Located in Aravali, Satpura, Vindhyachal and Satpura ranges, the Pench National Park, named after the Pench
River, is a teak forest and is most famed for the scenic beauty and amazing landscape. It has a very
pleasant and dense undergrowth of trees especially the Teak. The paths are very smooth making the great
population for the herbivores.
The area was declared as Pench National Park in the year 1975 by the Government of Maharashtra and later the
Government of India considered it the Pench Tiger Reserve in the year 1999. The Pench National Park has
tropical moist deciduous forest and the vegetation can also be found typical of the southern tropical
The most commonly found faunas at the Pench National Park are:
Gaur, Sambhar, Blue Bulls, Macaque, Langur, Wild Boar, Bear, Wild Dogs, Deer, Leopard, Tigers and Civets.