Blessed with exotic flora and fauna of rich biodiversity, the Pench National Park will be reopening on October 1 like every year for tourists. Entry has been allowed from the Touria, Teliya, Karmakiri and Jamtara gate in Pench National Park whereas, in the Satpura National Park, entry has been authorized from the Sitadongri gate this year. 

The Pench National Park will be reopening from October 1 whereas the Satpura National Park will be reopening later this year and the visitors will have to wait a bit longer. The reason behind the delay is the rains in the Satpura National Park due to which the routes connecting to the gates have not been constructed well hence, the visitors have to wait a bit long. On the other hand, the Pench Online Booking has already been started for the visitors. From the Chhindwara district, the nearby gate is the Jamtara from where eight jeeps could enter the Pench National Park i.e. four during the morning and four in the afternoon taking the tourists for the safari. To engage the tourists near this gate, entertaining recreational activities along with comfort facilities are being organized for tourists to entice them while touring the national park. 

After remaining closed for the last four months the Pench National Park is now reopening for visitors where they can also relish the core zone safari. 

Visitors seem to be very excited about the reopening of the national park. It is also said that in the coming month there can develop the situation of the national park being house full. Also, according to the Pench officials, the month of October is already booked via online booking and the first four weeks are fully booked. 

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