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Syna Tiger Resort

Great HotelSyna Tiger Resort is situated right at the edge of Bandhavgarh National Park, and offers you a peaceful, comfortable stay at the heart of Indian wilderness. It is the ideal place to soak in nature at its wildest best, and set base for your adventures into tigerland.


Bandhavgarh National Park

Stretching over 437 Sq. Kilometers with a core area of 105 Sq. Kilometers, this dense forest, once the hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Rewa, is known to the world as the home of the Big Cats. Its history dates back to 3rd Century A.D.


Archaeological Richness

The fort on Bandhavgarh hill is said to have been built by Lord Rama for his brother Laxman, during the Ramayana period. There are a number of man-made caves in Bandhavgarh with inscriptions and carvings, which date back to 129-168 A.D. Statues of various incarnations of all and attract every tourist, they belong to the 10-11 century A.D.


Dining & Spa

Wildwood Spa at Syna Tiger Resort is the perfect destination to relax and rejuvenate your mind and body. Offering indigenous therapies and holistic treatments with expert personnel, Wildwood Spa is where you can head after a long trek in the woods to wash off the fatigue and soothe your soul.


Bandhavgarh experiences climatic conditions that vary to opposite extremes. In winters are bitter cold. Early morning rides can be in temperatures that dip below zero. In summers it feels uncomfortable to even sometimes put a tee. The temperature in the winters varies from 0 to 20 degrees centigrade between November and February. In the summers, the temperatures move to the other extreme and can go up to 46 degrees centigrade. Towards late summer, it may rain! Bandhavgarh has an average annual rainfall of 1200mm. Bandhavgarh offers a humid sub tropical climate, with large temperature swings between the seasons. Much like a continental climate, winters are dry with occasional sub-zero readings. Summers are mostly uncomfortable and the mercury could veer close to 45°C (113°F). In between come unpredictable bouts of rain, moderating the sweltering heat, turning the foliage lush green. The park is kept closed and allowed to rejuvenate, undisturbed in the peak monsoon, between July and October every year.