Location & History

Pench National Park claims 758 sq kms of the lower southern ranges of the Satpura hills of Central India. The park is named after the River Pench which divides it into Seoni and Chhindwara districts.

For those who are in a dilemma of how to reach Pench national park; here is the answer. The park is located near Turia gate, Seoni district, Kurai Madhya Pradesh. This place is easily accessible via air, road and railways too. For Pench Resorts Booking, one can send us enquiry or can contact the given phone numbers as well.

The well-equipped staff will make sure that the guests enjoy the high level of comfort and security. For Pench safari booking one should not worry at all. One needs to tap the book online option and enter the desired details like name, email and the phone number to proceed with the booking.

Pench was declared a sanctuary in 1977 but raised to the status of national park in 1983. In 1992, it was established as the 19th tiger reserve of India and in 2011, Pench was awarded the "Best Managed Park" by Madhya Pradesh Tourism.

Pench has been an inspiration to several books including R. A. Strendale's 'Seonee - Camp life in Satpura Hills', Forsyth's 'Highlands of Central India' and Dunbar Brander's 'Wild Animals of Central India'. Most notably, Rudyard Kipling brought an unforgettable description of Pench to bookshelves across the world as the setting for his classic tale, 'The Jungle Book'.

More recently David Attenborough filmed his award winning documentaryTiger: Spy in the Jungle in Pench. The innovative project narrates the lives of four tigers as they grow from helpless cubs to making their first kill using footage collected by hidden camerascarried by elephants over a period of two years.

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