According to a saying you really have to be unlucky not to see a tiger in Bandhavgarh Park. Bandhavgarh national Park is known as Asia's largest tiger reserve. Just imagine slowly loitering in an open gypsy along a dense forest and suddenly feel the adrenaline running high by watching the tiger attacking its prey. Such a breathtaking scene which you can see only at Bandhavgarh National Park. Bandhavgarh is not only famous for its Tiger sighting but also the natural and archaeological splendors create an unimaginable aura for a visitor.
Though Bandhavgarh Park is relatively small by area but it is home to the pride of Indian wildlife- Royal Bengal Tiger. Situated very interestingly among Vindhya hills,Bandhavgarh contains a wide variety of habitats. This place with tall Sal tress and natural vegetation is home for 150 bird species, of which bee-eaters, hornbill, vultures, parakeets etc. are common to be seen. In Bandhavgarh National Park you can take safari ride or Elephant safari. You can also opt for Your own Four wheeler but be careful
about bumpy rides and car should be a petrol engine as diesel engine is not allowed inside the park Another place which is worth visiting is Bandhavgarh Fort. This belongs to Maharaja of Rewa and prior permission is requires to visit the place which is a formality. You can go there by Jeep or by footpath. Both have to follow the steep path. There is a big grassland and while walking you can find many statues and temples. It is advisable to take a guide along with you for information as well as safety.
Best time to visit Bandhavgarh is March- June when the hot climatic pressure lead tigers and its prey loiter in search of water holes and running streams. To discover this wonderland of Royal Bengal Tigers, just pack your bags, take a camera and be ready for a roller coaster ride of Bandhavgarh.