India’s famous rich wildlife, accommodates most of itself right here at the Pench National Park. From tigers, leopards, jackals and us humans, all form a habitat amidst verdant forests spanning over an enthralling amount of expanse measuring a whopping 758 square kilometres. Not surprisingly, this is where Rudyard Kipling based Mowgli's adventures, and his battle with the furious Sher Khan, on this very place. Just like the tale, you will come in close contact with wildlife here.
The national park derives its name after being separated into two equal parts by the river Pench, in the Satpura mountain ranges. The two parts - Indira Priyadarshini and the Mowgli Pench Sanctuary are rich and wealthy in terms of being a tiger reserve with a glorious history.
What you witness here is an outstanding mosaic of vegetation ranging from moist, sheltered valleys to open, dry deciduous forest. The undulating topography is home to over 1200 species of plants as well asover 285 resident and migratory birds. The park promises, especially are noteworthy.
If you are a wilderness enthusiast or a wildlife photographer, you are certain to have a great time here.