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Satpura National Park - A trip to Serene Land!

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Who doesn’t wish to take a break from the routine and escape in the lap of nature? This is what you can experience at Satpura National Park which takes you on a peaceful journey amidst lush greenery and pleasant ambience. It is adjoined with Pachmarhi and Bori Sanctuaries providing a glimpse of unique central Indian ecosystem.

 

The joyride of safari 

If you are a safari person, then Satpura no doubt is the place for you.  Not one but three safari rides including jeep safari, elephant and boat safari which will take you on a trip amidst the poised habitat of flora and fauna. The dense forest of Satpura is enriched with thrilling hilly terrains, exquisite runnels, compelling waterfalls and alluring valleys. 

 

The sunrise and sunset point 

Adore the sunrise and sunset at Dhoopgarh which is the highest peak of this National Park and first landscape of Madhya Pradesh to witness sunrays.

 

Spot the squirrel if you can!

The place can be considered as paradise for bird watchers as one can spot a variety of birds during the visit. What is more interesting is that, besides being home to a number of wild animals, Indian giant squirrel and Indian white Bison are the special features to discover.  

So treat yourself with the energising quest at Satpura National Park and step close to admire the grandeur of MPTourism.  

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Pachmarhi - The tallest and only Queen of Satpura

Situated at 1100 m, Pachmarhi, popularly known as 'Satpura ki Rani' (Queen of Satpura), sits beautifully, embellished by nature and history, amidst the Satpura range. Legend says the Pandava brothers visited Pachmarhi during their exile.

Madhai - An Exotic Delight

Located amidst sprawling forests, shimmering backwaters, rich wildlife, under a sky full of twinkling stars, where the air is crisp and clean, Madhai is a balm to your soul.

Tawa - A Charming Getaway

Situated in the lap of the luscious Satpura National Park, the Tawa Dam & Reservoir is the ideal monsoon getaway for you. The Tawa river is the longest tributary of the Narmada and provides a picturesque and pristine view for sore eyes.

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