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Live out your Jungle Book fantasies at Pench National Park, the quietest of Madhya Pradesh’s ‘big three’ wildlife sanctuaries. Home to the endangered Indian wild dog, this forest is a lovely combination of dense canopies of large-leafed teak and mahua, placid watering holes and wide-open grasslands.

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Sample Itineraries

Full day Itinerary

Start bright and early with a morning safari to spot wildlife and birds, buy local goodies, watch skilled potters at work and walk down to Kohka lake for the sunset.

Half day Itinerary 1

Go on an early morning safari, practice stillness with a spot of bird-watching and take the forest by foot.

Half day Itinerary 2

Spend a morning scanning the skies, and explore the forest on foot.

Nagpur’s Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport is appoximately a three-hour drive from Pench. It services flights to major hubs across the country.

Nagpur Railway Station is approximately three hours from Pench and is one of the busiest rail junctions in the country. Most of India’s major metros are an overnight journey away.

The closest bus stations to Pench are located in Nagpur which is very well connected by state buses run by the Maharashtra State Road Corporation as well as privately-operated buses to major cities in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Gujarat, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Most buses ply from the main bus stand in Ganeshpeth.

Pench is reached by road via Nagpur. The Nagpur Aurangabad Mumbai Express Highway is a national highway that connects Nagpur to Maharashtra.