nearby national parks to pench

National Parks Near Pench

Kanha National Park

The park that inspired the famous novelist Rudyard Kipling is located just 207 km near to Pench. It is spread over 2051.791 sq.km of area and is the largest national park in central India. It is beautifully adorned with more than 200 flowering trees. 

Kanha is ruled by the Bengal tiger Munna (T-17) who has a 'CAT' mark on his forehead.

There are 22 mammal species, 1300 plus bird species, 26 reptile species, and 115 varieties of butterflies in Kanha tiger reserve. They can be spotted in any of 8 safari zones. 

Kanha national park offers the tour on an open Jeep, canter, and elephant. Elephant safari is the famous one.

Bandhavgarh National Park

The park which is famous for the Hot air balloon safari is located just 250 km near to Kanha. It encompasses around 1,536 Sq Km of forest area having 300 beautiful species of flora.

All the Bengal tigers in Bandhavgarh are the descendants of the Charger and Sita. 

The Bandhavgarh tiger reserve is blessed with 37 species of mammals, 250 bird varieties, 26 reptile species, and 80 varieties of butterflies. 

There are 3 core zones and 3 buffer zones in Bandhavgarh tiger reserve. Core zones are Tala, Magdhi, and Khitauli. Tala is the favourite zone of the safari lovers as it is here where the Bengal tigers are spotted mostly. The buffer zones consist of Dhamokhar, Johila & Panpatha.

Tadoba National Park

Maharashtra's oldest and largest national park is spread around 1727 sq. km of forest area. It is only 225 near Pench Tiger Reserve.

This national park is governed by the Queen Maya - A powerful tigress of Tadoba.

The Tadoba tiger reserve consists of 62 species of mammals, 800 bird varieties, 30 reptile species, and 111 varieties of butterflies. It is decorated by more than 740 wonderful species of flora. 

There are 4 safari zones in the tiger reserve namely Moharli, Kolara, ‘Pangadi & Zari’, and Navegaon. 

Tadoba tiger reserve offers safari on Open Jeep, Canter, and mini bus. Open Jeep is the most famous safari here.

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park, situated near the town of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan, northern India, is a vast wildlife reserve. Formerly a royal hunting ground, it's now a famous tiger reserve known for its majestic Bengal tigers.

The park encompasses an area of 1,334 square kilometers [1] and is teeming with diverse wildlife species. Besides tigers, the park is home to leopards, marsh crocodiles, and a variety of birds.

One of the park's most interesting landmarks is the imposing 10th-century Ranthambore Fort, situated on a hilltop, offering scenic vistas. Another noteworthy site is the Ganesh Mandir temple. The park also features Padam Talao Lake, known for its abundance of water lilies.

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