Wildlife Safari Timing In Pench Tiger Reserve

Pench National Park, one of the best places for jungle safari in India knows how to give travellers the best wildlife experiences they have been looking. Gracefully shared between Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, the park has safari scheduled in the morning, and evening which is different for both the states and are decided by the higher authorities of Pench National Park.

While summers and winters have their different time slots, sunset and sunrise also play quite an important role in the safari timing. As per an important rule, the park opens up 30 minutes before sunrise and closes its door 30 minutes prior to sunset. Besides, the management also changes the timings keeping any VIP visit in mind


How to reach 

By Air

Pench National park is just 93 kms from The Sonegaon airport in Nagpur. Nagpur is well connected to other major cities by air route.


By Rail

The Seoni Railway Station is approximately 30 kms from the Pench National Park. It is the nearest Railway Station to Pench and it has regular frequency of trains running in and out, connecting the place to Mumbai and other major cities. Alternatively Nagpur is the best junction to reach from where you can get road transfers to Pench.


By Road

You can easily catch Buses from Nagpur bus stand to reach Pench National Park. Nagpur has a good network of Roadways and it well connected to all places in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. You can also hire taxis or other private rental cars and reach Pench via Nagpur- Jabalpur highway. If you are planning to take the bus from Nagpur, you will have to get down at Khwasa or Suktara and then travel ahead by private transport.


NEAR BY Attractions to Pench 

Deolapar - Visit a unique project where usefulmedicines and other products are scientificallyprepared using PANCHGAVYA - 5 products made

from secretions, excretions of the cow urine,excreta, milk clarified butter and curds (Yogurt).


Deolapar is a small town in the Nagpur district in Nagpur division of Vidarbha region of Maharashtra state in India. Being on the border of two states, the town has the mixed culture among people, who are mainly from Marthi-speaking Maharashtra and Hindi-speaking Madhya Pradesh state


Ram Temple complex at Ramtek:Nesting in the picturesque setting of Ambagad range, bound by Ramgiri hill, Kaikai hill and several lakes, city of Ramtek stands testimony to religious & cultural heritage of the region. Located 50 km northeast of from Nagpur, Ramtek though primarily known for the revered Shri Ram Mandir (Gadh Mandir), has a plethora of architectural landmarks within its vicinity. Lush green landscape with undulating terrain and several small lakes, provides ideal back drop to spiritual environment of the city. Natural beauty of the place, along with its architectural heritage and religious events, impart a distinct medieval character to the town.


Nagardhan Fort:Nagardhan, ancient Nandivardhan, the first capital of the Vakatakas, is 34 kms northeast of Nagpur and about 5kms south of Ramtek, famous for its fortified hill temple.


Dragon Temple - a Buddhist Temple at Kamptee:About 20 kilometers from the city of Nagpur is a place called Kampee where this Buddhist temple attracts tourists every year. Here, devotees are often seen chanting Buddhist prayers and meditating for hours and hours at stretch.The temple has proven to be a great city escape during the summers for Nagpurians when the scorching heat can become a little too unbearable. A drive or two-wheeler ride early in the morning is the best way to travel and make the most of overall experience to this getaway. 

Courtsey by Maharashtra Tourism 

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