Optional Add on :
Assorted Cheeses and crackers
Jumbo shrimp with Bloody Mary Cocktail Sauce
Artichoke Heart Dip with Garlic Crostini
‘Bone Appetite’ Baby Back Ribs
Honey Ginger Glazed Chicken
Weeping Maui Onion Tartlets
Dark triple chocolate Brownies
White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies
Fresh Kona Coffee
Pench National Park: 758 sq. km.
Pench National Park is located in the southern reaches of the Satpuda Hills, and is named after the Pench River, which winds through the park from north to south.
Pench National Park borders with Madhya Pradesh in south Maharashtra, in Seoni and Chhindwara districts. This tiger reserve has a glorious history, its rich natural beauty serving as the original setting of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. The vegetation supported ranges widely from moist, sheltered valleys to open, dry deciduous forest and over 1,200 species of plants, including rare and endangered.
Due to the lush and generous diversity of its habitat, Pench National Park boasts the highest density of herbivores in India at 90.3 animals per square kilometer:
Key predators are:
Other native animals include:
There are over 285 species of birds, resident and migratory, including:
The Pench Tiger Reserve is world-renowned for bird watchers. Along with over 50 species of fishes, 10 amphibians, 30 reptiles, 45 butterflies, 54 moths and numerous other insects, migratory birds and waterfowl include: