Pench National Park is located on the border of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, which is at a distance of 70 km from Nagpur. The National Park covers an area of 257.26 sq km. It is covered with the southern topical dry deciduous forest. Pench National Park comes under the Project Tiger network for special reserves.
Tiger, panther, gaur, sambar, chital, barking deer, blue bull, macaque,
langoor, wild boar, bear, wild dogs and civet cat are the wild animals
which are found in this National Park. This undulating terrain is
covered with small hills, steeply sloping on the sides.
For accommodation, there is Pench Jungle camp, which spreads out over
11acres with 12 Deluxe Safari style canvas tents, waterproof, pitched on
a platform. There are also 4 spacious A/C rooms with attached toilets.
All the rooms have attached bathroom, tiled, running hot and cold water,
with LPG geysers, anti skid bathroom tiles. Billiards room, Pool table,
Badminton courts, host of indoor games, swimming Pool with a filtration
plant, Wildlife research center, Coffee maker in room and multi cuisine
Restaurant are also there at the camp.
It is best to visit the Pench National Park between February and April.
Nagpur is the nearest airport and railway station (70 km).
Pench National Park is famous for its tigers.