Satpura National Park

Satpura National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India

Satpura is an incognito National Park and alonwith Panchmarhi, Bori and Madhai is a highly disparate biosphere. Loacted in central India, this park is not a usual park in the itinerary of most guests, hence it is best protected, and least disturbed. There are varied ways to explore Satpura flora and fauna. The usual Jeep safaris, the boat safaris, and interesting walking safaris. Tigers are present here but no so often sighted as the other parks in this part of the country, but you are almost assured a Leopard and a Sloth Bear sighting in Satpura. Very contrasting landscapes, from hilly to gorges, ravines and plains of Churna. Denwa river flowing through the park is a haven for migratory birds in winters. Indian Gaur, Jackals, Dholes, over 275 species of birds, Sambar Deer, and Cheetal are at home. Recently in a conservation effort some Hard Ground Barasingha (Swamp Deer) have been relocated to Satpura from Kanha. Historically Swamp Deer were a part of this landscape.