Welcome to Bandhavgarh.

The Untamed Bandhavgarh

Experience a sophisticated canvas-top safari in the heart of Bandhavgarh.

Thick bamboo groves flourish as rivulets rush through the park, making Bandhavgarh one of the prettiest forests in India. The camp is located close to the village of Tala. With just a handful of traditionally designed mud dwellings, this village marks the lowest lying area of the park.

There are about 20 families who inhabit the village, which is widely known for its bamboo craftsmanship and weaving.

Bandhavgarh is also a key tiger habitat in the jungles of Central India.

The Untamed Bandhavgarh

Experience a sophisticated canvas-top safari in the heart of Bandhavgarh.

Thick bamboo groves flourish as rivulets rush through the park, making Bandhavgarh one of the prettiest forests in India. The camp is located close to the village of Tala. With just a handful of traditionally designed mud dwellings, this village marks the lowest lying area of the park.

There are about 20 families who inhabit the village, which is widely known for its bamboo craftsmanship and weaving.

Bandhavgarh is also a key tiger habitat in the jungles of Central India.

Located in the midst of the Vindhya range, the park is surrounded by steep cliffs and rocky hill slopes. From felines to wild dogs, herds of wild elephants, black-faced langur, Sambhar, barking deer, Barasingha (swamp deer), and the Gaur (Indian Bison) are just a few of the animals that you’re likely to observe in their natural habitat.

The park is named for Bandhavgarh Hill which towers over it, and an ancient fortress which lies at its peak. Bandhav means brother and Garh means fort. According to an ancient legend, Lord ‘Rama’ gifted this fort to his brother ‘Lakshman’, for the pivotal role that Lakshman played in the battle of Lanka.

Tala, Magadhi and Khitauli are the core zones and Dhamokar, Johila and Panpatha are the buffer zones. The Panpatha buffer zone in particular, is perfect for bicycling with one of our expert naturalists. It’s a beautiful tract of wilderness, full of flora and fauna. Enjoy a thrilling game drive into the jungle, nature walks with our naturalists in the buffer zones, spectacular birding trails, and learn all about some of India’s key wildlife conservation initiatives like Project Tiger.

Ardent wildlife enthusiasts can opt to go on a night safari game drive in Panpatha, or if you want to soak up the natural beauty of the environs we suggest a special dinner in a machaan, a traditional jungle lookout, with views of the tree canopy and the forest floor.

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