Pench National Park
Nestled in the Southern slopes of the Satpura ranges of Central India lies Pench National Park famous for hills, forests, valleys, flora and fauna. It derives its name from the river "Pench" that drifts through the park from North to South stretching across two states – Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. The history of Pench is rich and fascinating and unveils captivating and enjoyable facets of culture and life cycle of the cultures of Pench.
The famous jungle book written by Rudyard Kippling has all the characters to be traced out in Pench starting from the man-cub "MOWGLI" to "BALOO" the bear, and "SHER KHAN" the tiger.
The population of tigers in Pench is 53. The number of sightings has doubled in the last three year, and most guests from the olive have reported seeing tigers. Our jungle drives are led by experience, professional, local naturalists and take place in each vehicle can accommodate up to six guests.
We also help you plan and book a jungle safari along with an experienced forest guide who will help you discover forest and help track other wildlife species providing you with the best exotic wildlife experience.