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Pench tours

Explore Pench

Mowgli on the Go!

Home to the elusive tigers and leopards along with close to 300 species of birds, the Pench Tiger Reserve wasn’t always recognized as one until the late 1970s. In 1977, the place was first declared a wildlife sanctuary, whereas in 1983, it was given the status of a National Park. The park was later recognized as Tiger Reserve in 1992. The park has two access gates for visitors to enter from The Karmajhiri Gate at the north end of the park and the Turiya Gate on the east. Although the safari season opens after the monsoons in early October, the best time to visit the reserve is said to be from November to May.

Park Timings: The operational time of the park changes by season and tends to open anywhere between 5:30 to 6:30 am for the morning visit that closes between 10:30 to 11 am. In the evening batch, the gates open between 3 to 4 pm and close for the day anywhere between 5:30 to 7 pm.

Pench Dam & Reservoir: The massive Pench reservoir provides ample opportunities for boating and sightseeing around the many islands that surround the lake. Paddle boats or Motor boats are both available to tourists and the several islands around also provide reasonable stopover options for tourists to catch a break and take in the sights that surround them.

Pachdhar - Potters Village: About 10 kms from Pench is the small village of Pachdhar inhabiting a handful of 100 families but surrounded by lush paddy fields and vast cotton farms. Little known fact is that the hamlet is also home to the Kumhaars, the native potter community of the region. You can still find many potter families who would more than welcome you for an exercise in the art of pottery in both traditional and new electrical machines.

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