A DAY AT BAGH SARAI

Our days at Bandhavgarh begin in the early morning; we enter the park before sunrise using the Gori Gate or Tala Gate. Initially we will be looking for signs of Tiger movement, pugmarks and listening for the alarm calls of Langur monkeys, Chital and Sambar Deer. If the elephant teams have successfully tracked Tigers we will leave our jeep and venture deep into the forest by elephant, to gain fantastic close views of Tigers. Back in our jeeps we continue our game drive before returning to our lodge for breakfast. Time is now available to explore the lodge grounds or simply relax. After lunch we re-enter the park by jeep looking for wildlife and Tigers. Just before sunset predator activity increases and Tigers, Leopards and Sloth Bears may be spotted. Returning to our lodge there is time for a shower before dinner.

When the sunsets wandering Chital Deer, Wild Boar and Jackals, are attracted into the peaceful grounds and the well-established fruit trees attract many resident birds. While nearby the Indian Wolf and Wild Dog have been spotted. As we sip a pre-dinner drink, the evening chorus of the Mottled Wood Owl in the branches of the Sal trees and packs of communicating Jackals begins.

In-between game drives explore forest trails, which lead into thicker jungle and to traditional tribal villages. Anytime of your visit if you wish to visit to the village school can be organized just 2 minutes from our main gate. Please note needs to inform our staff well in advance and keep in mind that school closes on weekends and on vacations.

The secret for fantastic Tiger sightings is to visit the very best National Park, have the best local naturalist guides and allow plenty of time". Ann Brooks "The secret for fantastic Tiger sightings is to visit the very best National Park, have the best local naturalist guides and allow plenty of time".

A Day at Bagh Sarai