Maharaja's Royal Retreat
Maharaja's Royal Retreat, Bandhavgarh is owned by the Maharaja of REWA (Madhya Pradesh, India) used to be the hunting lodge of the royal family. More than just a jungle lodge, Maharaja's Royal Retreat is a throwback to the royal past with guests getting experience of Royal camps, spacious living with decor reminiscent of the royal past and cuisine right of the royal kitchen. There is also on display rare collection of armoury and Books of the Royal era.
BANDHAVGARH is very rich in forests and has the highest density of tigers in the world. In addition to the wild life Bandhavgarh also has a rich heritage. We have evidence of human settlements dating back to 2000 years old and later rulers from the Kalchuri and the Baghel clans have left their rich culture for us to see. Bandhavgarh has about 32 mammals, 250 birds and 72 butterflies.
It provides an excellent outlet for tourists looking for adventure and wild life. This place is ideal for large group bookings or conferences.