Bandhavgarh National Park
The smallest of Central India’s National Parks, Bhandavgarh is located in Madhya Pradesh and is open from October to June. With 105sq km of undulating forest, meadows and swamplands, its varied topography is home to a good population of Royal Bengal tigers, elephants, sloth bear and leopard, as well as deer, wild boar, antelope and bears.
Morning and afternoon jeep drives take you into the grasslands and forests in search of the park’s inhabitants, tracking the tiger’s pugmarks and looking for telltale signs, while the mighty Bhandavgarh Fort looks down imperiously, its impressive ruins forming a dramatic backdrop to the park’s natural beauty
Bandhavgarh National Park, Central India, India
Camouflaged in the trees these five private thatched treehouses with rustic charm put you at the center of nature and are located at the edge of Bandhavgarh National Park. A perfect base for Tiger spotting and wildlife watching.