About Bhagvan Jungle Camp, Pench
Baghvan Jungle Camp Just 5 minutes from the entrance of the Pench Tiger Reserve at Turia and 15 minutes from the turn-off on NH7 at Khawasa (Madhya Pradesh, India).
The charm of the old forest rest houses has been blended with modern conveniences in picturesque and comfortable cottages. Each unit in the cottage is completely independent with bedroom, bathroom and verandah.
About the Jungle Camp
The most accessible tiger reserve in the country, Pench is just 80 kms (1 hour and 30 minutes) north of Nagpur on the excellent NH 7.
Nagpur is the geographic center of India and one of the best-connected cities (flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and a host of overnight trains that pass through Nagpur) in the entire country.
This accessibility also makes Pench an ideal weekend get away. It is a wonderful alternative to the other tiger reserves of Madhya Pradesh like Kanha and Bandhavgarh
About Pench National Park
One of Central India's lesser known reserves, Pench National Park is situated in the Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh.
Dominated by hills, forests and valleys, this national park derives its name from the Pench River, which meanders its way through the entire stretch of the 757 km² park. The river runs from north to south, dividing the park into almost equal western and eastern halves – the well forested areas of Chhindwara and Seoni districts respectively. Kala Pahar, the park's highest hill, reaches 650 m above sea level.
A typical Central Indian teak jungle, Pench supports a rich variety of wildlife, including the tiger, leopard, wild dog, gaur, sambar, chital and brilliant birdlife. The Park's open habitat not only lends well to wildlife viewing, but it also offers striking views of the area's sheer beauty. This national park received international recognition from Rudyard Kipling's classic tale, the Jungle Book.