Sanjay National Park


Sanjay National Park



Best time

October to April.


466.657 km2

Major Animals/Birds

There Nilgai, Chinkara, Civet, Porcupine, and Monitor lizard; the Bengal tiger; the Indian leopard; the Spotted deer, Sambar deer, wild boar, and the

Sanjay National Park is located in Chhattisgarh. Area of  Sanjay National Park is 466.657 km2, Because of its unique weather circumstances, Best Time To Visit Sanjay National Park is October to April.

Sanjay National Park is one of the best places to see wildlife in Central India for a variety of reasons, including the popularity of its diverse flora with those who like the outdoors and animals. This wildlife haven is situated in Madhya Pradesh, India, and spans 466.7 square kilometres in the Sidhi and Singrauli districts. It is a portion of the Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve, which is renowned for its unique and endangered species of flora and wildlife, including tigers, nilgais, wild dogs, hyenas, and sloth bears.

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Safari Timings

The morning safari starts at 6 AM and goes on till 10 AM. Afternoon safari starts at 02.30 P.M till sunset i.e. until 6 PM or 7 PM. The afternoon safari’s time keeps changing from season to season.

Safari Gate/Zones

There are 5 safari zones in Sanjay National Park

  • Giddha Zone
  • Dubri Zone
  • Bastua Zone
  • Machmahua Zone
  • Koilary Zone

Major Attractions in & Around the Park
Visitors may enjoy interesting activities like bird viewing, swimming, boating, nature walks, and other similar pursuits close to the Banas River, which is situated right in the park’s core. They may also go to Chamrdadol’s Tribal Haat to shop for tribal artefacts, handicrafts, and other mementos. To provide its visitors an unforgettable experience, a campfire is also held here and is followed by a tribal danc

Nearby Tourist Destinations:

  • Rewa
  • Chanderi
  • Jabalpur
  • Gwalior
  • Indore
  • Khajuraho

Fauna of Sanjay National Park


Mammals found in Sanjay National Park

Tigers, leopards, deer, sambar deer, wild boar, chinkara, civet, neelgai, porcupine, monitor lizard, sloth bear, wild dog, python, etc

Birds found in Sanjay National Park

Golden hooded oriole, peacock, bulbul, wagtails, blue kingfisher, teetar, crimson breasted barbet, Indian pitta rufus-treepie, red-headed vulture, racket-tailed drongos, lesser adjutant, Indian white-rumped vulture, Egyption vulture, and nightjars.

Reptiles found in Sanjay National Park

It’s simple and common to detect chameleons, skinks, garden lizards, Bengal monitors, etc. There are several common snake species can be found in this area, including the cobra, krait, scaled viper, rock python, rat snake, russell viper, and saw scaled viper.