Bandhavgarh National Park

The search for the graceful and seductive King of the jungle ends here, deep into the jungle territory amid the Vindhya and Satpura mountain ranges of Madhya Pradesh. With a thick cover of long linear grasslands and Sal forest along with dense bamboo thickets, rich of flora the 450sq. km this Tiger Reserve boast of highest density of tigers in the world. A mix of rocky hills and dense green valleys along with deciduous forest and woodlands along with serene waterholes.

Once private hunting grounds for the Maharajas of Rewa it was home to the most exclusively beautiful animal The White Tigers, Maharaja Raman Singh with a selection of exotic Animals – Leaopard, sambhar, chital (spotted deer),fox, sloth bear, jackal, wild pigs, gaur (Indian Bison) and chinkara, hyena, jackal, offering incredible Jungle Safaris in its natural habitat at the grounds of State of Rewa.

The extraodinary 2000 yrs old bandhavgarh fort lost in the mist of times was rich in statues, sculpture art and rock cut rooms along with its water reservoirs. dominating the park and a huge monolithic statues dating back to 10th century of Lord vishnu known as seshshai.

Discover the wildlife twice or more on the Game Drives to experience the species within their environment is intoxicating, as its only a matter of luck, therefore to increase the chances of Sightings and to know about the rich Indian Jungles. The sound of birds chirping build an acoustic experience while searching for the copper coat. Birds like the Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Indian Grey Hornbill, Common Rosefinch, Black Naped Monarch, Cotton Pygmy-goose, Common Teal, Yellow-crowned Woodpecker, Red-crested Pochard, Ruddy Shelduck are among the 300 species which can be found at Bandhavgarh National Park.

Bandhavgarh is open from 15th October to 30th june and remains closed during the mating time of the Tigers in the monsoon season. There are game drives twice a day depending on the sun rise and sun set in morning from 6:00am to 10:00am and in evening from 2:00pm – 7 :00pm.