Bandhavgarh National Park is situated in District Umaria of Madhya Pradesh (Central India). Bandhavgarh forest was officially declared a National Park in 1968 and subsequently a Tiger Reserve under “Project Tiger” in 1994. Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve now spreads over 639 Sq. Km.
Earlier it was the hunting preserve (Shikargah) of the rulers of Rewa. The Royal Family retained the hunting rights in Bandhavgarh till 1968. However special conservation measures taken thereafter have ensured it to remain a perfect habitat for Royal Bengal Tiger. Bandhavgarh Park is divided into four zones out of which three viz.
Tala, Magdhi and Khitauli are open for wildlife tours in Bandhavgarh. Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve beckons wild life enthusiasts for an unforgettable adventurous tour from different parts of India and the world.