Pench National Park
The Pench National Park is one of the most popular sanctuaries that are located in the southern gradients of the Satpura ranges. It is well known for its varied flora and fauna spreading over a vast extend of 275 square kilometers. It has a tropical dry deciduous forest in which one can be seen the core vegetation is the Teak plant that is famed for the white Kullu trees. There is The River Pench which divides the National Park into two, forms the sustenance of the Park.
The Pench National Park is quite famous in fauna as tourists can find a plenty of rare species. The park is also known = as the nineteenth tiger reserve of India that offers a delightful sight of odd varieties of birds also. It is spacious house of wild boar, sambar, gaur, panther and macaque, chital, blue bull, barking deer, langoor, bear, wild dog’s tiger and civet cat. Moreover, the government of India has maintained it quite well that has achieved the prestigious award from the first-rate administration.
Pench tiger reserve has gained the highest density of herbivores animals in India. One can see Sambar, nilgai, Cheetal on the open spots on the riverbanks, roadsides. One can get really a superb experience, which will definitely bring a worth-while time for the visitors.
Jeep Safaris are the exciting ride in which one can travel the thick jungle with a finicky feeling. Besides this, one can go a pleasant walk through the deep woods.