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A ways off of 18 km from Tala Bus Stop, Dhamokhar Buffer territory is an augmentation of the Maghadhi Core zone of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. This cradle zone is entered from Parasi Village.


Three support zones were added to the Bandhavgarh National Park in 2015, with the point of lessening the travel industry in the center zones and giving a chance to individuals who can't bear to visit the center zones to encounter the recreation center. The buffer zones are spread over Umaria and Katni areas. Dhamokhar zone is one of them.


The forest and the halfway fields of Dhamokhar Zone are renowned for Leopard and Sloth bear sightings. The entry point of Dhamokharbuffer zone is Parasi and the route for this region begins from Parasi to Badawar and it covers Jamunia, Jhaanjh, Mudgudi, Kehrawah, Kadewaha, Kudarmada, Sahu, Taal, Sehimaada, Madehavah, Kalwahdhaar and Badawar. Additionally, the territory of Dhamokhar is thickly populated with Deer, Sambar, Chital, wild pig and is home to copious types of the feathered creatures.


Opens consistently, Dhamokhar Zone can be investigated by Jeep safaris. There are two shifts in a day, one beginning in the morning and the other late toward the evening. Most extreme 20 jeeps are permitted on both the shifts each day, yet it is shut for sightseers on each Wednesday evening and on Holi. The Jungle Safari is done uniquely with vehicles enrolled with the forest administration as private vehicles are not permitted inside the park. Every jeep can take up to 6 explorers other than driver and one guide. The safari entry and exit timings change as indicated by the season.


It is prescribed to book safaris right on time (as long as 120 days ahead of time) on the grounds that the quantity of safaris in each zone is constrained at once. Safari tickets are non-transferable. Guests need to convey ID verification. The main distinguishing proof confirmation that is acknowledged for outsiders is the Passport number with nationality. For Indian nationals any photograph distinguishing proof verification that is given by Government of India.

A good ways off of 23 km from Tala Bus Stop, Panpatha Zone is one of the buffer zones of Bandhavgarh National Park. Abutting Khitauli zone, Panpatha zone is entered from Pachpedivillage.


Three buffer zones were added to the Bandhavgarh National Park in 2015, with the point of lessening the travel industry in the core zones and giving a chance to individuals who can't bear to visit the core zones to encounter the park. The buffer zones are spread over Umaria and Katni areas. Panpatha zone is one of them while the other two are Dhamokhar and Johila.


Panpatha Zone is known for its beautiful forest. In spite of the fact that the odds of detecting a tiger are exceptionally thin around there, you could without much of a stretch recognize some deer touching on the sides, particularly promptly in the first part of the day. Additionally, one can spot dhole (wild canine) around there. The passage purpose of Panpatha support zone is at Pachpedi town and the course for this zone begins from Pachpedi and finishes at Khitauli.


Opens consistently, Panpatha Zone can be investigated by Jeep safaris. There are two shifts in a day, one beginning in the morning and the other late toward the evening. Most extreme 20 jeeps are permitted on both the shifts each day, yet it is shut for sightseers on each Wednesday evening and on Holi. The Jungle Safari is done uniquely with vehicles enrolled with the forest administration as private vehicles are not permitted inside the park. Every jeep can take up to 6 explorers other than driver and one guide. The safari entry and exit timings change as indicated by the season.


It is prescribed to book safaris right on time (as long as 120 days ahead of time) on the grounds that the quantity of safaris in each zone is constrained at once. Safari tickets are non-transferable. Guests need to convey ID verification. The main distinguishing proof confirmation that is acknowledged for outsiders is the Passport number with nationality. For Indian nationals any photograph distinguishing proof verification that is given by Government of India.

A ways off of 40 km from Tala Bus Stop, Johila Zone is one of the cushion zones of Bandhavgarh National Park. Imparting the limit to Core zone of Tala, the passage to this zone is from Chechpurvillage.


Three support zones were added to the Bandhavgarh National Park in 2015, with the point of diminishing the travel industry in the center zones and giving a chance to individuals who can't bear to visit the core zones to visit the park. The buffer zones are spread over Umaria and Katni locale. Panpatha zone is one of them while the other two are Dhamokhar and Johila.


Johila Zone gloats of thick forest spread, stream, rivulets, cascades, and common beautiful spots, and so forth., which has an extraordinary potential for pulling in visitors. The two waterfalls specifically Johila Falls and Kuthulia Falls in this zone helps in keeping up the water level of the forest during the summers and furthermore deals with the thirst of natural life. This is birdwatchers heaven, nearness of transient and private feathered creatures are seen all-round the year because of the accessibility of the water and the vegetation of the forest. The route for this territory begins from Chechpur and closures at Gajwahi.


Opens throughout the year, Johila Zone can be visited by Jeep safaris. There are two shifts in a day, one beginning in the morning and the other late toward the evening. Most extreme 20 jeeps are permitted on both the shifts each day, yet it is shut for sightseers on each Wednesday evening and on Holi. The Jungle Safari is done uniquely with vehicles enrolled with the forest administration as private vehicles are not permitted inside the park. Every jeep can take up to 6 explorers other than driver and one guide. The safari entry and exit timings change as indicated by the season.


It is prescribed to book safaris right on time (as long as 120 days ahead of time) on the grounds that the quantity of safaris in each zone is constrained at once. Safari tickets are non-transferable. Guests need to convey ID verification. The main distinguishing proof confirmation that is acknowledged for outsiders is the Passport number with nationality. For Indian nationals any photograph distinguishing proof verification that is given by Government of India.

Safari Timings
Period Morning Safari Afternoon Safari
01 Oct - 30 Dec 06:00 - 10:00 Hrs 14:30 - 17:30 Hrs
01 Dec - 28 Jan 06:30 - 10:30 Hrs 14:30 - 17:30 Hrs
01 Feb - 31 Mar 06:30 - 10:30 Hrs 15:00 - 19:00 Hrs
01 Apr - 30 June 06:30 - 10:30 Hrs 16:00 - 19:00 Hrs
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Activities in Bandhav Garh

cycling
cycling trails
walking
walking trails and village visits
baiga-music
dance to the local flavours of baiga music
tree-house
tree house hideaway
team
management team

Animals Found in Bandhavgarh

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Tiger
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The Jungle Book Trails
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Five Tiger Reserve Tour
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Classic Tiger Trails
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Kanha - Pench
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Panna - Bandhavgarh
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Bandhavgarh - Satpura
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Pench - Satpura
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A Message to Visitors


Bandhavgarh National Park

Visitors have to book a Safari in advance to avoid disappointment, Online Booking is Compulsory, Always keep your ID proof ready with you as you will need to show it for verification purposes at the entry gate.

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