Panna National Park Wildlife Safaris in Panna Tiger Reserve in India

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Panna National Park

Wildlife Safari in Panna National Park

Panna National Park is situated in the Vindhyan Range and spreads over Panna and Chhatarpur districts in the northern part of the Madhya Pradesh State of India.

One of the most significant ecological aspects of the Tiger Reserve is that the district Panna makes the northern most boundary of natural distribution of teak and the eastern limits of teak-kardhai mixed forests.

The Ken river, which flows through the Reserve from south to north, is the home for long snouted crocodile (gharial) and Marsh Crocodile (maggar) and other aquatic fauna. It is one of the sixteen perennial rivers of M.P. and is truly the life-line of the Reserve. It offers some of the most spectacular scenery while it meanders for about 55 km. through the Reserve.

Best Time to Visit: 1st October till 30th June

Distance from major cities
Khajuraho 45 kms
Satna 105 kms
Panna City 50 kms

How to reach there
The nearest airport is Khajuraho, well connected from Delhi, Varanasi, Mumbai etc.
Satna, at a distance of around 90 km, is the nearest railway station. It is a major railway hub and is connected to many places in central and western India.
The nearest bus stand is Panna connected to Khajuraho and many other places in Madhya Pradesh by a good road network.