Bandhavgarh National Park is an important destination in India for wildlife tourism. This national park is located in Madhya Pradesh and is best known for the tiger population.
Bandhavgarh Fort, now in ruins, is another major attraction of this park.
Some natural and man-made caves are also there in the park.
A tigress from this national park became the cover story of National Geographic magazine.
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Kaziranga National Park is famous for having about two-third of the world’s population of one-horned rhinoceroses. It is located in the Assam state of India and is one of the most wildlife rich national parks in India.
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The wildlife of Kanha National Park where Bengal tigers dominate the forests.
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