One of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in India, Nauradehi spreads across an area of more than a Thousand sq km. It is a lesser known protected forest but is rich in bio diversity. The sanctuary is located in Sagar, Damoh and Narsinghpur districts of Madhya Pradesh. The refuge is unique jungle safari destination in India and offers wildlife sightings much different from popular tiger reserves of Central India. Indian wolf, Blue Bull or Nilgai, Indian gazelle or Chinkara, Four horned deer and marsh crocodile are much easily sighted here.
The refuge offers wild adventure, nature trek and experience of different biotope and Central Indian wildlife. A wildlife safari offers possible sighting of Sloth bear, leopard and Indian wolf. Nuaradehi is one place where the chinkara or Indian gazelle, four horned and barking deer can be easily seen. Langurs and rhesus macaque are common sight. The common otters inhabit the rivers and water bodies at Noradehi. The Bamner River that flows through the sanctuary is home to crocodiles at places.
The crocodile point in the river is a good place to see the reptiles. The Cheola lake is frequented by Blue Bull, Sambar, Chinakara, spotted deer and other animals. The water body is ideal place for birding. The forest around the lake is ideal for wildlife safaris. The Penthouse operates guided wildlife safari to Nauradehi Sanctuary from Jabalpur. The package includes guided wildlife and birding safari to Nauradehi WLS and sightseeing at Rani Durgawati Sanctuary about 55 km and visit to Marble Rocks at Jabalpur. The accommodation for night stay is provided at The Penthouse itself.