The Bandhavgarh National Park, which is located in Shahdol and Jabalpur districts of Madhya Pradesh, falls in the heart of the Vindhya Mountain Range and the eastern flank of Satpura Hill Range in Central India. It is a small and compact National Park, which is named after the highest hill Bandhavgarh (807 m) in the centre of it.
The Bandhavgarh National Park is the original home of all the white tigers alive today. Bandhavgarh was the hunting preserve of the Maharajas of Rewa. The density of the tiger population at Bandhavgarh is the highest known in India.
A chain of smaller hills, forming a number of valleys and spurs interspersed with low lying areas. The Sal & bamboo covers plain tract and degenerates in growth and quality as it ascends the hill slopes, further giving place to mixed forest on upper slopes, mainly due to edaphic factors.
State: Madhya Pradesh
Area: 446 square kilometres (172 sq mi)
Language: Hindi, English
Clothes: Summer: Cotton Winter: Light Woollens
Best Season: The best time to visit Bandhavgarh National Park is between November and March
How to reach
By Air: The nearest airport is at Jabalpur which is 164 kms away.
By Rail: The nearest railway stations are Jabalpur(164 km), Katni(102) and satna(120 km)
By Road: State transport buses ply between Katni and Umaria and from Satna and Rewa to Tala (Bandhavgarh). Taxis are available at Satna, Jabalpur,Katni, Umaria, Bilaspur and Khajuraho.