Bandhavgarh National Park is a top favourite destination for tiger spotting and photography. The jungle has one of the healthiest, most visible populations of tigers in the world. The park is teeming with mammalslike leopard, wild dogs, jackals, jungle cat, fox , hyena and Indian wolf to name a few. The herbivore population consists of Blue bulls, Gaur, spotted deer, barking deer, sambar and the shy four horned antelope. The most prominent omnivores of the forest are Wild Pigs and Sloth bears with their shaggy black coat and a white ‘V’ mark on the chest. Of course, no safari in the Indian jungles is complete without observing the antics of the nimble Grey Langur monkeys and the red faced Rhesus Macaques. The combination of various habitats means Bandhavgarh has a wide variety of birds. Supporting over 250 bird species, bird watching is a delight here. The Malabar pied hornbill, Emerald dove, golden Oriole and the very colourful Peafowl and Red jungle fowl are a few that are spotted year round. The park resounds to the calls of the Common Hawk Cuckoo and the Indian cuckoo heralding the onset of summer.