Panna National Park, Khajuraho
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Take a safari ride through 543 sq km (210 sq mi) of Panna National Park, one of India's best-managed tiger reserves. In addition to observing these big cats roaming free, you may encounter deer, wild boars, sloth bears, jackals, monkeys, vultures, and even crocodiles. Neolithic-era stone paintings testify to an early link between humans and animals here, and the Ken River creates a number of whooshing waterfalls and cascades over rocky cliffs. Consider taking an hour-long boat ride to appreciate the park from a different perspective. Bring plenty of water, a pair of binoculars, and a camera with a zoom lens. You can rent a private vehicle to get here at Khajuraho, some 25 km (16 mi) away. Our Khajuraho trip builder makes visiting Panna National Park and other Khajuraho attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Since we went just after the rains, there was lots of water around hence the animals were lazy and less, could not spot the tiger but the drive was worth it, we went for the morning ride.
Precioso cañón atravesado por el río, con unas imponentes cascadas. En época de monzón es peligroso por la crecida. En el camino desde el hotel se puede ver la verdadera vida en los poblados indios, l... read more »Beautiful Canyon crossed by the River, with some impressive waterfalls. During the monsoon is dangerous by the floodwaters. On the road from the hotel you can see the true life in poverty, Indian villages. In addition, waterfalls area gives the chance to see countless monkeys released.show original
O caminho até o parque passa por vilarejos que dá para ver como os indianos vivem. O parque é lindo e repleto de animais em preservação.The path to the Park passes through villages where you can see how the Indians live. The Park is beautiful and filled with animals in preservation.show original
Stey at night elefent safari nice
Kamlesh chandra Mishra
Very near to khajuraho,best time for visit is either dawn or afternoon season is mid march to June,July to Sept ,mid Nov to Feb,roads are not so good,very good safari to visit
Safaris are twice a day, so you can either go up at dawn or in the afternoon tour. Takes about an hour to get to the sanctuary gates. We did not spot any tigers, but were happy with the experience!
Kshatriya kapil singh rajavat
Kapil singh pawai
Nice game reserve, but approach road in very poor shape.
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