Pench National Park

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Place Name:
Pench National Park

Languages spoken: English, Hindi

Area:
292.8 square kilometres

Currency:
Indian Rupees

Pench National Park – Treasure Trove of Wild Attractions and Activities

Pench National Park, popular for Pench tiger safari, in Madhya Pradesh elaborates on how exciting a wildlife tour can be. The park has been instrumental in preserving the populace of tiger, India’s National Animal, and thus Pench tiger tours draw wildlife enthusiasts from all over. Spread over state’s Seoni and Chhindwara districts, the park along with the nearby Kanha National Park serves as the backdrop for the famous Jungle Book that immortalized the character of Mowgli and it becomes evident on a Pench jeep safari.

Interesting Aspects of Pench Tiger Tours

  • Pench tiger safari is possible on jeep and can also be enjoyed from elephant’s back. It is out of the world to watch these regal creatures fearlessly ruling their kingdom.
  • The park gets its name from Pench River that enhances the region’s beauty and is popular for rafting expeditions.
  • Apart from Pench tiger tours, the park is popular for diverse wild species like sambar, wild boar, chital, nilgai, jackal, leopard, sloth bear, striped hyena and gaur among others, the park also has significant population of birds like bulbul, mynas, barbets, waterfowls, orioles, kingfishers and wagtails that can be explored on Pench jeep safari.
  • The forest cover is dominated by teaks, bamboos, saja, haldu, bija and many near-to-extinction trees and plants. A noteworthy feature is the growth of kulu (Indian ghost trees) known for their white barks that add worth to the Pench tiger tours.
  • Pench tiger safari has been featured in numerous books as well as wildlife documentaries.

The park has two entry points at Karmajhiri and Turiya. Pench jeep safari or Pench tiger safari to explore tigers is recommended during summers in March and April, though the best time for Pench tiger tours is from October to April. Nagpur Airport and Seoni Railway Station are the nearest access points and the park has good connectivity by road.

How To Reach Pench National Park


The Pench National park and Tiger Reserve is one of the most easily reachable wildlife parks in India. Located in the southern borders of Madhya Pradesh and the borders of Maharashtra, this wildlife park is visited by a large number of tourists and wildlife enthusiasts throughout the year.

 By Air

The Sonegaon airport in Nagpur is 93 kms from the Pench National park. There are regular flights connecting Nagpur to all other major cities in India.

By Train

The Seoni Railway Station is about 30 kms from the Pench National Park. It is the nearest railhead to Pench and has regular trains running in and out, connecting the place to Mumbai and other places.

By Road

Buses and jeeps can be taken to the Pench National Park from the bus stand which is at Seoni.. Seoni is linked to all places Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra by a good network of Roadways. Pench on the Nagpur- Jabalpur highway is accessible by local transport options such as taxis. If you plan to take the bus from Nagpur, you will have to get down at Suktara or Khwasa.

+ Overview

Place Name:
Pench National Park

Languages spoken: English, Hindi

Area:
292.8 square kilometres

Currency:
Indian Rupees

Pench National Park – Treasure Trove of Wild Attractions and Activities

Pench National Park, popular for Pench tiger safari, in Madhya Pradesh elaborates on how exciting a wildlife tour can be. The park has been instrumental in preserving the populace of tiger, India’s National Animal, and thus Pench tiger tours draw wildlife enthusiasts from all over. Spread over state’s Seoni and Chhindwara districts, the park along with the nearby Kanha National Park serves as the backdrop for the famous Jungle Book that immortalized the character of Mowgli and it becomes evident on a Pench jeep safari.

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Interesting Aspects of Pench Tiger Tours

  • Pench tiger safari is possible on jeep and can also be enjoyed from elephant’s back. It is out of the world to watch these regal creatures fearlessly ruling their kingdom.
  • The park gets its name from Pench River that enhances the region’s beauty and is popular for rafting expeditions.
  • Apart from Pench tiger tours, the park is popular for diverse wild species like sambar, wild boar, chital, nilgai, jackal, leopard, sloth bear, striped hyena and gaur among others, the park also has significant population of birds like bulbul, mynas, barbets, waterfowls, orioles, kingfishers and wagtails that can be explored on Pench jeep safari.
  • The forest cover is dominated by teaks, bamboos, saja, haldu, bija and many near-to-extinction trees and plants. A noteworthy feature is the growth of kulu (Indian ghost trees) known for their white barks that add worth to the Pench tiger tours.
  • Pench tiger safari has been featured in numerous books as well as wildlife documentaries.

The park has two entry points at Karmajhiri and Turiya. Pench jeep safari or Pench tiger safari to explore tigers is recommended during summers in March and April, though the best time for Pench tiger tours is from October to April. Nagpur Airport and Seoni Railway Station are the nearest access points and the park has good connectivity by road.

+ How To Reach Pench National Park

How To Reach Pench National Park


The Pench National park and Tiger Reserve is one of the most easily reachable wildlife parks in India. Located in the southern borders of Madhya Pradesh and the borders of Maharashtra, this wildlife park is visited by a large number of tourists and wildlife enthusiasts throughout the year.

 By Air

The Sonegaon airport in Nagpur is 93 kms from the Pench National park. There are regular flights connecting Nagpur to all other major cities in India.

By Train

The Seoni Railway Station is about 30 kms from the Pench National Park. It is the nearest railhead to Pench and has regular trains running in and out, connecting the place to Mumbai and other places.

By Road

Buses and jeeps can be taken to the Pench National Park from the bus stand which is at Seoni.. Seoni is linked to all places Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra by a good network of Roadways. Pench on the Nagpur- Jabalpur highway is accessible by local transport options such as taxis. If you plan to take the bus from Nagpur, you will have to get down at Suktara or Khwasa.

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