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Sanjay Dubri National Park

Sanjay Dubri National Park

Sanjay Dubri National Park is a wildlife paradise with rare and exquisite genera of Flora and Fauna.

Located in the Sidhi and Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh, Sanjay Dubri National Park is undoubtedly heaven for both the nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Being one of the finest wildlife destinations in Central India, the national park let the tourists catch the sight of rich biodiversity and dense plantation of Sal and Bamboo trees. This plantation makes one of the impeccable habitats for rare and endangered species including deer, sambar, wild dogs, leopard, nilgai, chinkara, hyena and more.

The forest area of Sanjay Dubri National Park connects the Bandhavgarh National Park’s wildlife at north and Palamau Tiger Reserve wildlife. Also, the Guru Ghasidas National Park which falls in Chhattisgarh State area shares its forest with Sanjay Dubri on the northern boundary with Madhya Pradesh. Tourists visiting the park can witness various rivers and ponds that assists the birds and animals with water. Last but not the list, Sanjay Dubri National Park lets the tourists spend their time near the Banas River, which is in the center of the park and get indulge in activities including bird watching, swimming, boating, nature walk and more.



The picturesque wildlife of Sanjay Dubri National Park includes rich flora and a majority of the park covered by Sal Plantation. Palas, Salai, Dhawada, Gurajan, Mahua, Semal, Harra, Ber, and Tendu are some of the important plants in Sanjay Dubri National Park which form a rich and assorted vegetation that is suitable for a number of wild animals. Other than this, the national park provides shelter to a variety of animal species including tigers, leopards, deer, sambar deer, wild boar, chinkara, civet, nilgai, porcupine, sloth bear, wild dog, python and more. Also, the park is home to 309 bird species out of which some of them are a red-headed vulture, racket-tailed drongos, golden hooded oriole, peacock, bulbul, Indian pitta rufous-treepie, and more. Among the reptiles, tourists will get to spot chameleon, skink, garden lizard, Bengal monitor along with some of the popular species of snake including cobra, russell viper, krait, rock python scaled viper, rat snake and more.

Safari Timing in Sanjay Dubri National Park


Since Sanjay National Park is visited by tourists all throughout the year but considering the months of winter and summer season i.e., between November and June would be an ideal choice.


28°C to 36°C March-June

The summer months in Sanjay Dubri National Park is all about hot and humid weather conditions. But that doesn’t stop the tourists from making a visit to park and get indulge in the wildlife safari by witnessing a number of birds and animal species.


16°C to 22°C Oct- February

Winter is the best tourism season to witness rich flora and fauna of Sanjay Dubri National Park. It is the cool and pleasant atmosphere that lets the tourists explore the park without getting exhausted. Tourists can even get indulge in bird watching where a variety of migratory birds can be witnessed.


22°C to 34°C July-September

Sanjay Dubri National Park in monsoon experiences a considerable amount of rainfall making it difficult for the tourists to take a walk in the park or enjoy wildlife safari. So, it is advisable not to plan a trip to the park during this season.

How to Reach Sanjay Dubri National Park?

The nearest airport to Sanjay Dubri National Park is at Varanasi, which is located at a distance of approx 300 km from the park. Getting down at the airport, tourists can avail the taxi or cab service that will help in reaching the desired destination around the park.

Travelling to Sanjay Dubri National Park by road is convenient and hassle-free.  Tourists need to head to Sidhi which is the nearest city from Sanjay National Park and is well connected to the cities like Rewa, Jabalpur, & Varanasi.

The nearest railhead is Rewa Railway Station which is located at a distance of approx 170 km from Sihi city and is well connected Jabalpur-Mumbai and Katni-Delhi railway route. Getting down at the railway station, tourists can avail taxi or cab service that will help in reaching the final destination.

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