From soaring snow mountains of the far north to
the steamy sun-washed beaches, India’s dramtic terrain
is breathtaking. Along with abundant natural beauties,
exquisitely carved temples rise majestically out of pancakeflat
deserts and old fotresses peer over plunging ravines.
Aficionados of the great outdoors can scout for big jungle
cats on wildlife safaris, paddle in the shimmering waters of
one of many beautiful beaches, take blood pumping treks
high in the Himalaya, or simply inhale pine-scented air on
meditative forest walks.
Bandhavgarh boasts a staggering variety of trees and foliage, with almost half the park’s area covered with fine trees. The top of the hills are carpeted with mixed forests, while beautiful stretches of bamboo and grasslands spread across the north. Bandhavgarh is known across the world for its dense big cat population. But there’s much more to see besides the tigers and leopards. Chital (spotted deer), sambar deer, dhole, nilgai, wild boar, chinkara, sloth bear, rhesus macaque, black faced langur, jungle cat, hyena, porcupine, jackal, fox and wild dog also inhabit these forests.
Situated near Khajuraho (230 km) and Jabalpur (190 km), as well as Kanha tiger reserve (230 km).
Fly into Khajuraho or Jabalpur.
Drive from Jabalpur (approx. 4 hrs) & from Khajuraho (approx. 6 hrs).
Best time to visit
Tropical weather with hot and humid days during summer (April – June). Heavy rainfall during the monsoon season (mid June – September). Lodges are not operational between 1st July – 15th October, as the national parks are closed due to
monsoons. Recommended time to travel is October – November when game viewing is at its best.