Top Attractions In Pench National Park

If you are an adventure lover than plan to visit Pench National Park, which is in Seoni andChhindwara district touching the border of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. Your visit to this national park will give you amazing and thrilling life time experience. Apart from exploring the jungle, numbers of attractions are there in the Pench national park as well as in the nearby areas of pench national park.Pench national park is divided into seven safari zones and every zone has some attractions for the tourists.Local guides who are said to be the experts of wild life has a great idea about these top attractions in Pench National Park and they take us to that places, which are generally heard from the people during conversation only. With any of the safari tickets, tourists can easily visit these attractions inside the national park.


It is majestically an elevation and the known splitting point of the Alikatta in one direction and Chhindimatta in other direction. Impenetrable woodland in the hilly terrain attracts adventure lovers. The dense forest is a great place to hide out of Langurs and Leopards.


KohkaLake at Pench is one of the most beautiful experiences beside the thrilling and adventurous experience of the Pench national park. Tourists visit this lake by arranging jeep or by cycling too. Tourists have to cross Touria village apart from the couple of other small villages. It is worth to visit this lake as you will get the opportunity to see some unique species of bird here. Here tourists enjoy the beautiful sunset at this lake.


It is a beautiful place known as Gond Devsthan beside the bank of Pench River near Nagpur. The scenic beauty of this place is heart touching for the tourists. It’s a nice place for arranging picnic. Beside the river, there is a beautiful Shiv Mandir located at the hill and this gives an awesome view to the tourists. Approaching to this destination offers a marvelous experience to the tourists. Tourist feel that they are in some different world as the trees on both the side of the road offers a mesmerizing view.


It is a beautiful place on the bank of the river Pench. Few rocky outcrops make this place more scenic. From January to march, this place is mesmerizing for the tourists. The flowering trees make this place most photogenic and so the tourists captures a lot in their memory.

Bodanala Range:

This place is very close to the boundary of the park with excellent variation in topography. The attractions of this place is pond, marshy land, sloppy hills and the area of bamboo forest. Here you can watch the activities of wild dog (Dhole), reptiles and also the different kinds of birds.

Boda Tank:

In pench national park, there is an irrigation tank which is famous for bird watching. During winter season, tourist enjoy the birds of different species resident and migratory bird sitting on this tank.

Doob Road:

This place is also famous by the name of Sunken Road and according to its name, this place remains under water in entire monsoon season. After monsoon, this area emerges out to be a marshy grassland where tourists can enjoy sighting birds and mammals. Tourists gets the opportunity to watch the herd of Indian Gaur here after the monsoon season.


This place is connected by the route of safari and approximately at a distance of 30 kms from the famous TouriaGate.At this place, entire establishment of forest department can be seen including a beautiful Rest house in which higher officials and VIP visitors stay and enjoy the safari ride of the Karmajhiri Range. It is said to be the headquarters of this range.

Totladoh Dam and Reservoir:

Totladoh dam is on the river Pench, which flows across the Pench national park. The location of this dam is so beautiful, that almost every tourist who comes to visit the pench national park, visit this place too. It is amidst the forest greenery and a favorite place for picnic lovers. An adjoining guest house as well as a garden offers a marvelous view of the dam to the tourists. It offers a mesmerizing viewdue to the greenery of the surrounding areas in addition to the vast reservoir and so attracts tourists in large numbers. People visit this place to get relax from the busy schedule of the daily life and from the crowd of the city. Here you can also enjoy different species of fish, aquatic animals and birds.


It is a rocky region located near the PenchRiver. Here the river crosses the rocky area along the huge boulders and produces a roaring sound in the monsoon season. In order to have an overview of this area, there is a cemented watch which is very famous.


It is said to be the hub of safari trail, where the routes from different direction meets. In monsoon season, this area gets covered with water and after the monsoon, tourists enjoy this place as a beautiful green grassland along with the herds of deer grazing in entire area. From Karamajhiri, Alikatta is just 9kms. Here tourists can also see nesting of Pied Hornbill in the cluster of trees.


Here tourists can easily watch the existence of village of the past. The entire village were reallocated to other place, for the Dam construction and today there is a pasture land where tourists can watch the activities of wild animals.

Pench Dam and Reservoir:

Pench dam is also famous by the name of Kamthikhairy Dam, and is on the river Pench. It’s a beautiful place as the Pench Reservoir offers opportunities for the tourists to watch beautiful sightseeing areas surrounding the lake and the tourists also enjoy boating at this place. Motor boats as well as paddle boats are available for the tourists to enjoy the panoramic view of this place. Tourists also visit and enjoy the areas surrounding the lake. This dam is located in the west range of Pench National park and it is encompassed by the slopes of the forest.

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