Satpura National Park is located in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh in India. Established in 1981, Satpura National Park covers a wide area of 524 sq km.
A part of the central Indian Highland Ecosystem, it spreads through the dense woody forest of evergreen sal, teak and bamboo. This National Park is extremely rocky and it is bestowed with sandstone peaks, narrow gorges, and ravines. Being a part of a unique ecosystem, Satpura National Park is very rich in biodiversity and it houses some of the rare species of the animal kingdom and a large verity of birds.
Thick woody forest, high peaks, and rich collection of animal and bird species Satpura National Park offers most diverse attractions. Jeep safari and boat ride along the reservoir banks to explore the huge park. Besides, elephant safari is also an excellent way to experience the jungle.
Best time to visit is during the months of November to March and during monsoons the park remains closed (tentatively June to October).