Central India is commonly regarded as the heart of the country and emerges as a hub of wildlife destination in India, offer wide range of flora and fauna for the exploration. Some of the popular mountain ranges for instance Vindhya mountain range, Satpura and Aravalli mountain range are situated in the amidst of the central Indian wildlife sanctuaries which make it an ideal location for the safari travelers. It is the home for 15 famous national parks and 35 wild sanctuaries in India; some of them are described below.
Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary- Bandhawgarh wildlife sanctuary is located at centre of India with an area of 105sq .km and buffering zone of 407 sq. km. It is declared as National park in 1968. This wildlife sanctuary derived its name from ancient fort, situated inside the forest. It belongs to the Vindhaya mountain range and boasts of have higher density of tiger population in India. This is also the country of white Tiger and had been found in the old states of Rewa for many years. The last known white tiger was captured by Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa in 1951.
The Bandhavgarh jungle safari provides you an exquisite opportunity to explore the fauna of the park which includes tigers, Elephant, leopard, ambar, Chital, Nilgai, Gazelles, Boars, Mongoose and Indian Hare, reptiles, snake and Crocodiles.
Kanha National Park- it is considered as one of the largest tiger reserve in India, situated in the Mandla district if Madhya Pradesh. It is notable for its exceptional natural beauty and uniqueness and diverse natural vegetation. Inspired by the enchanting natural beauty of the jungle, the famous scholar Rudyard Kipling has written his all time classic the Jungle book. Just like its Cousin Brother Bandhawgarh national park, it is notable for Indian jungle jewel, Tiger and Swamp deer. According to the recent data, the park boasts off more than 70 tigers and watch them hunting or sleeping in the shade, is really an unforgettable moment in one's life.
Panna National Park- It is one of the most visited parks in central India, located around Chhattarpur in Madhya Pradesh, 57 km away from Khajuraho, the city of erotic sculpture. The park covers an area of 543 sq. km. and an ideal home for some of the best species of wildlife in India. Situated around Vindhyachal hills, the city is also famous for diamond industry. The park is notable worldwide for its wild cats that include tiger and deer as well as antelope.