Venture into an exciting jungle safari at Pench National Park, one of the leading tiger reserves of India, in Madhya Pradesh. Hop onto an open jeep with binoculars and camera and be prepared to spot various wild animals as you make your way into the dense jungle. Encounter tigers, leopards, nilgais, jackals, spotted deer, sambar deer along with migratory birds like ruddy shelduck, pintail, whistling teal and vegtelete, among 325 species of birds. Visit Khoka Lake in the evening to see the sunset, followed by a night walk in the nature lead by an adept naturalist.
Pench National Park in Madhya Pradesh is one of the premier tiger reserves of India. Your luxurious rooms in the National Park are surrounded by tall trees, located just a kilometer away from Turia Gate of Pench National Park. Dense forests of salai, pickle, moyan and many others spread throughout the jungle. There are also more than 80 grass species found in this National Park. On this trip, you'll get to explore the rich flora and fauna of the national park.
Go on a jungle safari in Pench National Park. | Spot tigers, leopards, jackals, wolves, among other wild animals. | See exotic migratory birds in winter. | Stay in luxurious rooms at the national park.
Check-in to your campsite by 13:00 hours. After lunch, you'll embark on 4-5 hours long jungle safari in an open jeep. Explore the jungle to spot tigers, leopards, jackals, and many other animals and birds on your way. Arrive at Khoka Lake in the evening to watch the sunset. Later, attend an insightful presentation by an expert naturalist, followed by a night walk in nature. Post-dinner, head back to your luxurious tents and sleep well.
Overnight at your tents in the campsite.
Check-in at the campsite by 13:00 hrs and enjoy the jungle safari. Your meal package includes lunch and dinner. Both veg and non-veg meals will be provided during your stay.
Pench National Park
Pench National Park
Lunch | Dinner
No refund will be provided once you book this jungle safari in Pench National Park.
You are not allowed to get out of your vehicle during jungle safari.
Travellers are required to adhere to the instructions of the camp leader.