Named after the historic Bandhavgarh Fort, Bandhavgarh National Park is no less than a royal heritage where this ancient fort is known to be the gift to Lakshmana from Lord Rama himself. Along with its historical importance, Bandhavgarh is also the land of Royal Bengal Tigers. You will find a lot of rock paintings and inscriptions in man made caves. Bandhavgarh is a natural habitat to over 250 species of birds, 37 mammal species, and over 80 species of butterflies. Spread over 1536 sq. km, Bandhavgarh National Park has a mix of Sal trees, tropical greens and grasslands.