinations of India, located at the Vindhya Hills of Umaria District in Madhya Pradesh. Spread across 1537 sq Km roughly, the national Park is the residence for almost 22 mammal species and 250 various kinds of bird species. The national park can be easily reached via road, rail and flight. It has an easy connectivity from Umaria and Katni railway Stations, as well as Jabalpur and Khajuraho Airports. Road trippers can also take the road route via Nagpur.
Named after the ancient fortress on the hillocks of Vindhya ranges in Umaria district, it is believed that this fortress was gifted by Lord Rama to his younger brother Lakshmana. The literal meaning of Bandhavgarh is brother’s fort, derived from the combination of two words ‘Bandhav’ means ‘Brother’ and “Garh’ means ‘Fort’.
Popularly known to be the home for tigers, Bandhavgarh National Park is the place of interest for several wildlife tourists. Jungle safari booking Bandhavgarh is hence primarily the main attraction for the travellers. Apart from tigers, the other animal species such as leopard, sloth bear, deer, jackal, chausingha, nilgai and many varieties can also be sited.
Bandhavgarh National Park is also popular for its thick flora. The huge periphery of the national park comprises plateau, hills, cliffs and meadows. It hosts a balanced concentration of sal vegetation, bamboo stretches and tall grasslands across the topography. Some of the additional floral species include Mango, Saj, Banyan, Babul, Amla, Jamun, Dhara Arjun and so on. Jungle safari online booking for Bandhavgarh is also a means to enjoy exciting safari travel plan.
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Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary
Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary is located under the two divisions- Nagpur Division (Bhiwapur and Kuhi Range) and Bhandara Division (Pauni Range), divided by Maru River. Located at a distance of hardly 58 Kilometers from Nagpur, it is one of the known Tiger reserves near Nagpur and it covers a total landscape of 180 sq km. The sanctuary is connected to famous Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve, which is located at a distance of at a distance of 40 km via Pauni Nilaj Road along the Waiganga River.
Jungle Safari Umred Karandla is a worthy expedition for the travellers because of its rich wildlife repository. The major jungle inmates are resident breeding tigers, wild dogs, herds of Gaur and also species nearing extinction like pangolins, flying squirrels and honey badger. While Small Indian Civet Cats, Blackbucks, Sloth Bears, Leopards, Wild Dogs, Ratels, Indian Foxes, Wolves, Jackals and Jungle Cats are other wild species available in abundance in this forest. Additionally, the reptilian species this sanctuary comprises are Indian Cobra, India Rock Python, Rat snake, Russel’s Viper etc. Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary also enthrals the enthusiast birdwatchers with 180 varieties.
This sprawling sanctuary hosts wide range of floral variety. Sixty percent of the woodland is covered by teak, along with other species including, Lendia, Tendu, Tiwas, Semal Mohuwa, Achar, Bhirra, Dhaoda and many more. The thick greenery boosts the beauty of the sanctuary. Moreover, the proximity to famous Pench Tiger reserve makes it a famous destination. In addition to jungle safari, the sanctuary also hosts several events near Nagpur. The sanctuary can be covered by an exciting plan for a day tour near Nagpur.
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Bor National Park
Located close to Hingani near Wardha river in Wardha district, Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is the sixth ‘Tiger Reserve’ of Maharashtra. It is approximately 65 Km away from Nagpur. It sprawls across 138 sq km area approximately, which includes the drainage basin of Bor Dam. Bor Tiger Reserve and some of the other connecting areas is remarkably getting included as the “Satellite core Area” under Pench Tiger Reserve.
With rich flora and fauna of Satpura-Maikal Landscape, Bor Tiger Reserve houses variety of wild inmates such as the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger, Indian leopard, barking deer, mouse deer, monkey, wild boar, sloth bear chital, sambar deer, Indian bison, blue bull, peacock, and many others. Jungle Safari booking Bor provides an opportunity of witnessing the actions of the variety of species.
Bor National Park hosts a variety of floral species such as Teak, Neem, Sandalwood, Bamboo Ain, Tendu (East Indian ebony) etc. Jungle safari online booking for this Tiger Reserve near Nagpur can be done easily. Apart from Jungle Safari, this wildlife sanctuary serves to be an ideal spot for a day tour near Nagpur assorted with several events!
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