"Everything was excellent. Another Remote Lands trip in a few weeks!"
India - Pench National Park
Pench, along with Kanha National Park, was one of two areas that inspired Rudyard Kipling to write his classic The Jungle Book. Comprising 293 square miles (728 square kilometers) of grassland, gentle hills, and patchy forest, Pench is named for the river which flows through its grounds. Unlike other areas in India, Pench has three distinct seasons: the monsoon, which runs from July to September, winter, which runs from November to January, and summer, which runs from April to June.