Panna National Park


Panna National Park

Photo of Panna National Park by Wandering Boots

Panna National Park

Situated in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh, Panna National Park is amongst the well-maintained wildlife reserves in the state. Panna is also one of the most important shelters for the Royal Bengal Tigers and is amongst the best national parks to visit in MP. Sprawling in an area of 542.67 sq kms, this national park is also the home to species like leopard, wild dog, wolf, hyena, sloth bear, chital and chowsingha. The park is inhabited by 200 species of birds. The location of the national park is an asset as it is situated at a short distance from famous town of Khajuraho. For more information click here Tourist Attractions:




Boat Ride

Elephant Ride

Must-do in Panna National Park:

Boat Ride offered by Park Authority

Elephant Safari (Timings are 6:30 to 10:30 AM & 2:30 to 5:30 PM)

Jeep Safari (Rental Jeeps are available)

How to Reach: The best way to reach Panna National Park is by first reaching Khajuraho, which is connected by road and railway to several cities of India. Since, Panna National Park is only at a distance of about 47kms; one can hire a cab/taxi.Best Time to Visit Panna National Park: November to March