Wildlife enthusiast and nature lovers from all parts of India visit Pench National Park and roam the forest in search of tigers. A safari through the 757 sq km area of the park inspires and delights visitors a lot and keeps them hopeful of finding lots of elusive animals. Surrounded by hills, forests and valleys, the park has got its name from the winding Pench River which runs through it.

Pench National Park may be among the lesser-known parks of India but it does not take away anything from its richness of flora and fauna and its natural beauty. This central Indian teak jungle has several streams, hilly terrains and a rich variety of wildlife. Nestled in the Satpuda hills and located on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, the park is a major attraction in Seoni and Chhindwara districts.

Pench National Park, and its tiger reserve, is not only popular for its natural wealth but also for its being the inspiration behind the Rudyard Kipling's classics, The Jungle Book. Over 1200 species of plants including several rare and endangered varieties and high population of Chital and Sambar make it a famous place for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts alike. Visit the park and enjoy the nature at its best.