Destination: Central India

The Central Indian landscape is adorned with Vindhya, Satpura, Aravalli, Maikal and Ajanta mountain ranges that ensconce amazing flora and fauna species biodiversity within the several Wildlife Sanctuaries and Tiger Reserves. Without a doubt, one of the most exciting Tiger Reserves in Central India is the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve. The landscape within this park is beautifully dominated by bamboo and teak. Situated in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra, TATR is home to diverse mammal, reptiles, birds and plant species. Another popular tiger destination in Central India is the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve whose allure is amplified by the remnants of history that bejewels the park such as the Shesh Shaiya, a giant, arresting statue of Vishnu from the 10th century A.D., that lies reclined at the base of the legendary Bandhavgarh Fort. Walk or trek in the Satpura hills and lake shoreline, spot a famous tigress and her cubs in Pench or enjoy the varied scenic beauty of Panna and marvel at its restoration.

Kanha Tiger Reserve is another spectacle that passes off as one the best-managed wildlife reserves in the country. Here populations of handsome and threatened raptors such as the long-billed vulture can be sighted and the world’s only population of barasingha call Kanha its home.

CENTRAL INDIA

Discover Parks & Sanctuaries In Central India

Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

Bandhavgarh is set amongst the Vindya Hills of Madhya Pradesh and consists of...

Kanha Tiger Reserve

Kanha is considered by some as the India’s greatest park, an excellent habitat...

Panna Tiger Reserve

Originally a hunting reserve, owned by the Maharaja of Panna, the boundary of...

Pench Tiger Reserve

Since 1992 Pench has been included under the umbrella of Project Tiger as the...

Satpura Tiger Reserve

Satpura National Park is one of India’s finest Tiger reserves, and was the...

Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary

This small wildlife sanctuary covering an area of 245 sq km in the Mahasamund...

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