Positioned in the southern reaches of the Satpura range, Pench National Park is divided by river Pench into practically two equal parts. This rich expanse is an abode to over 286 local and migratory birds and king of Indian forests - the Royal Bengal Tiger.
Pench National Park, with its royal tigers and a number of other wild animals and birds, will reinstate the excitement you used to have, while seeing ‘Mowgli battle Sher Khan’ in the world famous serial The Jungle Book. The wildlife park is well-liked especially for its beautiful landscape and thrilling night safaris.
The Pench National Park is unlocked for the tourists from 5 a.m.- 7 p.m. The wildlife sanctuary can be easily reached by rail, road and air.