Remarkably bumpy sandstone peaks, dense forests, and consists of narrow canyons, Satpura National Park is one the gems of Madhya Pradesh. Satpura National Park is rich in biodiversity having animals including sambar, chital, leopard, Indian muntjac, four-horned antelope, Chinkara, nilgai,wild boar, bear, black buck, fox, porcupine, mouse deer, flying squirrel and Indian giant squirrel. The National Park is home to a variety of bird species like Hornbills and peafowl are common birds found here.
Accompanying a wide range of animals, the Satpura National Park is also rich in the Flora Kingdom. It has over 1300 species of plants such as Sal, tendu, teak, mahua (Indian butter tree), bel (stone-apple), grasses, and bamboo. The National Park has more than 62 tree species, 58 shrubs species,30 small tree species, almost 64 grass species, and32 climber species. There are other important medicinal plants and rare endemic plants also. Saal is the most well-knownplantin the National Park, this plant is mainly found in the Pachmarhi plateau. The lower plains on the northern side of the park primarily consist of teak forests on basaltic traps.Satpura National Park is indeed a place to visit.