Pench Jungle Safari

About Pench

Pench National park, nestling in the lower southern reaches of the satpuda hills is named after Pench river, meandering through the park from north to south. It is located on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, bordering Maharashtra, in the districts of Seoni and Chhindwara.


Suggested Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive at Nagpur by 0930 hrs (09:30 AM). After breakfast, transfer to the forest resort in close vicinity of Pench National Park. Post lunch, we shall leave for our 1st jungle safari by 1430 hrs (2:30 PM). On returning back to resort, we shall have an interactive session over dinner followed by overnight stay at the forest resort.

Day 2: Leave early morning at around 0530 hrs (5:30 AM) for jungle safari with packed breakfast. Return back to the resort by 1100 hrs (11:00 AM) for some rest followed by lunch. Post lunch, leave for evening jungle safari by 1430 hrs (02:30 PM). On returning back to resort, we shall have an interactive session over dinner followed by overnight stay at the forest resort.

Day 3: Leave early morning at around 0530 hrs (5:30 AM) for jungle safari with packed breakfast. Return to resort by 1100 hrs (11:00 PM) followed by some relaxation. Post lunch, proceed to  Nagpur.

Note that this is a sample itinerary and can be customized as per your requirements. Please use the form below to let us know about your requirements and we shall get back to you with an updated itinerary along with a tentative cost.


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Wilderness of Pench National Park

Pench National Park has been the latest addition to list of wildlife excursions across India at Wild India Eco Tours. This was our 1st tour to Pench and it turned out to be a fantastic trip as the group witnessed some lovely sightings along with good photographic opportunities to capture variety of birds and mammals, including the majestic Bengal Tiger, Wild Dogs (Dholes) and Golden Jackals. We also managed to sight and identify over 50 species of birds – key sightings included 3 species of Vultures, Brown-capped Pygmy Woodpecker, Indian Scops Owl and more… Read More