Satpura National Park
Satpura National Park or Satpura Tiger Reserve is the precious gem of Madhya Pradesh. And it is a great wildlife park to preserve these living beings. It took place as a national park in 1981 and preserves thousands of wildlife species of fauna and flora.
It is also a haven for wildlife, nature, flora, and camping lovers who love to feel the forest’s fresh air. Here, the tourist gets various exciting things to observe and get inspired.
The Satpura National Park of Madhya Pradesh has an expanded area of 528 sq kilometers. The government created this reserve in Madhya Pradesh to save the tigers. This area does not include the Pachmarhi Sanctuary and Bori Sanctuary.
Both count as part of the Satpura tiger reserve. By uniting all these, the expansion of Satpura National Park in India becomes 1427 sq kilometers. And because of this, it has become one of the giant national parks.
This national park is famous for its Indian Bison and Malabar Giant. Also, for the Squirrel, Leopard, Buck, Tigers, Crocodiles, and Wild Dogs. Many of its tourists visit this place to see many migratory birds and marsh crocodiles.
If you are a flora lover, don’t be shocked to list this park as around 1300 species. Including tendu, bel, bushes, sal, teak, grass, bamboos, and many plants and flowers with medicine rich features.
If you are a bird lover, you will love to see paradise flycatchers, pheasants, and crested hawk eagles. So, are you willing to be one of those who have enjoyed this excellent gem of Indian wildlife safari park?
You can have an affordable Satpura National Park Safari. You are free to book tickets for a solo trip, couple trip, and family trip. Because the Wildlife Safari provides the best Safari tour packages to help people to learn about wildlife.
So, reach out to the team of Wildlife Safari to have the best touring and a learning experience.
- Best time to visit: October to April
- Duration: 4 hours
- Satpura National Park safari charges:
- Jeep safari via Keria route – INR 2750 per person;
- via Lagda route – INR 3050 per person;
- via Churna route – INR 6700 per person;