Dindori is a predominantly tribal district located on the eastern borders of Madhya Pradesh touching Chhattisgarh. It is located at 81.34 degree latitude and 21.16 longitudes. It touches Shahdol in east, Mandla in west, Umaria in north, and Bilaspur District of Chhattisgarh state in south. Dindori is centrally located from famous tourists destinations like Bandhavgarh National Park, Narmada passes through the district. It is situated at a height of 1100m above sea level amongst herbal rich, Maikal mountain ranges. Dindori boasts to have the best evergreen Sal forest in Asia.
One of the most primitive tribes Baigas resides in the District and they are declared as the “National Human” Dindori has a moderate climate and evenings are pleasant. Undulated lands, mountains, valleys, river streams and thick forest cover gives the entire District a serene look, which attracts many nature lovers and is becoming a famous eco-tourism destination.