Chorbahuli Day Tourism


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Distance (From Pench National Park): 38 Kms

Trip Duration (Including Travel): Full Day

Transportation Options: Cab

Travel Tips: Chorbahuli remains closed for tourists from 1st July to 15th October and on every Thursday. Also, it is closed for afternoon safari on 26th January and on 1st May every year.

At a distance of 30 km from Khawasa and 38 km from Turiya, Chorbahuli is lesser-known safari zone of Pench National Park on Maharashtra Side. The entry gate of the zone is situated at Chorbahuli village, located on NH-44.

Chorbahuli is another zone sheltered in the Maharashtra part of Pench National Park. It consists of dense forest and beautiful water bodies, which draw many species of birds as well as wild animals to it. One can go for jungle safaris in this zone along with boat ride. The best way to explore the flora and fauna of the national park is to travel through jeep safari. Jeep Safaris operate in two shifts, one in the early morning and another one in the evening.

Besides, Jeep Safari, Chorbahuli is famous for Day Tourism. Tourist can spend the entire day in the jungle, do boating in Kolitmara, and stay at a designated watchtower. It also includes morning and evening safaris in this part of Pench Tiger Reserve.

All the visitors are required to carry their original identity document during safari drives as it is verified at the entrance gate. Safari tickets are non-transferable.

Day Tourism Timings: 6 AM - 6 PM, closed during monsoon months and on every Thursday

Entry Fee (approximately): Rs. 1300 for Person (include charges for 2 safaris, boating, and guide)