The best season, packing tips and stay options—a quick guide to plotting a wildlife vacation in Madhya Pradesh’s national parks.
Bandhavgarh National Park is ideal for tiger watching, bird watching and exploring grasslands filled with the wild and spots of heritage.
Grasslands can be groovy too. | By Neha Dara
And how walking safaris are a wondrous experience. | By Kareena Gianani
Plus, bonfire evenings and bath time with Tara, the resident elephant. | By Neha Dara.
Earthy comforts in the wilderness of Madhya Pradesh. | By Neelima Vallangi
Only 2km from the gates to Panna Tiger Reserve, Sarai at Toria celebrates Bundelkhand’s forest treasures. | By Annie M. Mathews
Intimate encounters in Madhya Pradesh’s lesser-known reserve. By Shikha Tripathi
Swapping tiger tales over cocktails under the night sky. | By Anjana