Conservation & Sustainability

Our outreach programme at Denwa Backwater Escape

As a part of our outreach programme, our team at Denwa Backwater Escape distributed Hindi guide books on mammals to all the field guides of Satpura Tiger Reserve. Shri Vijay Srivastava, SDO and Shri Mukesh Dudve, Ranger kindly felicitated and distributed the books on our behalf. Pugdundee’s vision is to work closely with local guides for… Read More Our outreach programme at Denwa Backwater Escape

Tiger safari in Satpura

Satpura – The Land of Leaping Leopards

Satpura Best Place To See Leopards Leapt, ran rapidly and chased the stream, it was my dear Leopard, Perhaps flashed a yellow bolt thought the naïve shepherd! Leopard (Panthera pardus), a nimble-footed creature is known for its strength, agility, swiftness and elegance. This elusive creature is known by different names in the local languages of… Read More Satpura – The Land of Leaping Leopards

Conservation & Sustainability

Wildlife week with the village school children at Satpura Tiger Reserve

Wildlife week with the village school children at Satpura Tiger Reserve What better way to celebrate the Wildlife week than with the village school children at the edge of Satpura Tiger Reserve.Our team at Denwa Backwater Escape spent a memorable day at the school doing tree plantation, cleaning the surroundings and interacting with the children.The… Read More Wildlife week with the village school children at Satpura Tiger Reserve

Tiger safari in Satpura

Things to Do in Satpura: A Travel Guide to Satpura National Park

Things to Do in Satpura: A Travel Guide to Satpura National Park Satpura National Park, situated in the lap of Central India is a fine example of elegance and admirable natural beauty. Established in 1981, this park is located in the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh and is spread over Satpura hills on highlands of… Read More Things to Do in Satpura: A Travel Guide to Satpura National Park

Tiger safari in India

Finding Leopards in the Tiger Country

Finding Leopards in the Tiger Country The tabled Vindhya hills of central India are one of the finest refuge for wild tigers. Madhya Pradesh, the Indian state with nine National Parks, maximum for any Indian state to have, are also country’s most visited parks. Here from Bandhavgarh to Kanha and from Pench to Panna, Tigers… Read More Finding Leopards in the Tiger Country