Kanha national park is one of those Most popular national park that is situated in the Umaria district that is around 197 km from north east of Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. Bandhavgarh has been announced as the federal in 1968 with a mean area of 105 sq. Km. It is spread over the wood’s division of Umaria and Katni which totals around 437 sq km. The park is getting the most significant biodiversity among all of the parks of the nation.
White Tigers of Bandhavgarh
Badhavgarh is a home to the Highest density of tigers known on the planet. The woods of Badhavgarh would be the white tiger jungles of the yesteryears. But there was no white tigers which were reported in last 50 years and is considered under a dozen in India in about hundred years. Once a hunting reserve of the royal family of Rewa in more recent times, Bandhavgarh was declared as the national park in 1968. Additionally, this is a website for the famous White Tigers of Rewa. Additionally, there are certain species such as Elephant Black, which can be observed in the Park. Other crazy attractions of the Park are Nilgai, Chausingha, Chital, Chinkara, Wild Boar, and occasionally Fox or Jackal.
Fauna in Bandhavgarh:
The vegetation Together with the Birds at the kanha national park is abundant. The commoners are small grebe, egret, lesser adjutant sarus crane, black ibis, black vulture, red jungle fowl, dove, kingfishers, and Indian rollers. Reptilian Fauna includes Cobra, Krait, Viper, Rat-Snake, Python, Turtle and a number of lizard variety which includes Varanus. Air: For a Tourist who would like to stop by Bandhavgarh by Air transportation the closest airport is Khajuraho and Jabalpur. Both of these airports are connected excellently with all the key cities of the nation. The Nearest railhead for obtaining the Bandhavgarh by railroad transport is Katni that is situated at the distance of 120 Km.