Situated in remote forests of Central India a kingdom hitherto forgotten sprung back to life with the advent of peripatetic travelers, addicted explorers, and eccentric tiger lovers. But there is much more to this dense jungle of Sal trees, bamboo, and mixed assemblage of floral species. Amidst the ruins that date back two thousand years, the tiger roams free full of energy and vigor for it is experiencing a renaissance after the conservation efforts in India that assures the beleaguered animal flocks a promised existence for eternity.
Bandhavgarh is a panoramic tiger landscape that is bound to take you back into annals of written history with anecdotes dating back two thousand years. These were times whence remote in India was inaccessible yet privacy and security in turbulent times of internecine wars led rulers deeper into dense confines.