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#1 of 6 Places to Visit in Panna National Park

At a distance of 1 km from Madla Bus Stand and 26 km from Khajuraho, Madla Gate is a very popular entrance gate for Panna National Park. The entry gate from Madla zone is near the MPTDC jungle camp after crossing the Ken River Bridge.

Madla Zone is famous among the wildlife enthusiasts as the chances of tiger spotting are high in this zone. Besides, many herbivorous and large mammals can be spotted in this region than Hinauta zone. Jeep Safari and Canter safari are available here for visitors.

The jeep safari is an activity that one must indulge in on their visit to Panna Tiger Reserve as it is the most popular way to explore the park. Tourists are required to book entrance ticket either online at MP Forest Department website or by visiting the entrance gate booking counter. One needs to pay for safari vehicle and guide fee at the entrance gate. The safari is organized only in the forest department approved vehicles. Private vehicles are not allowed inside the forest. They .....

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#2 of 6 Places to Visit in Panna National Park

At a distance of 30 km from Madla, Hinauta Gate is another entry point to the Panna National Park. The entry gate from Hinauta zone is near the NMDC jungle camp after crossing the village of Hinauta.

The terrain in this region is predominantly rocky and dry. It is the best spot to find some wild cats including tiger, leopard, and others. One can also spot Sloth bears in this zone. Besides, one can explore the beautiful gorges and ravines, compelling waterfalls and the thick green forest during the jungle safari.

Jeep Safari and Canter safari are available here for visitors. Tourists are required to book entrance ticket either online at MP Forest Department website or by visiting the entrance gate booking counter. One needs to pay for safari vehicle and guide fee at the entrance gate. The safari is organized only in the forest department approved vehicles. Private vehicles are not allowed inside the forest. They can be hired at the entrance gate or through your travel agent. .....

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#3 of 6 Places to Visit in Panna National Park

At a distance of 1 km from Madla Bus Stand, Boat Riding in Ken River is one of the top things to do in Panna. It is operated by the Panna Tiger Reserve authorities.

Ken River flows from the ravines and gorges of the park and covers most of the forest area. It is a tributary of the Yamuna River. It is the lifeline of Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh. It is home to long snout gharial, python and other aquatic species.

An hour-long boat ride across the Ken River is the best thing to catch the glimpses of Gharials and other animals that come to the river banks to quench their thirst. The activity is a delight if you love birding as a wide range of bird species can be spotted near the river. The whole experience of boating in the tranquil waters of the river is mesmerizing.

Timings: 7 AM - 9 AM & 4 PM - 5 PM

Boat Fee: Rs. 150 for Person

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Waterfall

#4 of 6 Places to Visit in Panna National Park

At a distance of 21 km from Khajuraho and 43 km from Panna, the Raneh Falls is a natural waterfall located in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the popular waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh and also one of the best Khajuraho tourist places.

Raneh Falls is an exquisite waterfall formed by River Ken running over one of the oldest rocks on earth, the Vindhya basalt. The falls is named after King Rane Pratap, the erstwhile ruler of the region. Situated in the close vicinity of Khajuraho, the waterfall emerged at the confluence of Ken and Khudar Rivers. Raneh Falls mark the edge of the Rewa plateau in Madhya Pradesh. The cascading waterfall is surrounded by wonderful rock formations.

The Ken River forms a 5 km long, and 30 m deep canyon made of pure crystalline granite in varying shades of colours ranging from pink and red to grey. It is popularly called 'The Grand Canyon of India' by the tourists, who have paid a visit to this cascade. There is a series of waterfalls .....

Distance (From Madla Bus Station): 42 Kms
Trip Duration (From Madla Bus Station - Including Travel): 2-3 Hours
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Waterfall

#5 of 6 Places to Visit in Panna National Park

At a distance of 14 km from Panna and 34 km from Khajuraho, the Pandav Falls is a serene waterfall located inside the Panna National Park in Panna district of Madhya Pradesh. Located on Khajuraho - Panna Highway, Pandav Falls is one of the scenic waterfalls in Panna and also one of the top places of Khajuraho sightseeing.

Pandav Falls is a perennial fall fed by a tributary of the river Ken in Madhya Pradesh. The falls cascades down from a height of about 30 meters into a heart shaped pool. Surrounded by lush green forests, the falls is spectacular and accessed even during peak monsoon season. The serenity, purity and mystic atmosphere of the Pandav Falls attract both the locals and tourists. At the foot of falls there are some ancient caves overlooking a large pool of water. The Pandavas of the Mahabharata are believed to have spent a part of their exile here.

The place is ideal for an enjoyable family picnic at the sparkling pool. Smoking and swimming is not allowed at the .....

Distance (From Madla Bus Station): 14 Kms
Trip Duration (From Madla Bus Station - Including Travel): 2-3 Hours
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Heritage | Pilgrimage

#6 of 6 Places to Visit in Panna National Park

At a distance of 47 km from Chhatarpur, 118 km from Satna, 179 km from Jhansi, 223 km from Kanpur, 265 km from Jabalpur, 283 km from Gwalior, 283 km from Allahabad, 388 km from Bhopal and 624 km from Delhi, Khajuraho is a historical town located in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. Khajuraho is one of the top places to visit in Madhya Pradesh and among the must include places in your Madhya Pradesh tour packages.

Earlier, Khajuraho was the cultural capital of Chandela Rajputs who ruled this part of India during 10th to 12th centuries AD. Khajuraho Temples were built by the Chandela monarchs over a span of 200 years, from 950 to 1150 AD. After the fall of Chandela rulers, these temples were abandoned and long-forgotten until rediscovered by British Captain T.S. Burt, in 1838 AD. Known around the world for its stunning temples adorned by erotic carvings, the Khajuraho .....

Distance (From Madla Bus Station): 26 Kms
Trip Duration (From Madla Bus Station - Including Travel): Full Day
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