Hotels in Pench

Pench National Park

Pench National Park is one of the well-known national parks in India. It’s found in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh. Pench was declared as national park in 1968. Sprawling in a place of 437 sq km, Pench Tiger Reserve has a substantial biodiversity.

Wildlife in Pench National Park

High density of tiger population sees refuge in the thick woods of best hotels in Pench Park. Additionally it is birthplace to other exotic species of fauna including Sambhar, sloth bear, wild boar, and gaur, porcupine, spotted deer, leopards and many more. The park is also heaven for bird lovers as they are able to see numerous avian species steeped eagles, like graying malabar hornbills, blossoming headed parakeets, veterinarian, owls etc.

Lodging in Pench

Pench has enough decent accommodation options for the comfortable stay of guests. Plethora of hotels like Pench Jungle Lodge, Tiger Trail Resort, Royal Tiger Resort,  and Tiger Den Resort. These resorts provide the guest with outstanding services and facilities. The restaurants in the resort serve delightful variety of Indian, Chinese and continental cuisines.

Tourist Joy

Tourist can appreciate the jeep safari early morning to experience the magic of emerald green woods. Drive deep into the jungle in an open jeep and fall upon the majestic Royal Bengal tiger. Visitors can take on woods trail to have a breathless view of environment that are mesmerizing. See the Baghel museum and the beautiful best hotels in Pench fort. Love nature walk into typical Indian village – ‘Tala’ to experience the rural India.

Centers of tourists who desire to experience the wild beauty of the nature come here from around the world. It was the old hunting preserve of Maharaja and at present a well-known natural heart for White Tigers. The wish of seeing freely roaming White Tigers in their natural habitat summons lots of tourists to this area from various parts of the world. According to the official data the density of the Tiger population at Pench is one of the greatest in India. Besides the thrilling experience of seeing Tigers this area is also known for its exotic flora groups, large number of varied avifauna and fauna.

The jungle of this national park essentially consists of primarily of sal trees. Along with this the astonishing flora set this park is known for its 37 species of mammals, more than 250 species of birds, about 70 species of several reptiles and butterflies.