Satpura is the only national park in India that allows wildlife enthusiasts to walk inside the core tiger zone and the buffer zones. The lodge's naturalists follow Forsyth's trail to navigate through this forest. You also have the option of 'glamping' in the wilderness.
It is easy to fall in love with Satpura when you see so much beauty without giving up your creature comforts. For more wanderlust, head over to my travel blog.
How To Get There
Satpura is 176 kilometers from Bhopal's Raja Bhoj Airport, which is the nearest airport you can fly into. The road journey from there is about 4 hours long.
Itarsi is the closest railway station, about 70 kilometers from Denwa Backwater Escape, which is 90 minutes by road.
The rates vary as per the plan you choose (jungle activities cost extra), the occupancy (single occupancy is lower than double occupancy) and your nationality (Indians enjoy slightly lower tariffs as compared to foreigners).
For The Deluxe Cottages:
INR 16,000 to INR 29,000 per night
For The Treehouses:
INR 18,000 to INR 35,000 per night