From soaring snow mountains of the far north to the steamy sun-washed beaches, India’s dramtic terrain is breathtaking. Along with abundant natural beauties, exquisitely carved temples rise majestically out of pancakeflat deserts and old fotresses peer over plunging ravines. Aficionados of the great outdoors can scout for big jungle cats on wildlife safaris, paddle in the shimmering waters of one of many beautiful beaches, take blood pumping treks high in the Himalaya, or simply inhale pine-scented air on meditative forest walks.
Panna National Park
It is a vast plateau dominated by tropical forests, deep ravines, cascading waterfalls and thick teak forests. The terrain is largely rocky with mixed dry deciduous forests. Panna National Park is the most important protected area in the north central highlands as it links the eastern and western populations of resident wildlife, and can be a base to explore Khajuraho.
Located in the central state of Madhya Pradesh situated in the Vindhya hills along the tranquil Ken river.
Fly into Khajuraho followed by a 1 hr drive to the Lodge. By Road: Pashan Garh is a 1 hr drive from Khajuraho and 12 kms from the park entrance.
Best time to visit
The climate of this region is tropical. April – June summers are hot, though this is the time when one has the best chance of encountering wildlife in the park. Lodges are not operational between 1st July – 15th October, as the national parks are closed due to monsoons. Recommended time to travel is October – March when game viewing
is at its best.