Pench National Park
Pench National Park is known for its wildlife, flora and fauna. Situated between Seoni and Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh, Pench National Park is famous for Tiger Reserves. Not only it is best for Tiger spots, but it also has a variety of flora and fauna. The Park has its name after Pench River has a dense vegetation and forest. One can spot animals like Sambar, Chital, Barking Deer, Nilgai, Gaur, and Black Buck. You can spot the Royal Bengal Tiger and Leopard here. Besides National Park is famous for “Birds” too. This park also has many endangered species that includes Wolf, Leopard, Hyena, Jackal, Wild Boar, and Jungle Cat. The place is a land for more than 300 species of birds because it has many moist deciduous types and dry deciduous plants. Owl breeding is another attraction at Pench National Park.
Best Time to Visit Pench National Park
The park has its peak time starting from the month of February to April. The park is closed in the season of rainfall from July to September. After the rainfall season, tourist love to enjoy a jungle safari in order to spot many wildlife. The summer temperature has a high temperature of 45-degree Celsius is not all suitable for tourist people visit. The season over here is extremely heat and there will no trees or any greenery. “October to February is a good time to visit Pench when the weather is pleasant and the jungle looks lush. The season from November to February has a temperature of 16-degree Celsius and it is pleasant for visiting the place. November and March are the best months for birding when birds come to central India from colder areas to spend winter. Though National Park in Maharashtra remains open throughout a year without any closure for visitors.