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Geography In Bandhavgarh

Bandhavgarh National Park resides on the extreme north eastern border of Madhya Pradesh and the northern edges of the Satpura mountain ranges. Due to the tropical monsoon climatic zone, the park has been characterized by well defined winters summers and rains and the sprouted weather definitely makes the whole environment more lush and unabridged.
The altitude of the reserve varies between 410 meters (1,345 ft) to 810 meters (2,657 ft) and being flourished with 32 hills with a large natural fort in the center of the park. The fort has magnanimous view sides with its cliffs of 2625 feet (800 meters) high, 1000 feet (300 meters) above the neighboring countryside. Prospering with high and thick Sal forests the entire jungle brings a blissful aroma to the surroundings. The upper slope of the reserve is filled with the mixed forest of Sai, Dhobin and Saja along with Sal.

Although the entire area covered by Bandhavgarh National park is 1161 sq km but the tourists are restricted to an area of 105 sq km of the park which can be called as the Tala Range. Richest in terms of biodiversity this area brings the great visiting of the tigers in the core zone. The core zone of the reserve is composed of four other zones namely- Magdhi, Kallwah, Khitauli and Panpatha.

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