The Pench National park in the Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra and Maharashtra border has been renowned for the rich flora and fauna there. It is also one of the most dynamic national parks in India. Declared a Tiger reserve in 1992 , it is the 19th Tiger Reserve of the country. The nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts can have eventful experiences at the Pench National park camps. These are eco friendly camps which make use of recycling, reusing resources etc.
The Happenings in Pench National Park
The activities in Pench national park include safaris such as Jeep safaris, Elephant Safaris, walking Safaris of 12 kms etc. The nature walks are organized from Raiyakassi to Karmajhiri and is not allowed in the rest of the park area.. When a tiger is spotted, the mahouts take the visitors on a ride to show off the pride of the Forest. There are also slide shows and video shows that are shown of the Pench National park. Winter months can be the best time for the bird watchers since the Pench National park becomes the hub of all kinds of different varieties of winter birds. This National park is also well known for being the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling for the world famous tale of Jungle Book that he wrote about a boy being raised by a pack of wolves.