Bandhavgarh in Madhya Pradesh is famous for its tigers. Also known as the country of Tigers, Bandhavgarh attracts a large number of tourists to its densely forested area, lush greenery, wilderness and variety of flora including the great gaur or Indian bison, sambar and barking deer. Tourism in Madhya Pradesh remains incomplete without a tour to Bandhavgarh in Shahdol district, which is marked by its rugged terrain, lofty hills of Vindhya range and cliffs enveloped in grave silence. The caves dotting the famous Bandhavgarh National Park spreading across nearly 450 square kilometers, can give you a shelter much away from the din and bustle of the mundane world.
While the hills kiss the valleys filled with rustle of Sal trees, you can spot the animals inside the park hiding away from human gaze.