Sidhababa - The Holy Meadow: the famous residence of Sidhababa
Chakradhara - It is the place that is enclosed by the hillocks
Gopalpur - The place houses number of exotic wild birds that give you golden time of memorable sighting of wild fauna.
Bari Gufa - It is an ancient Monument of Past of the tenth century. it is said that the biggest man made cave of the reserve.
Three Cave Point - These caves are the Archaeological Remains of past depicting mute testimony of rich historical past.
Climber's Point - Spotted Woody climbers of butea superba and Bauhinia wahlii, it offer fantastic view and nature Beauty to the tourist.
Mahaman Pond - An enchanting water hole which is encircled by bamboo clumps offer you to watch a wide range of hervivores and carnivores.
Around this park, 32 hills are located which has a large natural fort at its center. The fort measures 2625 feet (800 meters) high, 1000 feet (300 meters) beyond the adjacent countryside. The fort still under the control of the Maharaja of Rewa and permission is required to enter into it. However permission is available locally. The natural fortifications of the fort offer wonderful view of the surrounding landscape. The fort has housed small population of Blackbuck which have been renovated to protect from Tigers in the park below by repairs to the masonry walls at the edges of the fort. Therefore, Bandhavgarh gives you a wonderful opportunity for game and bird viewing.
Flora and Fauna in Bandhavgarh
A perfect embodiment of flora and fauna, Bandhavgarh is covered in Sal forest, replaced by mixed forests in the higher heights of the hills. It is made of wide stands of bamboo and grasslands. Generally, it is famous as tiger reserve but it also protects other inhabitants of the park include the Muntajac, Jungle Cat, Ratel, Jyena, Porcupine, the Rhesus Macaque and the back-faced Langur. Moreover, the place has various ancient caves and rock shelters, with shrines and inscriptions.