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Alfa Jungle Retreat Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park Bandhavgarh National park is one of the most famous national parks in India. It is far from civilization and located in the Vindhya Hills of the Umaria district in Madhya Pradesh. It is situated at 197 Km north-east of Jabalpur. It covers the area of 450 Sq Km, core area being 105 Sq Km. In 1968, the jungles of Bandhavgarh was declared as a national Park.                                   The name Bandhavgarh has been derived from an ancient fort in a hillock in the Vindhyan ranges of Umaria. It is believed that the fort was given as a gift by Lord Rama to his brother Lakshmana. “Bandhav” means brother and “Garh” means fort. Hence the name, Bandhavgarh. Bandhavgarh Hill is the highest hill among 32 hills with an altitude of 807m. Bandhavgarh National Park is a land of tigers. It is home to the highest number of Royal Bengal tigers found in the world. Something to feel proud of, isn't' it? There are around 48 to 55 tigers in this park. You can easil

A Class in Our Jungle Retreat

!! FOREST - YOUR NEW CLASSROOM FOR A DAY !! Thank you for interest in  Alfa Jungle Retreat  [Alfa Tours & Travels]  for your upcoming wildlife trip! We offer a unique combination of indoor and outdoor activities for your students. You are welcome to bring your students for a self-guided field wildlife trip and explore our indoor and outdoor exhibits and walking trails through the wooded, prairie and wetland habitats on your own. Want to provide a more in-depth learning opportunity for your students? Select a live animal presentation, guided trail, or a one or two hour field investigation or a combination of programs that will support, expand and enhance what you are already doing in your classroom.  These programs focus on raising awareness of human-wildlife interactions and how we can make decisions to help prevent wildlife from needing lifelong sanctuary. ANIMAL CARE : These programs discuss individual animal needs and the importance of maintaining the overall