The climatic condition of Bandhavgarh National Park is moderate and experiences North Indian Monsoon. The park is located on the extreme north-eastern border of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and the forest stretches across the Vindhya Mountain Ranges in Central India. The climate of this wonderful reserve area can be broadly divided into three main seasons, i.e., chilly winters, sweltering summer and over pouring rainy season. The summer season continues from end March to the end of June when temperature can go up to 44o c during May-June. By mid June, rainy season starts with light drizzle. The average rainfall of Bandhavgarh National Park is 1133mm. Sometimes between the months of November and February rainfall takes place due to the effect of southern cyclones.
Winter season starts approaching from mid November and lasts till the end of February. During this period the weather compels the visitors to wear heavy layers of winter clothes as the mercury might go down to 20C. The open marshy hollows get covered with frost and the greenery looks impressive.