Topography of Bandhavgarh
The Bandhavgarh national park is a jungle consisting mainly of sal trees. Only on higer sides the vegetation changes to sali, saj, saja, dhobin etc.
In the northern region of the park, there are vast stretches of grasslands and bamboo forests.A lot of this is what appears to be young bamboo, which can be seen from it's green and slim appearance.
This northern region of the national park also consists of a series of rocky ridges with deep crevices cut by perennial streams.In the south of the park, the extensions, which were included into the park in 1986, consist of low hills covered with forest but interspersed with grasslands that were formerly agricultural land. The central portion of the park, which consists of the original 106 square kilometers and the fort, is still the main sighting area. This area consists of 32 hills and also some marshy stretches divided by large grasslands and a few water bodies.