Bandhavgarh, in the heart of India, has one of the highest density tiger populations in the country. Once the hunting preserve of the maharajas of Rewa, the reserve’s open terrain features large grassland meadows that offer good chances of tiger sightings. The park is home to a variety of other mammals, including leopards, Indian bison, hyenas and wild dogs. It is estimated that 150 bird species can be found here, including the migratory steppe eagle that arrives in winter.
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