Pench Kipling Court

October 6, 2014 8:08 am

kiplings-court-hotelLand of ‘The Jungle Book’ – Nestled in the southern slopes of the Satpura ranges of Central India, Pench NTiger Reserve (757.90 sq kms) lies in
southern Madhya Pradesh, bordering Maharashtra. Brought under the campaign , Project Tiger’ in 1992,the Pench National Park comprises of the Indira Priyadarshini Pench
National Park and the Mowgli Pench Sanctuary. The place serves as a backdrop to The Jungle Book, a popular work by Rudyard Kipling. A visit to Pench with its rich flora and fauna, brings to
the memory the setting and characters of the tale. Many of the places described in The Jungle Book are actual locations in Seoni district, like Kanhiwara village, the Seoni hills and the Waingunga
river with its gorge where Sher Khan was killed.

The Property :
Besides bringing you close to nature, Kipling’s court at Pench is blessed with mesmerising beauty. No wonder that the green landscape and rich flora and
fauna allured Mr. Kipling who skilfully portrayed the latent potential of the place in his work, ‘The Jungle Book’. MPT has named its property after the legendary
writer. The property has a picturesque layout with shady trees and architecture befitting a jungle cottage. It is situated within the periphery of 1km in the jungle.
There is a Machan (view point) by the river side to provide a clear and close view of the wilderness. For our little guests we have a Children Playground and for the grownups
there is a Badminton Court.

The Rooms – There are 4 AC Deluxe, 11 Air Conditioned, 5
Air Cooled and 12 Dormitory Beds.
The rooms are designed to enhance the comfort of the
guests and provide them with space to relax while enjoying
the feel of the jungle; our prompt service is what you can
count on when you choose our property to stay

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