SATPURA NATIONAL PARK, MADHYA PRADESH

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Satpura National Park, one of India’s best parks for leopard and sloth bear sightings. It draws its name from the ancient Satpura Hills and is a specially created tiger reserve, established in 1981. Spread across over five hundred square kilometres, this national park is a thriving ecosystem for animals, birds and rare plants, trees and herbs. However, it has only relatively recently opened up for tourism, making it less developed, less visited and therefore one of our favourite parks. It is also the only park in India which allows a variety of safari options from canoeing on the Tewa Dam, jeep safaris, walking safaris through the core area and elephant safaris, night drives in the buffer zones are also possible. Though tiger spotting is rare during the jungle safaris here, territories are now becoming better known and so sightings are increasing.

Experiences In And Around Tadoba National Park

Satpura National Park - Beyond the Taj, Satpura National Park
Satpura National Park - Beyond the Taj, Satpura National Park
Satpura National Park - Beyond the Taj, Satpura National Park
Satpura National Park - Beyond the Taj, Satpura National Park

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Satpura National Park, one of India’s best parks for leopard and sloth bear sightings. It draws its name from the ancient Satpura Hills and is a specially created tiger reserve, established in 1981. Spread across over five hundred square kilometers, this national park is a thriving ecosystem for animals, birds and rare plants, trees and herbs. However, it has only relatively recently opened up for tourism, making it less developed, less visited and therefore one of our favorite parks.
Around 150 kilometers off Nagpur, ensconced deep within reserved forests in Chandrapur district is the lesser-known Tadoba National Park. Tadoba, more commonly known as the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve in conjunction with the surrounding Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary offers a quaint jungle experience. Tadoba is named after the local diety, Taru, that is worshipped by locals here, while Andhari is the name of the river that flows through the jungles. This comparatively tiny national park is way off the oft-beaten tourist track and is comparatively less frequented by tourists.