See tigers in the wilderness of Bandhavgarh. Here's how

Feb 17, 2017, 11:49 IST | mid-day online correspondent

Once the abode of maharajas, Bandhavgarh is royalty at its best. One of the best national park's in the country to see a tiger, very few have returned disappointed from this place without a sighting

Once the abode of maharajas, Bandhavgarh is royalty at its best. One of the best national park's in the country to see a tiger, very few have returned disappointed from this place without a sighting.

Besides Tiger, the Park is also home to other mammals like Four-horned Antelope (Chousingha), Sambar, Barking Deer, Leopard, Gaur, Indian Wild Dog (Dhole). A variety of birds like Black-naped Monarch, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Crested Hawk-eagle, Red-headed Vulture, Mottled Wood-owl and Painted Sandgrouse can be seen here.

Dates:
Batch I: 3rd–6th June 2017
Batch II: 8th–11th June 2017 (On demand)
Camp Charges: Rs. 26,500/- members and Rs. 28,000/- non-members
Accommodation: Twin sharing basis.
Reporting: Pick up at Katni railway station at 10:40 a.m. on day one. Drop off at Katni railway station at 1:00 p.m. on the last day.
How to get there: Train - Mumbai-Katni:Kamayani exp (11071) arrives in Katni at 10:00 a.m.Katni-Mumbai:Many trains are available, HWH Mumbai Mail (12321) arrives in Katni at 04:20 p.m. Flight - Closest airport to Katni is Jabalpur about 64 km away. Cost includes: Accommodation, food, transfers to/from Katni, Safari charges and entry to the Park.

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