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Run through the buffer zone of Pench National Park & Tiger Reserve on March 17, Sunday. A park that shares the border with two states - Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. It is also the setting of Rudyard Kipling’s popular ‘The Jungle Book’. Behold the natural heritage and rich wildlife of the town by participating in Go Heritage Run - Pench.
The run will start from Kipling's Court, Turia and follow three routes - 5KM, 10KM, 21KM. Participants can choose their desired routes and join the race. All the participants are required to reach the venue at 06.00AM as the run will start at 06.15AM.
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Tigers. Leopards. Jackals. And us humans. The Pench National Park, like it did in the iconic 'The Jungle Book', still brings humans in close contact with wildlife. Rudyard Kipling based Mowgli's adventures, and his battle with the furious Sher Khan, on this very place.View Destination
Reaching by Road
National Highway 7 connects the Pench National Park to Nagpur. The drive time from Nagpur is 2 hrs and from Jabalpur is 4 hrs.
Reaching by Rail
Nagpur (92 km) and Jabalpur (192 km) serve as a convenient railhead connected to Delhi, Mumbai and other major cities. Delhi-Chennai, Delhi-Bangalore and Delhi-Bilaspur trains halt at Nagpur.
Reaching by Air
Sonegaon Airport, Nagpur is around 92 km from the park. Nagpur airport, connected to Delhi, Mumbai and major cities, is also the closest airport. Jabalpur (192 km) also serves as a convenient airhead with regular flights from Delhi.