Bandhavgarh National Park is located around 195 km off Jabalpur and 210 km off Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh. Considered as the crown in the wildlife heritage of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers, cheetals, leopard, gaur, sambhar, and many more faunal species. Bandhavgarh National Park is nestled in the Vindhya mountain range of Central India full of hills and reverines. Though, very small in comparison to Kanha or other parks of Madhya Pradesh, the park hosts almost the same number of tigers or any other wildlife animal. Apart from tigers and leopards, Bandhavgarh is also extremely productive for medium-sized bison herds.
Bandhavgarh came into existence as a national park in 1968 with a core area of 105 sq. km, which was later extended to include two adjoining sal forests in 1986. Before becoming a national park, it was the game reserve of the Maharajas of Rewa. But due to loss of royal patronage, it remained neglected for a long time until the government declared it a national park to control rampant poaching in the area.
Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge is walking distance from the Park's main gate and is in periphery of the park. It has been developed on the theme of an Indian Village.
Discover a magical world set amongst the ancient Vindhyan Hills. Gentle forests surrounded by 32 Hills guarded by an ancient fort, teeming with wonderful species of Wildlife. Bandhavgarh-Nature's Treasure chest offers you a triple attraction of Wildlife, History and Culture. The resort is a short drive from the Bandhavgarh Park. It has 12 rooms that are replete with the modern amenities. From the resort you can see the Bandhavgarh fort.
Welcome to a new resort in the beautiful lush green, and tranquil surroundings of the land of the White Tiger-Bandhavgarh National Park. The Tiger Den resort was conceptualised, designed and now managed by professionals from the service industry.
Royal Tiger resort is the unique jungle resort with 5 star facilities. Spread in acres of land, the resort offers excellent landscaped natural surroundings with beautiful gardens of the Bandhavgarh.