Pench Tiger Reserve
Pench Tiger Reserve is situated on the border of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, which is nearly at a distance of 90 km from Nagpur. Covering an area of 257.26 sq km, Pench Tiger Reserve is covered with the southern topical dry deciduous forest.
Pench Tiger Reserve falls under the ‘Project Tiger’ network for special reserves. It is the panoramic exquisiteness of this region that has been described as early as the start of the 20th century by naturalists like Captain J. Forsyth in ‘Highlands of Central India’ and by author Rudyard Kipling in the famous ‘Jungle Book’.
Pench Tiger Reserve can be visited in the months between October and June. Nagpur is the nearest airport and railway station (70 km) and it is advised to plan your trip well in advance by expert wildlife tour operator like www.Book-My-Safari.com