Satpura National Park, extensively known for its Tiger reserve provides habitat for a variety of flora and fauna. This place is considered among the unexploited wildlife sanctuaries of India. It was set up initially with the motive of conserving the tigers. The park has rugged terrain and comprises of deep valleys, waterfalls and narrow gorges.
Moving around the park you should not be surprised to witness sandstone peaks, thickly dense green forest of Sal and the vast Tawa reservoir. On visiting Satpura National Park, tourists are sure to have the opportunity of watching Spotted deer, porcupines, tigers, leopards, marsh crocodiles etc.
Unique attractions include Black Buck and the Indian Giant Squirrel. The national park also has a wide number of birds which are wonderful to watch. Satpura National Park has an amazing collection of fauna which counts to over 1300 species of plants and also contains many medicinal plants.
It is the only Tiger reserve in the whole of central India offering Nature Walk. A group of 4 visitors are allowed to walk inside the tiger reserve, of course with a trained wildlife expert ensuring their safety. The best time to visit this park is between January and June.