Bandhavgarh National Park and Tiger Reserve, set amongst the Vindhya Hills of Madhya Pradesh, was formed in 1968, with only 105 sq. km. of forest area that was once the private game reserve of the Maharajas of Rewa. In 1986 it was extended to include two large areas of Sal forests adjoining it on the northern and southern sides, taking its total area to 437 sq. km. In the North, a series of ridges are intercut by perennial streams and to the south gently undulating forest is interspersed with grazing areas.
Bandhavgarh is undoubtedly famous for its tigers but it has a wide range of other mammalian species inhabiting the park. Sambar (the largest deer of the Indian subcontinent), Chital or Spotted Deer (the major prey species of tigers leopards), Muntjac (popularly known as the Barking Deer) and the Chowsingha or Four-horned Antelope are seen in abundance. Nilgai or Blue Bull, which is the largest Asian antelope and Chinkara, the Indian gazelle, are sighted in the open grasslands.
Hotel info Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge
Address: Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge , Bandhavgarh – 484661 Hotel Description:
On the periphery of the acclaimed Bandhavgarh National Park, home to a rich variety of bird and animal life including the beleaguered tiger and a host of other endangered animals, is the Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge. At walking distance from the entry gate into the Park, it is obviously a logical choice for those coming to visit the wildlife park but the Lodge has its own pleasures to offer as well. Your Package Tour Price Includes:
Welcome drink on arrival
Your Package Tour Price Excludes:
Transfers and sightseeing.
Return Rail/Air fare
Any expenses of personal nature.
Any item which is not mentioned in inclusions.
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Rates are nett & Non Commissionable
Hotel rate may be change without prior notice
Hotel reservation subject to availability on the time of actual booking.
Booking can be cancelled & Amend 25 Days prior to check in, after that it will charge retention as per actual.
All taxes applicable
How to reach:
For the tourists who want to reach Bandhavgarh by air transport, for them there are two airports that are located in Khajuraho and Jabalpur. These two airports cater greatly to the aerial transportation and link the major cities of India through excellent network of airlines. By Rail
The nearest railhead for accessing Bandhavgarh by the rail transport is Katni which is located at a distance of 120 km on the south-eastern railways. By Road
Bandhavgarh is well – connected to the city of Jabalpur and world renowned tourist destination of Khajuraho by the road transport and can be easily accessed. Location
Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge is situated at village Bijaria, 2 km from Bandhavgarh National Park .The resort is at a distance of 240 km from Khajuraho and 35 kms from Umaria.