Panna

Madhya Pradesh

Altitude

211m – 540m

Vegetation

Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests belt

Total Area

1,598 km²

Rainfall

1100 mm

Panna National Park

Basic Facts

Operational

October - June

Best time to go

November - March

Airport

Khajuraho

Railway

Rajuraho

Climate

15 - 45 °C

Panna National Park

About the Park

One can easily call Panna National Park the land of the biggest predators and waterfalls thumping the ground from dizzying heights. A diamond mine to India, this park has the amazing superpower to both thrill you and calm you. A boat ride on the Ken is all it takes to discover that the forest is indeed a gem hidden, harboring diversity in its belly, and protecting its land since the recent past of 2008. After years of poaching, Panna stands on the virgin grounds of a broadleaf dry deciduous forest.

Panna National Park created history in Tiger conservation. This park lost all Tigers to systematic poaching from the year 2006 to 2008.

ubsequently, 3 Tigers were relocated from other reserves into Panna in 2009. These Tigers made Panna their home, and today with the dedicated efforts of Mr. Murthy the then Field Director the Tiger population has reached 55 Tigers (cubs included). This park is now home to Tigers, Leopards, Sloth Bears, Crocodiles, Gharials, over 300 species of birds, Deer, and monkeys.

Apart from Jeep safaris, boat safaris are a good option to observe the Crocodiles and riverine birds in the Ken.

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Taj Pashan Garh

Pashan Garh or ‘stone fortress’ is a cluster of 12 stone cottages huddled atop a small hill, with a sweeping view of dense foliage. Set in 200 acres of private wilderness; this luxury jungle safari resort in Panna National Park draws inspiration from the dry-packed stone houses of the Panna region. The large and airy guest areas boast open courtyards and a stone deck overlooking the expanse of the forest down a gentle slope. A lookout tower offers a perfect perch for bird watching by day and stargazing after sundown. A rectangular pool under shady trees invites guests for a refreshing dip. Vintage table lamps, rich textiles and an array of other treasures bring softness and warmth to the chunky stone interiors of the common areas.

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