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Tue, 27 Mar – Wed, 28 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Village - Avarghini, Pench , 480881 | Show on Map
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Pench Jungle Camp offers internet facilities. This hotelin Pench can be reached from the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport locatedat a distance of 120 km.
Conveniences provided in the rooms include airconditioner, telephone and television.
The 19 room hotel also has mini-bar,tea/coffee maker and electronic safe in every room. The hotel offers both,deluxe tents and rooms. Nature walk, bird watching, night safari, cycling, horseriding, hot air ballooning, telescope for star gazing, jungle safari in jeepsare the facilities provided.
Other facilities available in the hotel includeforest spa and ayurvedic massages, recreation room, conference facility, souvenirshop, library, laundry and doctor-on-call service and multi-cuisine restaurant. Attractions include Pench National Parkwhich harbors various rare species, Ramtek (50 km) and Pench Tiger Reserve (50km).
This hotel in Pench features a swimming pool and can be reached from the Nagpur Railway Station (92 km).
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Price for 1 NightRs. 8,000
2 Rooms Left!
Price for 1 NightRs. 8,500
by Umashankar on Apr 13,2015
What's Good: The place is well located, Food is excellent, Staffs are very nice.Swimming pool is the best for relaxation. If you are confused in selecting resort in Pench go to Pench Jungle Camp.
by Karan Harish on Mar 16,2015
by Mainak Nag on Aug 24,2014
What's Good: After booking a cottage the gave us a tent, without any request actually forsefully. Like 'yehi available hai cahiye to le lo'. And finally after full payment in advance we were asked for the room charge again. They didnt get any comunication regarding my payment. at the time of check out it took an hour to clarify me that I paid the amount in advance. My worst experience ever.
by KentuckyInnkeeper on February 27, 2018
These amazing people are providing the most exceptional experiences I can recommend. Pence Jungle Tiger Safari in Mahdya Pradesh is simply the best. You will breathe in the air of the Indian Teak Forest. You will breakfast open air on the hood of your safari jeep in the wild--and boy does that coffee tastes good as the newly risen sun begins to warm you. It is exhilarating! Trekking through the jungle you begin to recognize the calls of the birds, and isolate that coveted deer bark (yes deersBARK!) and monkeys calling the warning that the illusive TIGER is near! Your naturalist and your guide will be spotting the signs--tiger poo--no, it's old...but then--fresh paw prints and she's got two cubs with her! Yes, you and your family can experience a real tiger safari. Pence Jungle Camp has luxury sleeping and dining, a staff you simply will cry to say goodbye to and a HOST dear Mr. Ajay Ghale that we all wish was our favorite uncle. He is warm, attentive and so so fun. How refreshing to be in the presence of someone who not only loves what he does but loves to be alive. So when I tell you this fine company is doing hot air balloon tours in Goa, you must believe it is a must do event! I've been posting shots from this morning's adventure. Watching the balloon inflate as it began to turn light this morning was nothing short of a 4 year old waiting for Santa Clause. Before you know it we were in the basket getting our instructions then fire it up and up we went. It was so gentle that we were up in the air before I realized it. In fact, gentle was the whole ride. The stillness of the air only interrupted by the whirs have of the flame by our pilots skillful hand and our delighted giggles was unto its own and not to be missed. The views of this gorgeous region were breathtaking and poster worthy. I kept reminding myself to take photos because I spent the most of this glorious time floating above trees, river, and all just taking it in with a grin that wouldn't stop ( I think my face is still sore from smiling so much!) first class all the way. The landing was perfection. Again, gentle is the world. We had the perfect conditions and Baetta handles a balloon with precision. They found the best pilot and she comes from Poland to share her talents with us. Am I gushing? Absolutely. You gotta find these people and let them impress you, too! Thank you thank you thank you from the bottom of my heart
by katherine153 on February 17, 2018
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3-night stay here recently although it was slightly impersonal compared with other places we stayed in Madhya Pradesh. The staff were helpful and friendly - our naturalist guide Pat going out of his way to try to find for us all the things we hoped to spot in the park on our safaris. Sadly no tigers but jungle cat, wild dogs and glimpses of leopard along with a myriad of wonderful birds in a lovely setting almost made up for that! The room was spacious and offered all the amenities we needed. A small fridge and tea/coffee making equipment were much appreciated, as was the a/c, as the weather was warming up quite a bit by the time we got to Pench on our 10 day trip in early Feb. Grounds were lovely to stroll round, and the after dark walk in the local surroundings with Pat and a guard from the lodge was quite exciting, especially as tigers have been known to enter the area!! Well placed for quick entry into the into the park itself for the safari drives. All in all, a good location with nice accommodation and attentive staff.
by Diecysiete on February 12, 2018
We had a long journey to get here, flying early morning from Mumbai to Nagpur, the closest airport, then driving for 2 hours. We arrived at 12.30pm and were disappointed to find our room not ready. The receptionist sent us off to get lunch whilst we waited, but this was not ready either. Fortunately, the sun was shining, so we sat in the garden with drinks. The furniture was a bit haphazard, so we had to move it. Lunch was a buffet, and the food was nice if not exceptional. We were shown to our room, which was one of the cottages. It was basic, cold, and had a step down into the bathroom, which was not immediately obvious. I thought it a little odd that the pictures on the wall were of Africa. The A/C did not work, which didn't matter as it didn't have a heat setting. We were brought a fan heater, which solved the problem. We were also not warned of the limited hot water, there was really only enough for a proper shower for one. The hotel is really well located for access to the park, it took no time to get there. We had 5 game drives booked, and had a great driver who was completely engaged with the park, and interested in all of the wildlife, plants and trees. We saw tigers twice, which was fantastic, but on the other drives there was still plenty to be interested in, and the driver ensured that we saw as much as possible. On morning drives (you set off at 6am, and it was freezing!) breakfast is sent with you, and it is nice to stop at around 9 when it is getting a bit warmer, have something to eat and drink and remove layers! A nice touch at another hotel was hot water bottles, which made a big difference. There is an area in the park where everyone goes, and it has toilet facilities. These were really basic, but compared to what we found at Bandhavgarh, they were palatial! Afternoon drives finished around 6pm, when there was a bonfire and tea laid out for guests, which was a nice touch. People, both staff and guests are sociable, so there was a nice atmosphere. Dinner was outside, which I would seriously question, as it was really cold! The hotel did provide a number of fire-pits, which made it more bearable. The dining room was not heated, either. Food at dinner was buffet style again, and was nice, although I have to say that the roti was fantastic! I'm sure I ate enough for 3 people, they were so delicious, and the waiting staff were very good at keeping them coming. When we were checking out, the credit card machine had stopped working, which was a bit inconvenient. In general, the ambience and helpfulness of the majority of the staff, and particularly of our driver, Pat, made up for what was lacking in the accommodation.
by Jeet11 on February 7, 2018
We stayed here for 3 nights, from 29/01/18 to 01/02/18. Very Good resort, wonderful staffs. Care for every Guests. They started contacting us from a day before our arrival and kept it continuously till we reach there. Food in terms of variety and taste is excellent. Cottages are good, clean and specious. Evening Tea and Bon Fire were arranged almost everyday. Will get all sort of possible help and guidance from Manager, Naturalist and other staffs. Highly Recommended to stay here during Pench visit.
by Amruta K on February 6, 2018
We visited Pench Jungle Camp during Diwali 2017 and stayed in a tent. The tent is spacious, clean and tastefully done up. The bathroom is large with a separate shower area. We went for 3 safaris during our stay and for the morning safaris we were provided packed breakfast which was very convenient. On other occasions we ate in the dining area and there was enough variety of food and the quality of food was excellent. On one night, the resort hosted us for a private dinner in a tent and were served a an excellent thali meal. We really appreciate the wonderful service provided by all staff members. We look forward to visiting Pench JUngle Camp again.
by KentuckyInnkeeper on February 26, 2018
by katherine153 on February 17, 2018
by Diecysiete on February 12, 2018
by Lalit W on January 7, 2018
by piyush68 on January 7, 2018
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