Tiger in Madhya Pradesh

Central India

Popularly known as the Heart of India, Madhya Pradesh and neighbouring Chhattisgarh, are located in the centre of India. From magnifi cent forts and wildlife sanctuaries to a rich cultural presence of ancient temples and an array of beautiful natural landscapes; these states have it all. Explore the fantastic national parks of Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench and Panna – all extraordinary wildlife havens that off er incredible jungle safaris where you can encounter healthy populations of tiger as well as numerous mammal, reptile, and amphibian species and an abundance of bird species. Travel to the depths of rural Madhya Pradesh to explore the World Heritage Sites of Khajuraho the great Buddhist centre of Sanchi, and the forts of Gwailor and Mandu.

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