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 Durations : 3 Night / 4 Days

Bandhavgarh National Park and Tiger Reserve, set amongst the Vindhya Hills of Madhya Pradesh, was formed in 1968, with only 105 sq. km. of forest area that was once the private game reserve of the Maharajas of Rewa. In 1986 it was extended to include two large areas of Sal forests adjoining it on the northern and southern sides, taking its total area to 437 sq. km. In the North, a series of ridges are intercut by perennial streams and to the south gently undulating forest is interspersed with grazing areas. 

Bandhavgarh is undoubtedly famous for its tigers but it has a wide range of other mammalian species inhabiting the park. Sambar (the largest deer of the Indian subcontinent), Chital or Spotted Deer (the major prey species of tigers leopards), Muntjac (popularly known as the Barking Deer) and the Chowsingha or Four-horned Antelope are seen in abundance. Nilgai or Blue Bull, which is the largest Asian antelope and Chinkara, the Indian gazelle, are sighted in the open grasslands.

 
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Bandhavgarh National Park and Tiger Reserve, set amongst the Vindhya Hills of Madhya Pradesh, was formed in 1968, with only 105 sq. km. of forest area that was once the private game reserve of the Maharajas of Rewa. In 1986 it was extended to include two large areas of Sal forests adjoining it on the northern and southern sides, taking its total area to 437 sq. km. In the North, a series of ridges are intercut by perennial streams and to the south gently undulating forest is interspersed with grazing areas. 

Bandhavgarh is undoubtedly famous for its tigers but it has a wide range of other mammalian species inhabiting the park. Sambar (the largest deer of the Indian subcontinent), Chital or Spotted Deer (the major prey species of tigers leopards), Muntjac (popularly known as the Barking Deer) and the Chowsingha or Four-horned Antelope are seen in abundance. Nilgai or Blue Bull, which is the largest Asian antelope and Chinkara, the Indian gazelle, are sighted in the open grasslands.

 
 Package Inclusion
  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • All meals
  • Hotel Accommodation
  • All Taxes.
 
 Terms and Conditions
  • Advance Booking Fee
  • 45 or more days before departure : Rs 7500 per person
  • 44-35 days before departure : 50 percent of total amount
  • Less than 35 days before departure: 100 percent of the total amount.

If You Cancel Your Holiday:
You, or any member of your party, may cancel their travel arrangements at any time. Written notification or an e-mail to that effect from the person who made the booking must be received at our offices. The applicable cancellation charges are as per the published cancellation policy below.

Cancellation charges per person:
  • Prior to 45 days or more : Booking Fee
  • Between 44-31 days ahead of departure : 50 percent of tour cost.
  • Between 30-16 days of departure : 75 percent of tour cost.
  • 15 days to date of departure: 100 percent.
  • In case of no show or cancellation after the tour has commenced: 100 percent.
If We Change or Cancel Your Holiday:
  • We do plan the arrangements in advance. It is unlikely that we will have to make any changes to your travel arrangements. Occasionally, we may have to make changes and we reserve the right to do so at any time. If there are any changes, we will advise you of them at the earliest possible date. We also reserve the right in any circumstances to cancel your travel arrangements by assigning reasons to you.
  • If we are unable to provide the booked travel arrangements due to reasons beyond our control (for instance, bad weather):
  • we shall first try to offer you alternative dates for the tour if the tour hasn’t already commenced;
  • If the tour has already commenced, then we shall refund the booking price/fee charged from you on a pro-rata basis depending on portion of the tour standing utilized by you.
  • In all circumstances, however, our liability shall be limited refunding to you the price we charged as the tour fees.

Change Your Holiday Plan:
After confirmation of services, if you wish to change your travel arrangements in any way, for example your chosen departure date or accommodation, we will do our utmost to make these changes but it may not always be possible. Any request for changes to be made must be in writing from the person who made the booking. All cost incurred due to amendment will be borne by yourself.

If You Have a Complaint:
If you have a problem during your holiday, PLEASE INFORM THE RELEVANT SUPPLIER, (e.g. your hotelier, transporter etc.) and/or our representative IMMEDIATELY who will endeavor to put things right. If your complaint is not resolved locally, please follow this up within 28 days of your return home by writing to us, giving your booking reference and all other relevant information. However, please be advised that while we are happy to assist you in the redressal of your complaint, if any, we will be able to extend only our best efforts in managing/coordinating your complaint with the respective service provider. All third party service providers are independent contractors who at no time are under our control or supervision.

Our Liability to You:
We accept responsibility for ensuring that your travel arrangements, which you book with us, are supplied as represented and promised to you. If any parts of your travel arrangements are not provided as promised, due to the fault of our employees, agents, we will pay you appropriate compensation if this has affected the enjoyment of your travel arrangements. Our liability in all cases shall be limited to the costs of your travel arrangements.

We do not accept any responsibility for any third party services or service providers, like hotels, transport etc. For example, travel delays are the responsibility of the transporters and inefficient hospitality is the responsibility of the hotels.

We are only your tour operator and at no time do we act as managers for your respective responsibilities and personal obligations. We are therefore not responsible for your acts, misdemeanor, omissions and neither are we responsible for managing any of your personal affairs; for example, we are not responsible for ensuring the safety of your personal belongings, travel documents, etc. at any time before the commencement of the tour or after it or during the tour.

Holiday Insurance:
It will be your responsibility to purchase any sort of holiday insurance cover and we are not responsible for the same.

Exactness Not Guaranteed:
We cannot and do not guarantee the exactness of any service that may be provided to you. For instance, photographs of the interiors of the hotel rooms posted on our website have been sourced from the respective Hotel management, the visual appeal of a room selected by you cannot and is not guaranteed by us. Similarly, while we assure you of enjoyable holidays, we cannot and do not guarantee or represent that such tour will be as per your mental perception, imagination or thought about such tours.

General Important Notes:
Incase there is any change in price the same will be communicated to yourself and only after your confirmation, we will proceed further. There will be no reduction for un-utilized services.
Surcharges may be applicable over and above the holiday price for the requested period. The same will be advised at the time of booking or prior to confirmations. You need to make an advance payment at the time of confirming the tour and make the balance payment 35 days prior to the departure of the tour.

Forfeiture Of Deposits:
We shall be within our rights to forfeit the non- refundable interest free deposit paid by you. In the event you cancel the booking, or on failure on your part to adhere to the tour payment schedule as informed in the documentation Check List, or in the event the visa of any country is not granted or you are unable to travel on the tour booked due to any reason whatsoever, including medical ground or sickness, the non-refundable interest free deposits shall stand forfeited, and the scale of cancellation setout in the How To Book section of the brochure shall be applicable and binding.

Important Notes:
Please be advised that these are the sole and complete terms and conditions governing the tour operations, supplemented only by the User Agreement. No employees of our Company or our agents have the authority to amend, modify or change these conditions, and you are advised to rely on the terms "as is". Yatra reserves the right to change or modify these Terms and Conditions at any time without notice

 
 Remarks
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
 

Destination Information

ABOUT THE TERRITORY:
Madhya Pradesh is the second largest state by area and sixth largest state by population. It borders the states of Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan.
Madhya Pradesh has the largest population of Scheduled Tribes of all states and a high proportion of Scheduled Castes. Of the total 45 districts, 23 are predominantly tribal. The major tribes of Madhya Pradesh are Gonds, Bhils, Oraons, Korkens, and Kols. The state presents in all a varied matrix of tribal culture ranging from animists and fowlers to advanced cultivators and factory workers.
Away from the tribal stock of Madhya Pradesh the rest of the population consists of Hindu communities. They include Rajput landholders, traditional merchant classes and established agriculturists such as the Ahirs, the Khatis, the Kunbis, the Lodhis, the Malis and others. The industries and factories in the urban areas have drawn labour from all the classes. A small percentage of Parsis, Muslims and Jains also add to the racial mosaic of Madhya Pradesh.
By its geographical position, Madhya Pradesh has remained exposed to cultural influences. The central region of the state was directly under the Indo-Aryan culture. The Vindhyas sheltered primitive tribes since the early dawn of history. No communication was possible with the south from the north because their existence was an effective barrier until the Marathas entered Malwa and its nearby territories. On account of the sturdy barrier of these mountainous ranges, all the racial movements, incursion and migration, took place in central Madhya Pradesh, from the Gangetic plain, Rajasthan and Gujarat through the gap in one of its arms. Fertile lands of the state have drawn people from distant directions.
The interpenetration of the culture of the hills and the forests and the plains has been going on from time immemorial. It is only in the lower part of Madhya Pradesh that the Adivasis maintain their indigenous culture.
The socio economic condition of the people has improved considerably since independence. People have become conscious of their rights. The economy of the state has developed to a desired satisfaction. Social changes were bound to occur in the tribal section of the population of the state. Social welfare agencies made them aware of many things. There are instances of adapting traditional Hindu manners and ritualistic patterns by some of the Adivasis.

RELIGION:
In common with the rest of India, Madhya Pradesh is a predominantly Hindu majority state. Most places have a minority Muslim, Sikh and Christian populations. The tribal areas of Chattisgarh have been largely converted to Christianity, though some tribes still subscribe to a blend of old animist and Hindu/Christian beliefs. Bhopal has a large population of Muslims, as Muslim kings or Nawabs once ruled it.

A large segment – almost 40 percent - of Madhya Pradesh’s population is tribal. Its four agro-climatic zones have resulted in a most interesting mix of peoples and lifestyles.

There are three distinct tribal groups; the largest chunk being that of the Gonds, who once ruled most of the state and after whom Gondwana, the central portion of the state, is named. Western Madhya Pradesh is inhabited by the Bhils, a colorful group of warriors and hunters.

The eastern side of the state is dominated by the Oraons, most of whom have now converted to Christianity. Population is pretty sparse in the tribal areas as the terrain is hilly and difficult. This poses a big problem as far as communications, transport and medical facilities are concerned. Despite the efforts of the government benefits from development programs have been slow to accrue.

What is interesting, however, is that the tribals have managed to retain their ethnic identity, customs and rituals despite modernization – this is largely thanks to successive governments that have been extremely sensitive in their dealings with them.
Madhya Pradesh is home to some of India’s leading luminaries like the present prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, thespian Habib Tanvir, noted sarod player Amjad Ali Khan, the nightingale of India Lata Mangeshkar and the painter Maqbool Fida Hussain.

CULTURE:
Culture of Madhya Pradesh is vibrant and colorful. It has been carved out by the ample contributions of tribal communities. The state has the privilege of having the highest rank in tribal population and people of the tribal community occupy around one-third part of the region. All the tribal and non-tribal communities have their own socio-cultural space. Madhya Pradesh is the home of numerous tribes, which also has resulted in amalgamating their own tradition. Three distinct tribes namely Gond tribe, Bhil tribe and Oraon tribe influence the culture of Madhya Pradesh. These tribal groups have their distinctive languages, art forms and festivities. The tribal groups celebrate festivals like Bhagoriya, Madai, etc. Dances like Sela, Kaksar, Gaur and Karma, etc are some of the dance forms enjoyed by the tribes.

Music and Dance of Madhya Pradesh
Music of Madhya Pradesh is rich and vibrant encompassing the rich heritage of musicians. The culture of Madhya Pradesh, in true sense, is extensively recognised for its musical extravaganza and dancing rhythms. Folk songs, songs of Indian classical music genre are equally popular among music lovers. In Bastar, the Muria and Sing Maria tribes are well known for the songs namely relo. The region is also fructified by dhankul songs colligated with evoking Danteshwari, a goddess, and the `chait parah`. In Jagdalpur, leha songs are famous. These are ritual song sung during the departure from near and dear ones. During festivals, the swaying tunes of songs in accompaniment with bansuri, harmonium, chastise hearts both young and old.

The pilgrimages such as Ujjain, Amarkantak, Maheshwar, Madleshwar, Onkareshwar, and other places located in the bank of Narmada River are some of the most popular religious centres of the state. In a nutshell, Madhya Pradesh is a historically significant and a culturally rich state. Madhya Pradesh is a place highly acclaimed for its treasure of historical edifices and relics. Along with this, meandering rivers with its booties, rich flora and fauna have made the life in Madhya Pradesh easy and comfortable. This has thus initiated its people to devote ample time to undertake the task of preserving and also enriching their musical heritage, dance styles, festivals, arts and crafts-all the embodiments of culture of Madhya Pradesh attributed to Royal sagas and tribal tradition.

Culture of Madhya Pradesh is heavily influenced by indigenous traditions and customs of the tribes inhabiting a large portion of the state. Culture of Madhya Pradesh reflects the diverse art forms and traditions, which are practiced and celebrated in the state.

CLIMATE:
The climate of Madhya Pradesh plays an integral role in dividing the state into six distinctive parts. It would immensely help one to learn about the Madhya Pradesh climate before planning a pleasure trip to Madhya Pradesh. Indianholiday.com is your online e-travelogue that furnished usable inputs on the climate in Madhya Pradesh.
Madhya Pradesh enjoys a tropical climate. The summers are hot and humid and the winters are extremely pleasant. In fact the best time to visit Madhya Pradesh is between the months of November and February. The mercury shows a steady rise from the month of March with the mean maximum temperature hovering somewhere between 40-42.5 degree Celsius. May is possibly the hottest month. The moisture-laden clouds bring some rain and relief in June though.
The monsoon brings a substantial change in the weather of Madhya Pradesh. Beginning in the end of June and extending till the end of August, the monsoon brings succor to the parched land. Madhya Pradesh records the maximum rainfall from June to September. Some rainfall is also recorded during December and January due to the low-pressure build up. The end of monsoon announces the arrival of the winters. The mercury plummets sharply during the months of December and January. The average temperature can drop as low as -10 degree Celsius in northern Madhya Pradesh.
Based on the climate of Madhya Pradesh, the state can be clearly classified into six physical divisions, mainly the Northern Plain, The Hilly Region of the Vindhyas, The Narmada Valley, The Malwa Plateau, The Plains of Chhattisgarh and the mountainous region of Bastar. The Northern Plains experiences extreme climatic conditions. The Hilly Region of the Vindhyas enjoys far moderate weather and is the ideal locations to set up health resorts like the Amarkantak and Panchmarhi. The Malwa Plateau also enjoys an equable climate while the plains of Chhattisgarh experience a fairly hot climate. Winters are extremely cold though. The hot and humid climate of Bastar is attributed to the rains.

LANGUAGE:
The state of Madhya Pradesh has an array of races, tribes, castes and communities. People in the northern part of the state mostly belong to the Aryan race while several tribal groups occupy a large chunk of the southern and eastern portion of the state. No wonder, with such an ethnographic and cultural diversity, Madhya Pradesh, which is spread over 308,144 sq km, has emerged a state of many faces and a multitude of languages. Languages of Madhya Pradesh embodies an element of diversity, which is a characteristic of the state. Hindi is the official language of this state, and several dialects of Hindi, such as Bundelkhandi, Malwi, Bagheli, Avadhi and Chattisgarhi are in usage across Madhya Pradesh. English is also used in the official correspondences, and are spoken by the state's elite.
Urdu is spoken in Burhanpur, which is the former princely state of Sironj, also known as Tonk. Urdu is widely spoken in other areas like Kurwai and Bhopal too. In old Bhopal, a unique combination of Hindi-Urdu mix is being spoken, which sounds very polite to the ears. Besides Hindi and its various dialects, and Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi and Sindi are also spoken here, which reflects on the cosmopolitan composition of people in Madhya Pradesh. Besides these mainstream languages, Madhya Pradesh has several tribal languages too. Bhilodi or Bhili, Gondi and Kalto (Nahali) are the languages of various tribal groups.

CUISINE OF MADHYA PRADESH:
The people of Madhya Pradesh are enticed by sumptuous dishes, making the cuisine an integral element of the culture of Madhya Pradesh. The foods are mainly hot and spicy. It is interesting to note that within the same region people prefer variations in food meals. Cuisine in Madhya Pradesh has a small touch of Rajasthani and Gujrati cuisines. Previously, Jowar was the principal cereal here. But now, Wheat is the staple food of Madhya Pradesh. Wheat and mutton are favourites for north and west and people of south and eastern provinces enjoy fish and rice. A special type of wheat cakes, namely, Bafla is soused in rich ghee and then it is consumed with daal. Some people especially those residing in Gwalior and Indore has developed the taste for milk and milk-based cookeries. Bhopalites make dainty mutton and fish dishes. Rogan josh, korma, keema, biryani pilaf and kababs such as shami and seekh are delicacies and have become the trademarks of Madhya Pradesh cuisine. To beat the heat of sultry summers, the people of Madhya Pradesh savour voluptuously juicy fruits like melons, custard apples, papayas, guavas and bananas. Lassi is the favourite drink for the Madhya Pradesh natives. Madhya Pradesh is also well known for many sweet dishes like `mawa-bati`, `shreekhand`, `khoprapak`, and `malpua`. The cuisine of Madhya Pradesh is supposed to be the hottest and diverse of all in the Indian sub continent. The area of expertise of their cuisine here is the use of wheat and milk with assorted items. Here one will find dishes that are hard to find outside the state of Madhya Pradesh.

TOUR ATTRACTIONS:
Madhya Pradesh is a state located in the central part of India and is a remarkable combination of spellbinding history, scenic natural beauty and strategic urban planning. This state has diverse topographical features that range from undulating hill ranges to swift rivers. There are also several heritage sites having historical monuments revealing the rich past. Thus, there are many tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh dotted all over the towns and demand a visit by the tourists. The prominent tourist destinations of Madhya Pradesh are Bandhavgarh Park, Khajuraho, Kanha National Park, Karera Bird Sanctuary, Mandu, Orcha, Panchmarhi, Panna National Park, Sanchi, Shivpuri National Park, Ujjain and Chitrakut. Some areas that located there need to visit as if :
• KHAJURAHO
• SANCHI
• BANDHAVGARH NATIONAL PARK
• PANCHMARHI
• UJJANI
Rather than the above places there are some more attractions situated in the land, those are: GWALIOR, KANHA, PENCH TIGER RESERVE, ORCHHA, BHOPAL ( The capital of the state ) , AMARKANTAK , CHITRAKOOT etc.
Madhya Pradesh is a state steeped in history. As you visit the tourist places in Madhya Pradesh, you may feel like leafing through the pages of Indian history. Age-old past unfolds before you offering you enchanting glimpses to the chapters of glory and richness.

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Hotel: Mogli Jungle Resorts
Address: Village Bijharia,P.O. Tala Bandhavgarh National Park, District Umaria
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Mogli jungle resorts have charming cottages with their gently sloping tiled roofs are equipped with all modern amenities. The Majestic looking dining hall overlooks the historic fort of Bandhavgarh.

After the exciting Jungle safaris during day, you can browse through the collection of books at the well stocked Library or watch a Wildlife movie in the evening, or sit under the starlit sky around a roaring bonfire, as the throbbing beats of a tribal dance enthralls you whilst the delicious aroma of a dinner tempts you.

 
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