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Village Bhijariya, Post Office Bandhavgarh (Tala), District Umaria
Madhya Pradesh - 484661, India
+91 7627 265300 /+91 9424697506

Distance From-

  • Jabalpur Domestic Airport 180 kms (approximately 3 hrs)
  • Khajuraho Airport 240 kms (approximately 5 hrs)
  • Umaria City 35 kms (approximately 45 minutes)
  • Umaria Railway Station 30 kms (approximately 40 minutes)

Please note: Rush hour traffic can increase travel time significantly.


It is one of the oldest forts in Madhya Pradesh and dates back to over 2500 years. Set upon a hill, 811 meters above sea level, this architectural wonder lies in the centre of the Bandhavgarh National Park and envelopes three small temples. The fort is also home to many endangered species of vultures in India. The picturesque views from atop the hill fort make the one-hour trek to reach it, worth the wait.


Located near the Tala Village, this museum preserves the precious belongings of the Maharaja of Rewa who still owns the Bandhavgarh Fort. He maintained the area as his game reserve, and thus many arms and ammunition used for hunting can be found in the museum. The pride of the place is a stuffed white Tiger that stands in the museum amidst a plethora of interesting items. The timings to visit the Baghel Museum are: 10 am to 3 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm.


Shesh Shaiya is an 11 meter long statue of Lord Vishnu. It is from the feet of this status that the River Charanganga is believed to originate. The reclining statute is a unique example of 10th century ancient architecture and personifies Lord Vishnu in a sleeping posture the seven hooded serpent- Shesh Nag.


This place is named after the holy temple of Sidhbaba. This is the most common point where you can be lucky to spot a tiger near the temple. Visitors would most defiantly also spot a sambhar, chital, painted stroke and even a wild boar, in this area.


The Gharipuri Dam is located about 10 km away from the Bandhavgarh National Park. It is famous for its construction. It is a bird watchers’ paradise as the surrounding of the dam are home to different species of water birds such as Black Ibis, Sarus Crane, Egret, Pied Wagtail, Red-Wattled Lapwing amongst others. This dam is also a popular picnic spot.


Capital of the Gond Kings during the 12th century, Jabalpur used to be the seat of the Kalchuri dynasty. Today Jabalpur is a vital administrative centre, packed with commercial activities and a rich cultural heritage.


Another admirable place to spot water birds is Gharpuri damn, it’s situated in the neighboring Panpatha Sanctuary.


Kanha or Kanha National Park, is the largest national park of Madhya Pradesh, Its streams, grasslands, Sal and bamboo forests stretches over 940 sq km The park is the only habitat of the rare hard ground Barasingha (Cervus Duvaceli Branderi), besides being home to a significant population of royal Bengal tiger, Indian leopards, the sloth bear and Indian wild dog.


A UNESCO world heritage site in central India, Khajuraho is a famous tourist and archaeological site known for its sculptured temples dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu, and Jain patriarchs. It is known for its distinctive architecture, stunning sculptures, sensual carvings and the especially the famous Chandela Temples reminiscent of the finest temple art in the world.


Those interested to experience the simplistic village life should head to Tala Village. Here modest villagers living in their humble dwellings and mud houses offer captivating glimpses of the unspoilt and tranquil rural life of India, totally untouched by vices of the modern world.


It is a small town around 10 kms from Jabalpur. It is most famous for the Dhuandhar Falls, Marble Rocks, and the Chaunsath Yogini temple dating back to 10th century. The river flowing through the marble rocks here is another scenic attraction.


Bandhavgarh is as famous for its ancient caves that date back to the 10th century, as it is for the tiger reserve. In fact, there are as many as 39 old caves within a radius of a few kms from the Bandhavgarh Fort. Bari Gufa, is the most popular of them all. It is the biggest man made cave and has nine small rooms and several pillars. Most caves carry inscription in Brahmi script or have embossed figures of animals such as tiger, pig, and elephant.


About 40 kms from the resort, this divine and mystic waterfall leaves visitors spellbound with its picturesque beauty. It is a must see for anyone travelling to Bandhavgarh.


Located near the Bandhavgarh Fort, this water hole also called the “Place of Quench the Thirst” is surrounded by bamboo clumps where large varieties of herbivores and carnivores come to drink water.