Pench National Park

Pench National Park is located in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, is the 19th Project Tiger Reserve, and has been one of the best-kept secrets among wildlife enthusiasts who have long been acquainted with and bedazzled by its immensely varied flora and fauna.

The Kanha-Pench landscape has been the focus of extensive and diverse research conducted in the region. It has also received active government support to establish the region as a wildlife corridor, making it an ideal case-study for other areas in the Satpura Maikal region and throughout India.

Pench National Park is located in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, is the 19th Project Tiger Reserve, and has been one of the best-kept secrets among wildlife enthusiasts who have long been acquainted with and bedazzled by its immensely varied flora and fauna.

The Park with its undulating land boasts the highest density of herbivores in any Indian Park. It has a large diversity of wildlife, including Leopard, Tiger, Jungle Cat, Dhole (Wild Dog), Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Mongoose, and Gaur. The highest density of herbivores in the area includes Cheetal (Spotted Deer) and Sambar.

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