Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve Located in The Madhya Pradesh Central India and come under Tiger Prorject in 1981 declared as National park and earlier it was use by His Highness Maharaja Martand Singh as a hunting jungle ( Shikargah). His Highness of Rewa use to come here very frequently as he was the fond of Hunting and there was wood Palace also Constructed and now known as Kaath Bungala and The Madhya Pradesh Tourism Department has taken under and creating a Lodge. Sanjay Tiger Reserve is unexplored wildlife destination in India and has many rare wildlife species and Forest (Jungle) is very dense and beautiful. In Side the Sanjay Tiger Reserve Many Rivers and keep flowing round of the year and increase the beauty of forest.
Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve Spread over spread over an area 1674.511 sq. km Consist Sanjay National Park and Sanjay Dubri Wildlife Sanctuary and located North Eastern part of Madhya Pradesh and bordered by another park name as Guru Ghasi Das National Park In South.
Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve comprises the Sanjay National Park and the Dubri Wildlife Sanctuary, both cover more than 831 km2 and are located in Sidhi district. It is well known for its large area and rich biodiversity and sal, bamboo, mixed forest. According to an official census of Madhya Pradesh carried out in 2004, the National Park had six tigers, but no tiger was sighted there between October 2008 and May 2009. Both Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve and Guru Ghasidas NP shared five tigers in 2010
As per the 2013 census the number of Tiger 11 and recently One Tiger From Panna (P12) is settled here and did the Meeting with Female Tigress and she has delivered 4 cubs in 2014 and Forest Department doing the tremendous job Specially Mr. Kranti Jharia ( Ranger Of Dubri Range) and Mr. Rahandale (Ranger Bastua Range ) and one More person Mr. Subhash Singh is creating awareness among the local villagers . Subhash Singh is working as local wildlife conservationist and Park Guide.
Water Resources In Sanjay Dubri Tiger reserve
The Palain Area the Catchment of River Banas, Sone, Gobad, Hasdo & Mawai and there Tributaries. There are many Nalas also exists , like The Singar and Mohan Nadi Flows in Mohan Range, where as Pondi Range Sundar Nadi, Mawai Nadi, Mohan Nadi, Kodmar Nadi, Khaganni Nala, Singar Nadi, Neora Nala and many other nalas network also exists with springs.
Wildlife In Sanjay national Park
The national park is mostly composed of sal forests. Tiger, leopard, Spotted deer, sambar deer, wild boar, Neelgai, Chinkara, Civet, Porcupine, Monitor Lizard, and three hundred nine species of birds. Most attractive birds are Golden Hooded Oriole, Racket-tailed drongos, Indian Pitta Rufus-Treepie, Lesser Adjutant, Red-headed vulture, cinereous vulture, Indian white-romped vulture, Egyption vulture, Nightjars and many other species.
Best Time To Visit: As per the park opening date is 14th October every year and closed 1st July onward . Best Time for park visit is November onward till June.
Accessibility : Nearest Airport Is Khajuraho which is 275 K.m (7-8 Hrs) and Rewa Also Has the Hawai Patti and there are few flight operates in few month.
By Train- The Well coonected by Train also from across the India , like Rewa, Satna and Sehdol from there you can hire the Taxi and Reach to this National park which is just 3 hrs drive from Rewa District and 150 K.m From Satna District which well know Railway Junction in Centran India.Book Now