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Pench Jungle Camp is set in fifty acres of lush foliage, sprawling lawns and untouched landscaping only 1 km from the Turia Gate of Pench National Park. Nestled in a stunning location, Pench Jungle Camp provides guests with breathtaking views of the Pench National Park. Recently re-built, Pench Jungle Camp has upgraded its level of accommodation to that of complete comfort and luxury whilst still maintaining its focus on the guiding and hosting of guests to ensure the ultimate guest experience. Consisting of Thirteen elegantly furnished Sail Tents, three Deluxe Cottages, four Premier Safari rooms & two family suites. Each room has en suite bathroom facilities including flush toilets and an indoor shower. Our team of naturalists possesses a wealth of knowledge, expertise and first-hand experience (along with bucket loads of passion for what they do!) Activities include guided walks to our 38 acre Ecological Park which is home to spotted deer, Nilgai and Leopard lead by qualified and passionate guides who will share their knowledge and love of the bush with you, game drives and night drives.
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We stayed here for 3 nights, nice place and nice staff. Guide Pat was good for info on our trips into The reserve. Grounds are well kept and a visit to the herb garden is interesting. Not far from entrance to Pench Reserve. A lovely...More
Scruffy grounds and our lodge was very poorly lit at night, definate trip hazard to entrance.
On arrival, loo would not stop flushing, no hanger rail or hangers. To their credit once reported was quickly fixed, but surely rooms should be checked priot to occupation?...More
This camp/lodge seemed very understaffed the grounds were not very clean or well kept. I felt very much like we were in a jungle instead of a lodge. The rooms were clean but needed some TLC and updating. The door in our room looked like...More
The location, the service, the accommodation,the food, all add up to a worthy place.The bath rooms boast of boiling water 24 hours.The house keeping is prompt.Though the hotel is located quite close to the park , the conveniences are all there.The food choice, understandably is...More
What a warm welcome we had from Ajay and the team. After three national parks, and 18 safaris we were beginning to think there were no tigers in India! But the staff at Jungle camp were very sympathetic and did their utmost to give us...More
Sudhanshu415, they are tents remember so the walls and roof are mainly canvas, so heat may leak. As Tarun S has suggested they may get a touch cold, with a bit of breeze making its way through the flaps and joins, so an... More
Sudhanshu415, they are tents remember so the walls and roof are mainly canvas, so heat may leak. As Tarun S has suggested they may get a touch cold, with a bit of breeze making its way through the flaps and joins, so an extra blanket or quilt is an idea. And may I suggest, if you are on the morning safari on a cold day, take a blanket for your legs and chest if you are sensitive to the cold. Open topped vehicles on a cold morning can be chilly.