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ONCE HOME TO THE ELUSIVE WHITE TIGER
Bandhavgarh National Park derives its name from an ancient fort situated in the area. It nestles in the Vindhya mountain ranges of Central India and has the highest density of tigers in the country. There are approximately 46 to 52 tigers that can be spotted here. The thick forests of Bandhavgarh national Forest sits in a bowl surrounded by cliffs and the densely wooded Vindhya mountain ranges. Its verdant plains and reed covered wetlands are home to Kingfishers and Egrets. Vultures also make the sheer cliffs their home. Once, the hunting reserve of the royal family of Rewa, Bandhavgarh was home to the elusive white tiger. However no white tigers have been reported from the wild in the last 50 years, and it is believed that less than a dozen have been seen in India in the last 100 years. Wandering through the Park on elephant back, the chances of spotting a tiger are quite good. Wild-life enthusiasts can also spot nilgai, chausingha, chinkara, wild boar, fox and jackals.