Pench National Park - Seoni
The Pench National Park in Seoni district is in the southern areas of the Satpura hill range, which is the most southern part of MP. The park has abundance of Tiger, Leopard, Wolf, Bison, Deer, reindeer, Peacock, Black buck etc. The famous ‘The Jungle Book’, Rudyard Kipling’s character ‘Mowgli’ and furious ‘Sher Khan’ are integral to this adventure place.The name of this park is derived from the river Pench, which flows through the center of the park and divides the park into two parts. This park was declared a National Park in 1983. There are two gates for entering in Pench National Park at village Karmaziri and Turia. Forest, tourism department and private hotel with vehicle are available for tourist on both these places . The park remains open from October to June every year.
How to Reach:
Pench National Park,can be reached by a 1.5 hour drive from the nearest airport Nagpur.
The Pench National Park is connected by the nearest railway station, Nagpur,by road 1.5 hours drive.
Pench National Park is connected by road through Seoni, Nagpur, Chhindwara.