This wildlife tour covers two most famous and noted parks of central India, Pench and Kanha. The jungle of Pench is primarily a teak forest also popular for royal Bengal tigers and wild dogs. The dense forest of Pench inspired Rudyard Kipling’s – The Jungle Book. Kanha National Park is famous for green grasslands and Sal forests. Kanha is known for tiger sightings, bird watching and is the last home of the only surviving population of Swamp Deer.