The destination is not only popular for spotting gaur, deer, wolf and hyena but also has statues and a fort. Known as the Bandhavgarh fort, it has 39 caves out of which the oldest dates back to 1st century.
Airports: Nearest airport is Jabalpur which is around 190 Kms from the Park
Railway Station: Nearest Railway station is Umaria which is around 30 kms from the park
|5 Star Deluxe||5 Star||4 Star||3 Star|
|Mahua Kothi||Tree House Hideaway||Kings Lodge||Windflower Resort|
|Samode Safari lodge||Tiger Den Resrot||Mogli Jungle Resorts|
|446 Sq Kms||1968||Madhya Pradesh|
India, known for its highest population of Tigers, is the land to lead you to the Tiger Trails. Across the country, government operates 47 Tiger Reserves as an initiative to protect this wonderful animal.
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