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These amazing people are providing the most exceptional experiences I can recommend. Pence Jungle Tiger Safari in Mahdya Pradesh is simply the best. You will breathe in the air of the Indian Teak Forest. You will breakfast open air on the hood of your safari...More
An efficient pick up from Nagpur airport organised by Pench Jungle Camp and a 2 hour plus drive got us there. A clean car with pristine white covers and we could sense that everything is going to be right. Located next to the Core Area...More
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Response from JungleCampPench, Owner at Pench Jungle CampResponded October 26, 2017
Thank you for choosing Pench Jungle Camp for your stay at Pench and for writing such a beautiful review.
We thank you for your positive feedback regarding our property. We are committed to consistently providing warm, efficient and discrete services to our guests....More
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3-night stay here recently although it was slightly impersonal compared with other places we stayed in Madhya Pradesh. The staff were helpful and friendly - our naturalist guide Pat going out of his way to try to find for us all...More
We had a long journey to get here, flying early morning from Mumbai to Nagpur, the closest airport, then driving for 2 hours. We arrived at 12.30pm and were disappointed to find our room not ready. The receptionist sent us off to get lunch whilst...More
We stayed here for 3 nights, from 29/01/18 to 01/02/18. Very Good resort, wonderful staffs. Care for every Guests. They started contacting us from a day before our arrival and kept it continuously till we reach there. Food in terms of variety and taste is...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.