There are three core zones in Bandhavgarh – Tala, Khitauli and Magadhi. You may opt for jeep safari to explore the rich diversity of flora and fauna.
Even though you are visiting the premium zone, there are still 50-50 chances to spot tigers. So, you should focus also on other animals and biodiversity if you don’t want to miss out any interesting detail. Well, we assure you that most of our guests have never returned back without seeing a tiger.
Yes, your safari vehicles will be open-roof jeeps. So, you can get the full view of the jungle canopy.
We have itineraries for both short and long stays to guide you. However, we recommend at least 6 nights to increase your chances to spot a tiger, according to our own experience and our guests’ choices. Our guests come from different parts of India to spend at least a week here to explore the richness of biodiversity in the national park.
Don’t wear white or any bright colored cloth. Choose clothes with earthy tones like brown, beige, greens, and black. Also avoid body deodorant and strong perfumes as smell can distract their strong senses and they can move away. Bright colors attract insects.
Even though you are visiting during February or March, be sure to carry a light jacket because vehicles are open. Also carry a rain jacket because light showers may hit any time of the year.
All camera equipments are allowed. However, you have to pay a certain fee for DSLR or any documentary cameras. Drones are also prohibited inside the national park.
Yes, you can carry your smartphones but use them only for recording sounds and clicking photos. Keep your phones silent and also turn off shutter sound and flash. Sound playback is strictly prohibited to attract birds and animals.
Yes, it is highly recommended to carry powerful batteries like Duracell because you may not have power supply in remote areas.