In Bandhav National Park, there are several top attractions that one should visit.There is something magnificent about each of these places.
1. Fossil National Park- This Park is situated in Dindori, Madhya Pradesh comprising plants in fossil form which existed long back between 40 million and 150 million years ago found in the buffer area and spread across seven villages of Madhya Pradesh which is an excellent pick for historians as well as nature lovers.
2. Climber’s Point- If you want to get a perfect aerial view of the Bandhavgarh National Park, it is one of the best places to see. It is home to some unique flora species like Bauhinia Wahlii and Butea Superba and is filled with sal and bamboo trees. In other words, it is just a perfect place for tourists looking for tranquility amidst nature.
3. Cheshpur Waterfall- An excellent picnic spot for tourists to relish. It is located just 50 km away from Bandhavgarh. It is a natural waterfall in the river Johila and is one of the best family places to explore for travelers.
4. Jwalamukhi Temple- The Temple is dedicated to Goddess Jwalamukhi which was built in the 10th century and is situated on the banks of river Charan Ganga. It is a peaceful cum delightful experience for all.
5. Three Cave Point- It is another one of the fascinating places in the park. Filled with carving from ancient times, three cave point is the beautiful location. There are many wild animals that live here, such as leopards, tigers, and sloth bears, which reveal a beautiful blend of architectural techniques from earlier times.
6. The SheshShaya- There is an astonishing 11- meter long idol of Lord Vishnu in the laying position with an umbrella of “Shesh Nag” along with the ‘Shivling’ and ‘Lord Brahma’ idols. Built in the 10th century, it is located on the main footpath entrance of the Bandhavgarh Fort.
7. Mahaman Pond- Famously known as the “Place of quench of thirst”, the Mahaman Pond is the splendor bounded by bamboo clamps and herding wild creatures situated near the Bandhavgarh fort. The park is home to a variety of herbivores and carnivores.
8. Bari Gufa- An elegant cave that shows the impeccable architecture of the past in addition to its majestic architecture. As the largest man-made cave in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, Bari Gufa, meaning "The Giant Cave" is believed to be dated back to the 10th century.
9. Village Tala- A Classic village with all its ethnic glamour, village tala is one of the best places to visit in Bandhavgarh National Park with all the ethnic charm of a typical village, it provides an inside look into its life and times. No traveler should miss this unique chance to see mud clustered houses, elders smoking hookahs on cots, and the breathtaking views surrounding the villages.
10. Rajbhera- The Place from where the river Dammer originates these marshy meadows can be viewed from the Bandhaini Hollock. This is one of the best places to see vultures, chital, storks, wild pigs, and sambar in the wild.
11. Kethika- Being one of the floral specialties, the Bandhavgarh National Park is also known as the Pendanus Point. It is very well known for its aromatic plant called Kewra which is found amidst the Jammu and Kashmir tree species.