Satpura National Park

Satpura is a special wildlife reserve but one often bypassed by visitors as they make their way to the better known parks of Kanha, Bandhavgarh and Pench. Those that choose Satpura, though, are greatly rewarded – the setting is spectacular with views of the Deccan Plateau, the thickly forested interior is unspoiled and the wildlife experience second to none. Uniquely, Satpura also remains the only tiger reserve in India that permits walking safaris. Like the other national parks of Madhya Pradesh, Satpura has some of the finest tiger habitat in the subcontinent however the reserve is also home to a host of other rare species. In addition to tiger, there is a better than average chance of seeing sloth bear and leopard whilst sambar, chital, nilgai, chinkara, wild boar, porcupine and muntjac deer are common. Satpura is also renowned for its excellent birdwatching and over 300 different species have been recorded.

Suggested Journeys for Satpura National Park

We are pleased to offer the following selection of suggested itineraries based on our personal experiences. By combining these itineraries with your thoughts and ideas we can tailor any journey to make it special, unique and designed around you.