Satpura National Park

Named for the Satpura Hills, a rugged mountain range of gorges, plunging valleys, jagged sandstone, and thickly wooded plains, Satpura National Park is home to a number of endangered and threatened species. Most of the forests consist of tough hardwoods such as teak and ebony, as well as a number of herbs, wildflowers, and grasses; within these forests also dwell Bengal tigers, sambar deer, the rare chital deer, gaur, and Indian leopards.


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Learn about how the park is working to maintain and reinvigorate its animal populations, beginning with the reintroduction of the rare barasingha, or Indian swamp deer; in addition to the barasingha, twenty Bengal Tigers were also moved to Satpura.

Wildlife Safari

Drive through the park for a closer look at its myriad flora and fauna. Catch a glimpse of the Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat, an Indian leopard on the prowl, or a herd of gaur, or Indian bison, grazing the pastures.

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