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Hrish Thota

  • Connoisseur
  • Hrish Thota
  • Lives in Bangalore
  • 111 photos
  • 38 Reviews
  •  1658 helpful votes
  •  3125 readers

"Parsili the wildlife paradise"

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted Dec 5, 2016
Parsili is home to one of the newest national parks in Madhya Pradesh. It has beautiful resort just next to Bans river too. You can go for a small trek over the river and into the forest too. You can enjoy campfire outside forest limits. It's great as you are cut away from the world and living in the lap of nature.
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Nivedith Gajapathy

  • Tourist
  • Nivedith Gajapathy
  • Lives in Bangalore
  • 170 photos
  • 39 Reviews
  •  522 helpful votes
  •  3817 readers

"A place close to Sanjay Dubri National park"

  • 5.5/7
  • Posted Dec 4, 2016
Parsili village is located in Majhauli Tehsil of Sidhi district in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is situated 20km away from sub-district headquarter Majhauli and 60 km away from district headquarter Sidhi.

If you are looking out for some wildlife and adventure. You must visit Sanjay dubri tiger reserve which is in Parsili, MP. You can stay at the Parsili resorts which is located close to the tiger reserve and is on the banks of a river that allows you a beautiful view of the river from your room.
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Mahesh Suthar

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  • Mahesh Suthar
  • Lives in Jodhpur
  • 218 photos
  • 27 Reviews
  •  316 helpful votes
  •  15709 readers

"Get lost in the wilderness"

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted Dec 2, 2016
Parsili is a relatively lesser known village that guards the Sanjay Dubri National park near Satna. What I loved the most about parlili is the fact that they have no cellphone towers forget internet connection. The national park is said to have a dozen tigers, wolves, bears, chitals, sambars and over a hundred resident and migratory birds. If you're looking for a getaway away from the commotion and the constant email notifications from office, this is the ideal place!
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Neelima V

  • Tourist
  • Neelima V
  • Lives in Chennai
  • 42 photos
  • 20 Reviews
  •  565 helpful votes
  •  3242 readers

"Good place for an offbeat wildlife & nature holiday"

  • 4.5/7
  • Posted Nov 17, 2016
Parsili is a little village in the Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh, more famous as the base to explore the forests of Sanjay Dubri National Park. Situated at a distance of 11kms from the forest gate, the village has a 5-room resort run by MP Tourism right by the side of Banas river. The resort, situated inside a dense forest, is a nice and quiet place to relax and chill out. Bonfires can be arranged by the riverside upon request.

Apart from visiting Sanjay Dubri National Park, there's isn't much to be done at Parsili at the moment but the park is full of thriving wildlife. Wildlife enthusiasts who are looking to get away from the more commercialized national parks and experience uncluttered quiet of jungles and wildlife would find Parsili more to their liking.

Best visited by road from Satna, which is the closest major railhead to Parsili.
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Lakshmi Sharath

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  • Lakshmi Sharath
  • Lives in Chennai
  • 32 photos
  • 20 Reviews
  •  843 helpful votes
  •  2761 readers

"The new wildlife destination in Madhya Pradesh"

  • 5.5/7
  • Posted Nov 17, 2016
Parsili is a small little village in Madhya Pradesh and it is known for the Sanjay Dubri National Park, one of the new tiger reserves to jump onto the wagon of tiger tourism. However being a new wildlife sanctuary, sighting is not all that easy. Parsil is close to Rewa. It is rather remote and is flocked by tourists who are into wildlife, birds and nature. You can spend about one night and two days here and it is more than enough here.
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