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Pench Tiger Reserve, Nagpur (Maharashtra)

Maharashtra, being the third largest state in India and a leader in protecting the biodiversity bears maximum numbers (six) of tiger reserves in India along with Madhya Pradesh. Pench Tiger Reserve situated in the northern part of eastern Vidarbha is spread in Ramtek, Parseoni and Saoner tehsil of Nagpur district. It is 25th tiger reserve of India. The Pench Tiger reserve (PTR) which derives its name from its lifeline - the River Pench is spread over 741.41 Sq.km of area.

Pench tiger reserve is an excellent abode to almost all the major floral and faunal species including tiger, leopard, sloth bear, Indian gaur, wild dog, wolf etc found in central India. It has good connectivity with Kanha, Pench (M.P), Tadoba Andhari, Navegao-Nagjhira and Bor Tiger Reserves. Pench River which divides the reserve in almost two equal halves and Totladoh reservoir built on the Pench river plays an important role in enriching and sustaining the wild life in the tiger reserve.

PTR is easily accessible from Nagpur and all the major cities of the country. Best season to travel the PTR is winter and early summer. The tourist can access Pench tiger reserve through 6 tourist safari gates. i.e. Sillari, Chorbahuli, Khuraspar, from NH 44 and Kolitmara, Khubala (Saleghat) and Surewani (Nagalwadi) from Parseoni and Saoner.

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