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Apr, 29 , 2024 Window to Luxury

Deep in the heart of Central India, lie rocky outcrops, bird-hosting waterbodies, narrow gorges, ravines, and steep mountain faces; all merging to form a biome like no other, the Satpura Tiger Reserve. The reserve is located in the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh and derives its name from the stunning Satpura Range. Satpura’s beauty, despite growing popularity, remains a hidden gem, offering diverse flora and fauna spread across varied ecosystems. Famed for its almighty teak trees (Tectona Grandis), the Satpura Tiger Reserve boasts an impressive array of flora, its canopy, seasonally painted with vibrant orange and yellows of the illuminating Palash or Flame of the Forest (Butea Monosperma) and Amaltas Golden Shower (Cassia Fistula). The reserve’s rich fauna simply becomes a welcome embellishment to an already visually stunning landscape.