How to reach us
Atulya Kanchi Camp, Bandhavgarh Tiger reserve is conveniently situated near major airports: Daily flights from Delhi , Mumbai for Jabalpur (190 km drive to us ) flights from delhi , Varanasi for Khajuraho (220 km drive to us) Khajuraho a world heritage site.
Distance to Atulya Kanchi Camp .
Umaria : 22 Kms (approx.1 hour)
Katni : 72 Kms (approx.2 hours)
Jabalpur : 199 Kms (approx.4 hours)
Khajurao : 260 Kms (approx.5 hours)
Varanasi : 455 Kms (approx.9 hours)
Nearest station is Umaria 22 kmrs Overnight trains from Delhi for Katni Murwara station all major trains arrive and depart from Katni is 72 kmrs from Bandhavgarh Atulya Kanchi Camp.
Two game drives into the Tiger Reserve each day. You enter the park by the nearby quite Maghdi, Tala and Khitoli Gate.
You are escorted by local naturalist guides and drivers who know the forest intimately.
We enter the park before sunrise using; initially we will be looking for signs of Tiger movement, pugmarks listening for the alarm calls of Langur monkeys, Chital and Sambar Deer.
After lunch we re-enter the park by jeep looking for wildlife and Tigers. Just before sunset predator activity increases and Tigers, Leopards and Sloth Bears may be spotted.In-between game drives explore forest trails, which lead into thicker jungle and to traditional tribal villages.
Chances to see some of the antelopes or other wildlife around the resort which is quite common.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh is spread at Vindhya hills in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The best places in the world for seeing Asian wild tigers.
Bandhavgarh consists of a core area of 105 sq km and a buffer area of approximately 400 sq km. Topography varies between steep ridges, undulating forest and open meadows.Bandhavgarh is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers. The density of the Tiger population at Bandhavgarh is the highest known in India.