Kanha National Park is located in the Maikal range of Satpuras in the Madhya Pradesh state, which is a part of the central Indian highlands. The fact that the national park is now known as the Tiger Reserve and is being praised as one of the top wildlife refuges in the world is fascinating to note. The Kanha National Park, which is spread across the Mandala and Kalaghat revenue districts, was first designated as a reserve forest in 1879 and later changed to a wildlife sanctuary in 1933. Seoni and Chhindwara districts contain Pench National Park. One of India’s most well-known wildlife sanctuaries is Pench National Park, so named from the clean River Pence that runs through it. The popular Rudyard Kipling book “The Jungle Book,” released in 1894, also includes a scene from the park.
For those who enjoy nature, the surrounding lavish meadows, wooded strands, and deep crimson forests offer breathtaking chances for sightseeing. In addition to purifying the environment and boosting its beauty and attractiveness, the clean streams that wind through the deep jungle help enrich the local species. The 5 days / 4 nights tour will be a once in a lifetime experience for you to enjoy both the wildlife sanctuaries.
Kanha Pench Wildlife Tour Itinerary Package
Day 1 :Arrival at Pench
The Namaste India Trip representative will receive you at Nagpur railway station and drive you safely to Pench National Park. After you check into the resort booked for you take some rest and have your lunch. In the afternoon, head for the forest and enjoy a great bird watching session or visit the tribal village or get to the ‘potter’s village’ to get closer to the culture and heritage of this place. In the evening you could head for the lake to enjoy the sunset and return to your resort for dinner and night stay.
Day 2 :At Pench
On day 2 after breakfast you will start for the National Park exploration which will include the Nature Shop and Nature Interpretation Centre visits- both of which are located at the entrance gate of the park. This will be followed by a jungle safari of the park with glimpses if the flora, fauna and aviary population of the region. After you have had enough of the animals and birds viewing you can return to the resort before dark for dinner and night stay.
Day 3 :Pench to Kanha
Day 3 starts with breakfast after which you will leave the resort and advance towards Kanha National Park. It is a 3-hour (approximately) drive, and when you reach Kanha you will be checked into the resort here. After lunch you can take some rest and head for the nearby villages in this area in the late afternoon. You can also buy yourself something as souvenir from the ‘weekly marts’ held in these villages. Get back to the resort for dinner and rest.
Day 4 :At Kanha
Post breakfast on day 3 you will head for the National Park where again you will come across the animals and vegetation of this area. Although, jeep safari is a good option for exploring the park, you can opt for elephant rides that will make the journey more exciting and give you a closer interaction with the wildlife existing here. You may even chance upon the endangered ‘Royal Bengal Tiger’ as you tour this wildlife conservation area. Return to your resort before dark and after dinner get a good night’s rest.
Day 5 :Return to Nagpur
On the final day an early breakfast will be served after which you will make a 3-hour drive back to Nagpur. The Namaste India Trip representative will assist you to the railway station for you to head home safely with lots of amazing memories of the wildlife you have witnessed.
- Visit to the Pench National Park
- Be a part of the bird watching and enjoy the potters village or the tribal village
- The best jungle safari tours ever
- Welcome to the Kanha Tiger Reserve
- Have a glance of the Royal Bengal Tiger
- Enjoy the local tribal cuisine
- All car / taxi / cab service
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- Meals as per itinerary
- Driver allowance, parking fees, fuel charges
- Pick up and drop off service
- Medical and travel insurance
- Any expense of personal nature
- Monument entrance fees
- Tipping, phone bills, etc.
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions section