We're going to Pench National Park this morning. Check into the resort when you arrive.
Mowgli, Bagheera, and the "needs of the bear" come to mind while thinking of Pench National Park. He is sometimes wrongly considered as a stepbrother of Bandhavgarh, despite being immortalized by Rudyard Kipling in The Jungle Book. When the Pench River, coupled with the open mountainous terrain, teak woods, and jungle streams, snakes its full length, the result is a breathtakingly gorgeous environment. A landscape with diverse and lively flora and wildlife.
Several endangered species call Pench home. Wild creatures found here include tigers, leopards, wolves, jungle cats, dhol (Indian wild dog), hyena, and jackal. This jungle is also home to chital, sambhar, muntjac, gaur, warthog, langur, and rhesus macaques.
Tuli Tiger Corridor/Equivalent 3* hotel.
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