Located in the southern reaches of Satpura Hills, Pench National Park is full of beautiful natural surroundings, and has numerous species of wild animals and birds. This national park has been named after the Pench river, which flows through it from north to south. It is the 19th tiger reserve to come under 'Project Tiger', a project initiated by the government of India to protect the Bengal Tigers from extinction.
|Night Safari at Pench National Park|
With vast expanses of greenery comprising of scenic valleys and deciduous forest, a trip to Pench would be of great delight for nature lovers. Best time to visit this fascinating wildlife reserve is during the period between February and April. It remains closed during the monsoon months of July, August, and September. Not many people know that Pench National Park served as the location for BBC's wildlife series, 'Tiger:Spy in the Jungle', which was narrated by Sir David Attenborough. The safari resorts at Pench provide comfortable accommodations for tourists who wish to spend a memorable holiday in this region.
|Amazing wildlife Of Pench|
Tourists can explore the wild animals and birds of this national park with the help of wildlife safaris. Such tours are conducted early in the morning to help the visitors in sighting maximum number of animals and birds.