The hunting grounds of the erstwhile royal family of Madhya Pradesh it is a famous wildlife sanctuary now located in Shivpuri. The private shooting reserve of Maharaja of Gwalior it is also believed that from the dense forests of Madhav Shivpuri National Park, Akbar once captured elephants for his stables in the year 1564.
Madhya Pradesh is a famous wildlife sanctuary which is the home to a varied section of flora and fauna. Acres of the dense woodlands is also inhabited by Nilgai, Sambar, four-horned antelope, blackbuck, sloth bear, tiger, hyena, jackal, chital, four-horned antelope, wild boar, chinkara, crocodile.
Madhav Shivpuri National Park also has a beautiful Chandpata Lake which is the home of a variety of avian species. From the Red Wattled Lapwing, Large Pied Wagtail to the Pond Heron and White - Breasted Kingfisher, the lake is the nesting ground of these birds. The George Castle inside the Madhav Shivpuri National Park was built for George.
A trip to the Madhav Shivpuri National Park Madhya Pradesh will surely be an enriching and exciting experience for the wildlife buffs and the nature lovers.
How to Reach Madhav Shivpuri National Park
- Nearest Airport:Gwalior (112km)
- Nearest Railway Station:Jhansi (101km)