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03 Days Satpura tiger reserve forest


Explore the triangular beauty of Satpura, guarding the watershed between the Narmada and Tapti rivers. A biodiversity hotspot, it’s the northern gateway to the Western Ghats, boasting ancient forests, rare flora, and archaeological treasures. Uncover the enchantment where history meets wilderness.



Satpura Tiger Reserve (STR) (2133.307 km2), located in Satpura ranges of Central Indian Landscape, is one of the major geographical plateau of India lies in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh (India). It is part of the Deccan bio-geographic zone of India (Rodgers and Panwar, 1988). Satpura Tiger Reserve’s environment stands out by its exquisite natural beauty and showcases the importance of tourism of this place. Satpura, basically meaning "Seven Folds", forms a watershed between Narmada and Tapti River is triangular in shape. It is one of the oldest forest reserves with a well-established tradition of scientific management of forests. Twenty-six species of the Himalayan region and 42 species of Nilgiri areas are found hence Satpura Tiger Reserve also known as the northern extremity of Western Ghats. Some of the species common to Satpura and Himalayas are Asterella khasiana, Bambusa polymorpha, Rubus ellipticus, Berberis asiatica. Examples of species common to Satpura and Western Ghats are, Cochlospermum religiosum, Pterocarpus santilenus (Red sandal). Archaeological significance of the place cannot be neglected considering more than 50 rock shelters with painting that are 1500 to 10,000 years old.


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from INR37,000.00

    INR37,000.00 For Foreign Nationals @ USD 470/- per pax INR37,000.00 Per Deluxe
    INR48,000.00 For Foreign Nationals @ USD 620/- per pax INR48,000.00 Per Luxury
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