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Safari Price & Zone
Safari Zones Touria, Karmajhiri, Jhamtara, Sillari, Chorbahuli, Khursapar, Teliya, Rukhad, Khawasa
Weekdays Core Zones INR 7500 (Indian) | INR 13500 (Foreigner) | Zones - Kanha, Kisli, Mukki, Sarhi
Weekends Core Zones INR 8500 (Indian) | INR 15000 (Foreigner) | Zones - Kanha, Kisli, Mukki, Sarhi
Buffer Zones INR 7500 (Indian) | INR 9000 (Foreigner) | Zones - Khapa, Khatiya, Phen, Sijora
Safari Months Pench Safari Timings
From 1st October to 31st October 06.30 am - 10.00 am & 02.30 pm - 06.00 pm
From 1st November to 31st January 07.00 am - 10.30 am & 02.00 pm - 05.30 pm
From 1st February to 31st march 06.30 am - 10.00 am & 02.30 pm - 06.00 pm
From 1st April to 15th May 06.00 am - 09.30 am & 03.00 pm - 06.30 pm
From 16th May to 30th June 06.00 am - 09.30 am & 03.30 pm - 07.00 pm

PENCH NATIONAL PARK

Pench National Park is a national park located in the southern part of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is one of the most popular national parks in India, and is known for its tiger population, as well as its diverse flora in pench. The park is located in the Satpura Range, and covers an area of 758 square kilometers.

It is divided into two parts by the Pench River, which flows through the park from north to south. The eastern part of the park is located in Madhya Pradesh, and the western part of the park is located in Maharashtra. Pench National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including tigers, leopards, sloth bears, dholes, sambar deer, chital deer, and barking deer. The park is also home to a variety of bird species, including peacocks, hornbills, and kingfishers.

PENCH NATIONAL PARK, MADHYA PRADESH

Within the park, there are several entry points leading to its core safari zones. For example, Turia Gate is a well-known entry point, granting access to the heart of Pench National Park. It's a place where many wildlife enthusiasts begin their journey into the wild. Karmajhiri Gate, another entry point in Madhya Pradesh, is celebrated not only for its wildlife sightings but also for its breathtaking beauty scenes. It offers a starting point for your adventure.

Jamtara Gate signal visitors to explore Pench's lush landscapes and offers a chance to immerse themselves in the wonders of nature.

Additionally, there's the Wolf Sanctuary Gate also known as khawasa gate, which leads to a unique area within the park dedicated to wolf conservation. It provides a fascinating opportunity for wildlife enthusiasts to explore this distinctive habitat.

Pench Tiger Reserve

Jamtara Gate signal visitors to explore Pench's lush landscapes and offers a chance to immerse themselves in the wonders of nature.

Additionally, there's the Wolf Sanctuary Gate also known as khawasa gate, which leads to a unique area within the park dedicated to wolf conservation. It provides a fascinating opportunity for wildlife enthusiasts to explore this distinctive habitat.

Runi Jhuni Nature Walking Trail

PENCH NATIONAL PARK, MAHARASHTRA

Crossing the Pench River into the state of Maharashtra reveals another face of Pench National Park. This Maharashtra side spans 257 square kilometers and is characterized by its dense jungle environment.

On this side, you'll discover the primary entry point, Sillari Gate. Sillari Gate serves as the gateway to the core area of Pench National Park in Maharashtra, where your wildlife adventures on this side of the park will begin.

Khursapar Gate, also located in Maharashtra, invites visitors to explore the natural beauty and wildlife that this region has to offer. In addition to the core gates, Pench National Park also provides access to buffer zones through several entry points.

On Madhya Pradesh side there are Rukhad gate, Teliya gate, Kumbhapani gate and on Maharashtra side there are Saleghat gate, Kolitmara gate, chorbahuli gate which offer opportunities to explore the park’s buffer areas and witness the diverse flora and fauna that call these zones home.

Khursapar Gate, also located in Maharashtra, invites visitors to explore the natural beauty and wildlife that this region has to offer. In addition to the core gates, Pench National Park also provides access to buffer zones through several entry points.

On Madhya Pradesh side there are Rukhad gate, Teliya gate, Kumbhapani gate and on Maharashtra side there are Saleghat gate, Kolitmara gate, chorbahuli gate which offer opportunities to explore the park’s buffer areas and witness the diverse flora and fauna that call these zones home.

EXciting Jeep Safari Adventures in Pench National Park

As you jump into a sturdy jeep, your expert guide will lead you on an adventure through the park. With the wind in your hair and excitement in the air, keep your eyes open for the majestic Royal Bengal tigers. These big cats are the stars of the show, but there's so much more to see. Pench is a wildlife wonderland, and your jeep safari will introduce you to a cast of characters, from the elusive leopards and sloth bears to graceful deer and playful langurs.

The park's various birdlife will also enchant you, with peacocks, hornbills, and kingfishers gracing the skies. The jeep's open design ensures unobstructed views and great photo opportunities. Your guide's expertise will help you spot wildlife hidden in the thick forests or drinking by the Pench River's banks. Every moment promises excitement and discovery. Whether you're an wildlife enthusiast or just curious about nature's wonders. It's a chance to connect with the wild, breathe in the fresh air, and create lasting memories in one of India's most iconic national parks. So, pack your sense of adventure and embark on a Jeep Safari in Pench today!