Places to see in and around Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India

Tourists can access 207 square kilometres and having 3 tourism zones Tala , Magdhi and Khitauli zones that offer tourists most excellent opportunities to view great wildlife. 

Sidhababa, the holy marshy meadow is said to be the abode of Siddha Baba or Lord Shiva. Surrounded by the hills Chakradhara well-off in both flora and fauna, Gopalpur the ideal place for bird watching, Sita Mandap a rock having the shape of a bridge on the flowing strem, Shesh Shaiya a water body believed to be the origin of River Charanganga.

From this location visitors can get the lucid view of Bandhaini hillock with its habitats vultures, chital, sambhar. Rampur Hillock is paradise for photographer and wildlife photography which presents the panoramic view of Bandharvgarh. Dinosaur Rock a natural marvel that reminds of the Jurassic age and Sehra Dadra is the largest meadow of the park.

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