(Valid upto 30 Sept 2018)
No Of Cottages
01 night stay
Room + All meals ( AP )
( Air Conditioned )
• Taxes are extra @ 18%
Group and Conference rates are available on enquiry.
Single occupancy rates - 10% less than the above rates.
• Welcome drink on
• Accommodation on twin sharing basis per couple
• Children upto 5 years are free on the respective package without
extra bed sharing parent's room
• 5- 12 years- 25% & above 12 years- 35% of the tariff with
( or without ) extra bed
All payments to be made in favor of
"Makul Hospitality Pvt Ltd"
HDFC Bank Ac no 0501 2560 003 874
Branch - Mistry Bhavan, Mumbai
IFSC code - HDFC0000501
JUNGLE SAFARI IN OPEN JEEPS
Jungle safaris (by jeep) into
the core zone of the National Park are conducted twice a day.
A qualified naturalist will accompany you on every trip to help
you interpret the exotic flora and fauna of the region. Joy rides
in the forest on elephant-back are also offered during morning
safaris ( Subject to availability and bookings).
The Park is open from 16 Oct to 15 June
There are 2 safaris that can
be taken in a day -
Morning safari - from 6 to 10 AM.
Afternoon safari - from 2 to 6 PM.
For Indians - Rs
This is inclusive of the jeep, entry
costs, expert naturalist and all taxes. Max 6 in a jeep.
For Foreigners - Rs 6500/-
This is inclusive of the jeep,
entry costs, expert naturalist and all taxes. Max 6 in a jeep.
This cost is same for 1 - 6 persons per jeep.
We advice you to book the Jungle
safari in 4x4 open Gypsies in advance.
CANCELLATION - NO
refund is done for any of the above safaris.
All guests must adhere to the Code of conduct during the safaris.
Copy of the same is available at the Resort.
NATURE WALKS -
up-close to nature is fully experienced only when you venture out
and feel the emotions she exudes. Learn everything about the flora
and fauna of the region from our naturalists who will lead you on
Bird watching in
Pench is an excellent pastime with over 210 species of birds being
The Pench region is dominated by dense
forests, but you can also find patches of shrubs around the
periphery as well as a lot of cultivation around the area. The water
bodies inside the park act as an attraction to a wide variety of
water birds. Even when the water bodies recedes, it leaves isolated
pools of water that attract a multitude of birds as fishes are
trapped in them.
Star gazing & Night Safari
of the nicest things about a resort in the wilderness is the
beautiful clear sky above. In the jungle due to almost zero
pollution ,at night the sky is full of millions and millions of
bright twinkling stars, which you dont ever get to see in the city,
and people often rememorize their poem of the twinkling stars of
their childhood all over again.
Activities at the ResortJeep
Safari, Elephant Safari, Wildlife movies, Folk dance, Badminton,
Carom, Bonfire dinner with Bar-be-Que, Bird watching with expert
Lunch on Riverside
Visit to Pottery Village
Tea at Kokha Dam Sunset point
The total area under the Pench Tiger Reserve comes to about 758-km,
out of which a core area of 299-sq-km is the National Park and
464-km the buffer area.
Pench National Park, nestling in the lower southern reaches of
the Satpura hills is named after Pench river which flows from
north to south through the Pench National Park. It is located
on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh.
Recently in 1992, Pench has been included under the umbrella of
"Project Tiger" as the 19th Project Tiger Reserve.
A total of 758 Sq. kms of this Southern Indian tropical moist
deciduous forest has its extent mingling with the tropical dry
deciduous teak. The area is crisscrossed by a number of streams
and 'nallahs' most of which are seasonal. Though the Pench River
dries up in April end, a number of water pools locally known as
'dohs' are found which serve as water holes for the wild animals.
The Pench Reservoir at the center of the park is the only major
water source during the pinch period.
As a prey concentration is high along the Pench River, tiger usually
inhabits frequents this belt. Leopard though generally operates
in the peripheral areas but are occasionally seen in the deep
forest also. Jungle cats are commonly seen. Leopard cats, small
Indian civets and palm civets are common but seen rarely.
In Pench, Cheetal, Sambar, nilgai are commonly seen grazing on
the open sites on roadsides and banks of river & reservoir.
Jackals can be seen in search of food anywhere in the Park. Packs
up to 15 of wild dog can be seen near Chhedia, Jamtara, Bodanala
and Pyorthadi areas of the Reserve. Herds of gaur can be spotted
near streams and bamboo patches commonly in summer months. Sloth
beer occupy hilly, rocky out crops and favour mahul bel infested
forest. Chnkara is present in very small numbers and is found
in open areas around Turia, Telia and Dudhgaon villages.
Langoors are very common in Pench, whereas the Rhesus monkeys
may be seen occasionally on the fringes. Pench boasts of, more
than 210 species of birds that include several migratory ones
also. Commonly seen are Peafowl, Red jungle fowl, Crow pheasant,
Crimson breasted barbet, Redvented bulbul, Racket tailed drongo,
Magpie robin and lesser whistling teal.
Summers - Day 42, Night 26
Winters - Day 16, Night 03
How To Reach
By Road - Nagpur
–Kamptee – Kanhan –Mansar –Deolapar –Khawasa –Turia Village –
Airport + Railway station
Airport + Railway station
Mobile Connectivity - Almost all mobile network are available
within the range after reaching the resort, though we might have
a weak signal at some places due to the dense forest area.
FAUNA AT PENCH
NATIONAL PARK -
The fauna boasts more than 210
species of birds, including the Pea fowl, Red jungle fowl, Crow
pheasant, Crimson breasted barbet, Red vented bulbul, Racket tailed
drongo, Magpie robin, Lesser whistling teal, and many more, as
well as an impressive assemblage of herbivores like the, the Gaur
(Indian Bison), Neelgai, Sambar, and chital deer, Which results
in a high density of prey in this region.
This in turn, supports a large and thriving population of predators
like the Tiger, Leopard, the Indian Wild Dog, hyena, Sloth bear,
FLORA AT PENCH NATIONAL PARK -
This is southern topical dry deciduous
forest and is a home to a variety of trees and wild animals. Main
trees species found over here are Anjan, Bhirra, Bija, Hirda,
Kalam, Khair, Medsing, Moha, Mokha, Palas, Rohan, Tick and Shisham,
Tendu, and Tiwas. The main shrubs found in this area are Bharati,
Dudhi, Ghaneri, Nirgudi, Phetra, Bamboo, Katang Bamboo, Kusal.
The undergrowth consists of Divali, Gajargawat, Goakru, Rantulsi,
Tarota and Marvel. Sabai and Thikhadi are the main grasses. Eroni,
Gunj, Gulvel and Khobarvel are main climbers.
ABOUT TIGERS -
• Scientific name
of the Tiger: PANTHERA TIGRIS.
• Tigers are the biggest cats in the world, weighing up to 500
pounds and 6 feet in length, not including a 3 foot tail.
• Tigers have been classified into 5 subspecies. These are the
Royal Bengal, Siberian, Indo-Chinese, South-china and the Sumatran
• The Bali Tiger is now extinct. Loss of habitat was the main
cause of this subspecies extinction.
• There are a total of 29 Tiger Reserves in India. They cover
approximately 1.17% of the total geographical area.
• Just like the human fingerprint, the stripes on the tiger are
unique to that individual. In fact people who thoroughly observe
the tiger population of an area can distinguish between them.
• Tigers have enhanced vision as compared to us humans. They see
6 times better!
• A tiger can eat 80 pounds of meat in one sitting.
• A tiger makes a successful kill once in every twenty attempts.
They are ambush predators and must rely on their stealth and not
speed. They hunt mainly at dawn and dusk.
• India has the largest population of wild tigers in the world.
The most recent tiger count yielded a truly disturbing figure.
Only 1400 individuals are left.
• A captive tiger has never been successfully reintroduced into
the wild because a human surrogate mother cannot teach the cubs
the skills they would have learnt in the forest as cubs.
• The life expectancy of the tiger is between 10 – 15 Years in
the wild, and 15 – 20 in captivity.
• Last but not the least Tigers are on the list of endangered
species. Radical conservation steps need to be taken to save this
beautiful animal from extinction.
Delhi Sales Office:
C - 85, Chander Nagar,
Ghaziabad - 201011, INDIA
Landline: +91.120.4108341, +91.120.4220358
Mobile: +919871587150, +919868808107,
E Mail: pench@AjitJain.com
TRIBAL CAMP RESORT
Pench Tiger Reserve
Tehsil Khurai, Distt Seoni, Madhya Pradesh, INDIA