- Explore Satpura National Park on foot, in a canoe, and by jeep
- Hike along the Pachmarhi Trail
- “Satpura under Canvas” – a unique mobile camp experience
- Track wildlife including tiger, leopard, wild boar, bear, fox, porcupine, the Indian giant squirrel, a variety of antelope, and much more
The Satpura Tiger Reserve is an extensive forest covering a broad array of unique Central Indian flora and fauna. This beautiful reserve is cradled in the Mahadeo Hills of the Satpura Range that is characterized by deep valleys, narrow gorges, cascading waterfalls and rich vegetation. All these facets of the forest make it ideal trekking country. During the British Raj, the state of Madhya Pradesh was known as the Central Provinces and the forest department of this province located its headquarters in Pachmarhi. Captain James Forsyth, the man largely responsible for establishing and operating the headquarters, ascended to Pachmarhi using the same route as what we walk on this trek.
This five day adventure includes a unique mobile camping and walking expedition through the pristine Satpura Forests as well as spending two days exploring the gorgeous Satpura National Park on foot, canoe and Jeeps. Experience local hospitality and interact with the local community. This is indeed a trip of a lifetime in a beautiful part of Central India.
November 28, 2018 Arrive in Bhopal (BHO), Madhya Pradesh, India by 8:00am.
December 6, 2018: Depart Bhopal,Madhya Pradesh, India anytime or continue on a post-adventure.
Operator: Ibex Expeditions