It is said that the clearest way into the Universe is through the wilderness. The pristine air of the jungle, the soulful sounds of the animals and the calm that beholds the wild is what makes the woods a therapy for the mind, body and soul.
India is home to some of the best national parks in the world and the presence of its wide variety of flora and fauna makes it a favourite amongst travellers of all nationalities. If there’s one national park that is slowly yet steadily finding it foot on the map, it is Madhya Pradesh’s Pench National Park. Declared a national park in 1977 and a tiger reserve in 1992, the Pench National Park remains one of the best managed parks in the country.
And if the Pench National Park is a crown, Jamtara Wilderness Camp is its biggest jewel!