Sanjay-Dubri NATIONAL PARK & Tiger Reserve
About Sanjay-Dubri National Park
Sanjay-Dubri National Park is a part of the Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve and is considered the wildlife heaven of Central India. The forest is popular for its rich biodiversity, and the dense plantation of Sal and Bamboo trees make it one of the perfect habitats for wildlife.
In 1951, the Maharaja of Rewa rescued a white tiger cub “Mohan” from this land, and it is said that most of the white tigers across the world today are his progeny. Though there are no white tigers here or anywhere else in the wild, Sanjay-Dubri National Park is home to numerous other species of flora and fauna and acts as a wildlife corridor between Bhandhavgarh and Palamua Tiger Reserve.Madhya Pradesh is truly a heaven on earth, home to many natural treasures of India and Sanjay-Dubri National Park is just one of the gems of this heaven.
distance from major cities
Jabalpur – About 340 km
Khajuraho – About 340 km
Delhi – About 986 km
Mumbai – About 1416 km