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Pench National Park



Conjures up images of Mowgli, Bagheera and the “bear necessities”. Immortalised by Rudyard Kipling in The Jungle Book.



The Pench river meandering through its entire stretch, along with the open hilly terrain, teak forests and jungle streams form a heart-stopping
beautiful landscape.



A landscape that supports vibrant and diverse flora and fauna.



Located on the southern region of the Satpura hills is named after Pench river which flows from north to south through the Pench National Park.



In 1992, Pench has been included under the umbrella of "Project Tiger" as the 19th Project Tiger


Pench - Flora & Fauna



The forested area is a blend of dry deciduous forest and
tropical moist deciduous forest, and is rich with beautiful
shrubs trees and climbers. Teak, Mahua, Tendu, Bija,
Amaltas and Palas all find their home here. While
charmingly swaying bamboo grasses line the water courses
and dot the valleys.



Pench’s gorgeous landscape is home to a number of
endangered species. Twenty-five glorious tigers share the
prey animals with the leopard, wolf, jungle cat, dhol (Indian
wild dog), hyena and jackal. Chital, sambhar, muntjac, gaur,
wild boar, langur and rhesus macaques also roam these


Pench is a birdwatcher’s paradise. Three hundred
fascinating and beautiful species fill the skies with their
calls. Parakeets, hornbills, kingfishers, barbets, minivets,
orioles, wagtails and a host of majestic raptors, including
the crested serpent eagle, crested hawk eagle and
white-eyed buzzard.


October to January- Cold 16* to 3* C
February to March- Cool 16* C to 26* C
April to June- 26 * to 42* C

Park Timings

The Pench National Park is open to the visitors from
October 1st to June 30th each year and closed during the
rainy seasons (July- Sept.)

Best Viewed 1024 * 768 Photo credit :- Mr. Les Halpin,Mr.Yuwaraj Gurjar & Mr.Kamaal