Bandhavgarh National Park Adventure Tours
Bandhavgarh National Park is a park in India. The park is known for being a good viewing spot for tigers, as well as leopard and other animals. The area was originally developed as a game preserve for the Maharajas prior to becoming a national park in 1968.
This area is known for the rare white tiger. In 1951 the Maharaja of Rewa captured a wild white tiger and successfully bred white tigers in captivity. The last credible siting of a white tiger in the wild happened in the late 1950s.