Bandhavgarh National Park is positioned in Madhya Pradesh and stretches along the range of Vindhyan Mountains. This park is noted for the presence of Royal Bengal Tigers and has the maximum density of tiger population in the country.
Remaining the hunting destination for the Maharaja of Rewa, the Bandhavgarh National Park is now the abode of rare species of White Tigers. The White Tigers were originally found in Rewa located near this park and have turned out to be one of the leading objects of interest in various zoos across the globe. The entire territory runs east to west with fragmented hilly ranges scattered with wetlands and forest areas.
This national park is famous for remaining the densest population in terms of per unit of forest area and rated among the top-notch national parks in India. Covering an area of about 448 sq km, the Bandhavgarh national park has 105 sq km of cross area. The Bandhavgarh hills, encircled by slanting valleys, are located at the central point of the park and measures about 811 meters above the sea level. At the end point of these valleys the area is covered with marshy grasslands having a local term called Bohera.
Bandhavgarh National Park is a protected area and serves as a shelter to various species of flora and fauna including gaur (Indian Bison), wild boar, leopard, sloth bear, porcupine, sambhar and spotted deer, in addition to the tiger species.