Jamtara Wilderness Camp is the only accommodation close to Pench National Park's Jamtara Gate, offering guests a near exclusive experience. The camp comprises twelve tents, offering unparalleled views.
Enjoying a forest setting, each of Jamtara’s luxury tents is designed to feel light and open. Guests have the option of rolling up the front panels of the tent, allowing them to experience nature in the privacy of their own rooms. The tents have their own bathrooms, which are permanent structures, and patios on which guests may sleep – further connecting with nature. Jamtara also offers the unique opportunity to sleep under the stars in a traditional Maachan, or Star Bed.
Pench National Park nestles on the southern slopes of the Satpura ranges, covering a core area of 250 square kilometres. The park is home to tiger, dholes, chausingha, white rumped, long billed, king and Egyptian vulture, Russell viper and leopard.
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Pench National Park is renowned for the richness of its flora and fauna. Nestling in the Satpura Hills, it takes its name from the nearby river, which winds through the park. Its most famous residents are tigers, but is also home to large herds of Indian bison and four endangered species of vulture.
Where: Madhya Pradesh
Ideal for viewing: chital, nilgai, sambar, tiger, gaur
Excellent for: Walking safaris, Wildlife photography, Photography tours with Nick Garbutt, Vehicle safaris, Tiger safaris