Discover the many wildlife attractions of the flourishing Satpura National Park, which is also home to the elusive tiger.
The Satpura National Park takes its name from the Satpura hills that range across central India. While the terrain is largely hilly, the action of the local streams over many millennia has resulted in deep and narrow gorges and ravines — a landscape that perfectly suits the reclusive habits of the tiger.
It is home to a diverse ecosystem and, in addition, the Satpura Range forms one corridor of movement between the mountains of the Eastern Himalayas and the Western Ghats.
- Discover the many facets of this pristine national park on excellent guided walking safaris
- Embark on a canoe safari to view the park’s brilliant array of wildlife drawn to the waterways as well its flourishing vegetation
- Delight in the unforgettable opportunity to enjoy a bout of game viewing atop an elephant
Summer (May – September)
Min 23°C/73°F Max 40°C/104°F
Winter (October – April)
Min11°C/52°F Max 23°C/73°F
The climate of this region is tropical. Summers are hot and humid and Winters are pleasant. The park is closed from July to early October during monsoon.