Pench National Park

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Pench National Park - Grandeur of Rich Legacy!!

An impeccable place to walk down the memory lanes of your childhood days of the famous story ‘The Jungle Book’ and the character "Wolf Child - Mowgli" - penned by Sir Rudyard Kipling. This book was inspired by the true incident of a human child, raised by wolves in the nineteenth century, in the Seonee (now Seoni) district, located in Pench.

Suggested Accommodations


Only a few minutes from the national park entrance these 12 charming stand-alone bungalows are built alongside a picturesque ‘nullah’ (dry riverbed), that demarcates the lodge premises from the national park. Each bungalow at our safari resort in Pench National Park comes with its own rooftop machan, indoor and outdoor shower areas and a private sit-out surrounded by the woods. A colonial theme is nuanced in the guest areas with a vintage radio, crystal candelabras on the dining table and metal chandeliers. Delicate Parsi tiles on the live food counter, woven hyacinth furniture and giant ebony chests add to the elegance of the hall. The Taj Safari Lodge in Baghvan has a delightful infinity pool shaded by trees and overlooking the forest.

Pench Tree Lodge

Snuggled in forty acres of wilderness, lies an eco-luxe resort in Pench, in a small tribal hamlet of Sarahiri. The accommodations are embellished with unique safari style furniture and exquisite local crafts. They keep carbon foot print to the bare minimum, offering the discerning traveller an intimate experience with 16 elegant tree houses and cottages.

Tuli Tiger Corridor

It's a royal retreat, a 550 sqft super luxurious tents that gives the ultimate experience of camping in forest. The sensory experience begins with inviting canopy of exotic blooms, at the entrance, which is a visual and olfactory delight. The view of Ganghar River from the outdoor deck is simply superb; and the scenic beauty of jungle from here is the kind of stuff postcards are made of.


In the heart of India, state of Madhya Pradesh, Pench National Park is located in the districts of Seoni and Chhindwara. Named after the pristine River "Pence" which flows through the park, Pench National Park is one of the most popular wildlife reserves in India. Spread over an area of 1200 sq.km and divided in two states - Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Pench Tiger Reserve has a protected area in the southern extensions to the hills of Satpura, Central India, and was established in 1975, later declared a tiger reserve under Project tiger in 1992.

The Park has mainly southern tropical dry deciduous and dry mixed deciduous forest dominated by teak trees. During the dry season, when the river discontinues to flow it forms small pools that provide the primary watering holes for Tigers and other wildlife present in the area. Indian Marsh crocodile and Turtles can also be seen in these small waterbodies.

Mammals: Tigers, Leopards, Jungle Cat, Indian Wild Dog, Sloth Bear, Barasinga, Four Horned Antelope (Chausingha) Barking Deer (Muntjac), Jackal, Wild boar, Rhesus Macaque, Sambar Deer, Striped Hyena, Civets, Nilgai, Indian Fox.

Birds: Asian Paradise Flycatcher, White Bellied Drongo, Spangled Drongo, Racket Tailed Drongo, Grey & Painted Francolin, Golden Oriole, Black Hooded Oriole, Common Grey Hornbill, Malabar Pied Hornbill, Twany Fish Owl, Barred Jungle Owlet, Spotted Owlet, Brown Fish Owl, Indian Scops Owl, Mottled Wood Owl, Crested Serpent Eagle, Shikra, Common Kestrel, Changeable Hawk Eagle, White Eyed Buzzard, Oriental Honey Buzzard and Indian Pitta.

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