Current Tiger Sightings In Bandhavgarh National Park
The Recent Tiger Sightings of Bandhavgarh is 95.07% for the first week of October i.e from 1st October to 6th October 2019. One of the tourists spotted the grand walk of Matkasur on the first day of Jungle safari in Bandhavgarh. Bandhavgarh Tiger sighting is one of the major highlights from Bandhavgarh National park. The park is famous as the land of tigers with 3 tiger sighting zones. Tala and Magadi recorded the most tiger sightings.
You can check the Current tiger sighting of Bandhavgarh here. The recent tiger sightings data is on the basis of weekly, monthly and yearly also. You can compare the sightings before any trip to Bandhavgarh.
Check out some famous tigers sighted recently in Bandhavgarh:
|RECENT TIGER SIGHTINGS|
Chakradhar male was spotted on 1st Oct 2019
|T-37 spotted in the Magadhi zone.|
|Spotty tigress also spotted in the Tala zone.|
|Matkasur was spotted doing the Royal Walk|
|Bamera tiger spotted.|
|Dotty cub spotted|
|Bamera’s son who is also known as T-37 was spotted.|
Here, I would also like to give you some wildlife experiences from tourists who have recently visited Bandhavgarh. This will help you to know more about the recent Bandhavgarh tiger sightings.
On 5th October 2019, tourist spotted Dotty (tigress) in the jungle:
I always do at least 2 Safaris, One at Morning & One at Evening. Morning safari has a higher chance of Tiger sighting compared to Evening. But If you want to sight Tigress with her cubs then go for the evening Safari & try to locate them near water holes. According to my experience, I would suggest tourists to visit Magadhi Gate (Zone 2) then TALA(Zone 1) then Khatauli(Zone 3). Although the Tala zone is Premium Zone, there are more chances to see the tiger in the Magadhi zone.
On 8th Oct, One of the tourist Sourabh spotted Kajri (tigress) at Tala Zone:
After wandering for some time & making several pit stops in the park we were returning to the main gate through a different route on the outer periphery of the Tala zone. One of the gypsy was coming from the other side signaled us to follow them as they saw one tigress coming down the hill. After waiting for 5-10 minutes we were able to see the stripes into the bushes and by that time the road was also jam-packed to see the tigress. We moved our gypsy forward and back multiple times to get the right spot if in case this tigress chose to cross the road and finally the tigress made the bold move amidst the huge human presence.
Below given is the recent tiger sighting data of Bandhavgarh Safari zones. Check the sightings before planning any jungle safari trip to Bandhavgarh National Park.
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