Pench National Park spread over an expanse of 758 sq. km. in the heart of Incredible India, is home to the majestic Bengal Tiger and over 250 species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and birds combined.
In addition to closely witnessing a plethora of wildlife, learn about forest conservation, biodiversity, tribal living, and local occupation as you interact with experts and communities on this one-of-a-kind Edutour.
Drive through the forest to spot one or more of the 50+ tigers currently inhabiting the Pench National Park, along with Leopards, Sloth Bears, Bison, Deer, and other birds and animals
Interact with forest guards and conservation experts to learn about animal behavior and ongoing conservation efforts
Interact with the locals to gain perspectives on interdependencies between humans and nature, and learn about their day-to-day lives
Bring out the potter in you during live-pottery making where you will learn traditional lessons in motion-physics
Participate in handmade paper-making and traditional handicraft workshops with skilled local artisans
Indulge in team games and activities with your peers to develop a sense of teamwork, leadership and communication