Bandhavgarh National Park is the most visited and tremendously famed tiger palace in Madhya Pradesh located in the Vindhya Hills of Umaria district. The park is recognized as one of the major destination opted for the tiger project on the wage of continuing the essential tiger project in India. by spreading across an area of 105 sq km the name Bandhavgarh has been acquired from the most prominent hillock of the area, flourished with high biodiversity and since the area is filled with large density of tiger population, Bandhavgarh stands among the most regarded national park preferably for tiger tours which is being visited at the best season of 15th of October to till 30th of June.
HOW TO REACH
By Air : The nearest Airport for Bandhavgarh National Park is Jabalpur & Khajuraho. Jabalpur 200 Kms / 04 Hrs Drive & Khajuraho 250 Kms / 05 Hrs Drive from Bandhavgarh. The tourists will find regular flights for Jabalpur & Khajuraho from all major airports of India.
By Road : Bandhavgarh National Park is well connected from the nearby town & cities like Jabalpur, Satna, Umaria, Khajuraho etc.
By Train : The nearest railway stations for Bandhavgarh National Park are Umaria & Katni. Umaria is 35 Kms (45 Minutes drive) & Katni is 100 Kms (02 Hrs drive) from Bandhavgarh.
Kanha - Both Kanha and Pench National Park adjacent to Bandhavgarh are the ideal locations for Rudyard Kipling to craft his most talked, read and watched about novel (story), "The Jungle Book" where the protagonist of the story "Mowgli" still remains on the mind of every reader of this novel. About 255 kms away from Bandhavgarh, Kanha National Park is basically known for great visibility of Swamp Deer at the Maikal ranges of Satpura Forest.
Panna - located in the lower southern hills of Satpura ranges, the Panna National Park is best known as one of the major tiger reserves in India, stretching across an area of 542.67 sq km. it is also being famed as 22nd tiger reserve in India.
Pench - the densest area of Madhya Pradesh Jungle, Pench National Park has tremendous wild attractions around its vicinity to explore Gaur, Sambhar, Blue Bulls, Macaque, Langur, Wild Boar, Bear, Wild Dogs, Deer, Leopard, Tigers and Civets.
Khajuraho - Khajuraho, best known for the most famed UNESCO World Heritage site is an incredible group of temples located in Chattarpur, located 280 kms from Bandhavgarh. Known by temple town of Madhya Pradesh famed for erotic and sensual mudras & sculptures also highlights a group of medieval Hindu and Jain temples.
Jabalpur - one of the ancient cities in Madhya Pradesh located at the holy shores of Narmada, Jabalpur is just 95 kms away from Bandhagarh Reserve. It is widely kown for the marble rocks and is the perfect gateway to the important sanctuaries.