Satpura National Park
Taking its name from the Satpura Range in Madhya Pradesh, Satpura National Park is a rugged landscape of sandstone peaks, deep ravines and dense forest. This diverse terrain provides a home for an equally varied wildlife population, including nilgai, chinkara, four-horned antelope, porcupine and Indian giant squirrel.
One of the least visited of Central India’s parks, Satpura may not have the tiger populations of the other parks but the low visitor numbers make it an excellent option for exploring the extensive wildlife with a range of safari options, including boat, jeep, and on foot.
Reni Pani Jungle Lodge
Satpura National Park, Central India, India
Reni Pani Jungle Lodge is a 12 cottage lodge set 30-minutes away from Satpura National Park’s entrance over the Tewa Reservoir by boat. Each cottage is widely spaced apart in a woodland to give a peaceful and private atmosphere.
Delhi, Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Pench Tiger Reserve, Satpura National Park
A rugged wilderness home to a myriad of wildlife, including the famed Bengal tiger, this itinerary offers the ultimate central India experience, involving remote lodges, luxury tented camps and safaris in four of India’s most prolific national parks.
GBP £7,600 pp