from/per person Rs 34,500
  • 03 Days


Description

Pench Tiger Reserve or Pench National Park is one of the premier tiger reserves of India and the first one to straddle across two states - Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Ordinarily, the reference to Pench is mostly to the tiger reserve in Madhya Pradesh.


Inclusions

• 2 nights 3 days Cottage accommodation for a couple
• Welcome Drink
• 2 cycles of Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
• 3 Jungle Safaris
• Nature Walk
• Bird Watching
• Private Bonfire
• Mahua / Bush Dinner


Exclusions

• Pick up & Drop
• Beverages/Alcohol
• Personal Expenses


Additional Information

Itinerary :
Day 01
Arrival at Village Machaan Resort
Welcome Drink
Lunch
Evening Safari
Tea
Bonfire
Mahua Dinner at the resort
Day 02
Morning Safari
Breakfast
Lunch
Tea
Bird Watching at the resort
Night Safari / Potters' Village Tour 
Dinner over Bonfire 
Day 03
Morning Safari
NatureWalk at the outskirts of the jungle
Breakfast
Adieu to your home in the jungle with enchanting memories (check-out)


Others

Points To Note :
• Carry earth colour clothes to respect the jungle rules.
• Do not feed animals in the wild.
• Do not forget to carry binoculars, sunglasses, torch and a good quality camera to make your trip memorable.
• Do carry your Photo Identity Cards, numbers of which are provided at the time of booking your safaris and accommodation as the same are required to be presented at the time of park entry.
• Wishing you a happy journey and hope you have a pleasant trip.


Terms & Conditions

• Events marked are optional and attracts additional charges.
• Please refer the Guest Information Sheet for Pick-up/Drop charges and resort guidelines.
• Single package rates are applicable for group of 6 adults
• Cancellations / Alterations are not allowed for packages with accommodation in Forest Rest House in Corbett Tiger Reserve
• Check-in / Park Entry may be denied in case of non-presentation of original Photo Identity Cards, numbers of which are provided at the time of booking the safaris and accommodation.
• Safaris shall be conducted on shared basis without any preference for zones and shall be subject to availability.


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