Pench National Park
Pench is a close neighbor to Kanha in terms of proximity, but stands on its own in terms of geography. Pench is a mostly flat parcel and is home to a large Teak forest. Legend has it that this was the place that provided Rudyard Kipling the inspiration and setting for his iconic novel, The Jungle Book. Although not one of the more noted parks for tiger sightings, there is a large and wonderful array of animals and flora here. The scenic and wide Pench River gives life to this amazing national treasure.
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