|Tiger Reserve at Pench National Park|
Located in southern part of Madhya Pradesh and bordering Maharashtra state, a tiger reserve called Pench National Park attracts many tourists every year. This reserve containing dense woods and rich wildlife was used as a setting by Rudyard Kipling for his famous work, 'The Jungle Book'. It is 19th reserve to have been included in the famous conservation project know as 'Project Tiger'. This wildlife sanctuary comprises of a vast area that is covered with moist tropical deciduous forest. The Pench River that flows through this park and a number of seasonal streams in it, provide great support for its wildlife. Carnivorous animals such as tigers, leopards and civets can be seen along Pench River, looking out for their prey. The reserve also has a variety of herbivorous animals along with several species of birds. This national park is open for visitors between the months of October and June, but remains closed during rainy seasons.
|Bird Watching at Pench National Park|
People visiting Pench can have many services and facilities that are provided at the national park. Eco-tourists would love to be a part of an eco-friendly camp that encourages recycling and reuse of materials. The reserve also offers a friendly environment to physically challenged individuals. Elephant and jeep safaris are conducted for tourists in order to help them make the most of their tour, sighting various animals and birds of this region. Money exchange facilities and a souvenir shop are also of great assistance for all international tourists. Presence of many hotels and resorts around this region would help visitors to have comfortable accommodations that are well-equipped with modern amenities. Guests can have a memorable stay while enjoying all the facilities and mouth-watering delicacies offered in them. A Pench accommodation would provide pleasant memories for tourists as they spend every moment in the lap of nature.