This park is situated in the Seoni-Chindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh covering a total area of 758 sq. kms. Pench has more than 1200 species of birds and rare and endangered plants. Having a huge population of chital deer and sambar, Pench also have the highest number of herbivores in India. The best time to visit Pench National Park is in the winters, i.e. from November to February.