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Welcome to Panna National Park

A flawless place to take a walk into the home to some of the biggest predators and cascading waterfalls for a remarkable experience.

Nestled in Central India, Panna National Park lies in the districts of Panna and Chhatarpur of Madhya Pradesh. Managed and best maintained by the Ministry of Tourism of India, the popular Tiger Reserve in MP won the Award of Excellence in the year 2007. Today, the national park has been successful in grabbing the attention of oodles of wildlife buffs and nature lovers travelling from across the globe. When visiting the park tourists can take a walk in the deciduous forest while spotting the species including Sloth Bear Pangolin, Indian Wolf, Four-Horned Antelope, Leopard, Rusty Spotted Cat, Gharial, Chousingha, Indian Fox, Porcupine and a lot more.

Covering an area of approx 542.67 sq km, the Panna National Park not only lets the tourists come across the rich wildlife and nature but also numerous sites that hold the historical importance. In the sense, visiting the park, tourists get the opportunity to witness the stone paintings that date back to the Neolithic era. Declared as a wildlife sanctuary in the year 1981, the national park proffers the tourists a number of things to do that makes holidays in the Panna National Park a memorable one. Tourists will get the opportunity to indulge in the Jungle Safari that lets one experience the dense ambience and encounter the wildest ranges of mammals, reptiles, birds, flora, fauna and avifauna. Other than this, tourist will even be able to get the chance to take the Tiger Safari that will let one spot the tiger species at close quarters.

Panna National Park Wildlife Packages

We would be happy to assist you in exploring Panna National Park which is a home to a large number of wild, rare and giant species. With our best wildlife tour packages and deals, you will enjoy a hassle free and an unforgettable wildlife experience to cherish it for the lifetime. Other than planning a trip to the enticing wildlife destination, if you allow us to help you with tailor-made tour packages to Madhya Pradesh including the detailed itineraries and travel guide, our team of experts will assure you an excursion to Madhya Pradesh a memorable one. With this, you can choose from a range of Panna National travel packages that suits your choice, preferences and budget.

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best time to visit

Summer
season

18° To 45° Mar, Apr, May, Jun

The summer months in Panna National Park is all about dry, hot and humid weather with the temperature rising up to 45℃ which makes it difficult for the tourists to explore the majestic trails and captivating paths. However, the wildlife buffs and nature lovers still manage to visit the park during this time.

Winter
season

08° To 28° Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb

Winter is the best tourism season to witness the beauty of Panna National Park as the weather remains pleasant making it easier for tourists to explore the park. Also, tourists get the opportunity to witness and enjoy the rare feathered creatures when going on a birdwatching tour.

Monsoon
season

22° To 38° Jul, Aug, Sep

Panna National Park in monsoon experiences rainfall making it difficult for the tourists to take a walk in the park as the trails become muddy and sticky. The park usually remains closed during this season

Safari Timing in Panna national Park

Hotels & Resorts

Planning to visit Panna National Park, one thing that might add advantage to your vacation is the amazing and comfortable stay in the wild. It is the number of hotels and resorts built in the historical and erotic style that makes a visit to the Panna National Park in a more exciting and extraordinary. Depending on the safari zone, tourists can choose the accommodation in Panna National Park. However, when booking the wildlife tour package with us, we can even help you in choosing the accommodation with amazing deals and discount.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where is Panna National Park located?

Ans: Panna National Park is located in the Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh. 

Q: Why should you visit Panna National Park?

Ans: You should visit Panna National Park because it is home to several endangered species of animals like Royal Bengal Tigers, leopards, wild dog, sambar, hyena and chinkaras. There are more than 200 species of migratory birds which visit the park. The flora is also quite rich as it comprises tall grasses, shrubs and thorny woodlands. Other activities besides a wildlife safari which you can enjoy during your visit are sightseeing at Baldeoji Temple, Ken Gharial Sanctuary and Pandav Falls and boating on Ken River.

Q: What type of wildlife can one explore in Panna Tiger Reserve?

Ans: Besides the Royal Bengal Tiger, other mammals which can be seen in Panna Tiger Reserve are jungle cat, hyena, sloth bear, four horned antelope, rusty spotted cat. Reptiles like long snouted crocodiles and marsh crocodiles can be often spotted, while more than 200 species of migratory birds visit the park every year. 

Q: What is the best time for visiting Panna Tiger Reserve?

Ans: The best time for visiting the Panna Tiger Reserve is from December to March, when the weather is cool and pleasant for a wildlife safari. However, if you visit it during the summers, you have more chances of spotting the wild animals as they visit the water bodies to quench their thirst.

Q: When was Panna declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve?

Ans: Panna National Park was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2020.

Q: How far is Khajuraho from Panna National Park?

Ans: Khajuraho is almost 25 kilometers away from Panna National Park. 

Q: What are the popular tourist attractions that one can visit in and around Panna National Park?

Ans: The popular tourist attractions that one can visit within the park are Raneh Falls and Ken Gharial Sanctuary. Tourist attractions that one can visit around Panna National Park are:

  • Baldeoji Temple
  • Khajuraho
  • Ken Boating Site
  • Ken Gharial Sanctuary
  • Pandav Falls
  • Raneh Falls
  • Mahamati Prannathji Temple
  • Diamond Mine
  • Ajaigarh Fort

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