Panna national park

Panna national park Timings, History, Route Info

11975National Park created with areas of
Ganga Wildlife Sanctuary
21981Panna Tiger Reserve Created
31994Declared Project Tiger Reserve

Area: 1645 Sq.Km

Climate: Dried Temperature forest.

Best Time to Visit: December to March


MonthMorning HoursEvening Hours
Oct – FebSunrise – 11:00 am3:00 pm – Sunset
Mar-JunSunrise – 11:00 am4:00 pm – Sunset

Ken River a tributary of Yamuna River, flows through the forest from South to North.

Commonly Seen animals are Tiger, Leopard, Wild dogs, Langur monkeys, Deers, Porcupine, Sambar, Indian  Gizzel, Spotted Deer, Blue buck, Elephants, Jackal, Wild boar, Mongoose etc

Reptiles such as Crocodiles in Ken River.

Commonly seen birds are Peacock, painted sandgrouse, crested serpent eagle, Raptors, Grey Heron, Vultures, Jungle Bush Quail, Lapwings, Egrets, Painted Storks, Ibis, Owl, Kingfisher, Cormorant,  etc. 200 species of birds are feeding in this park.

How to reach Panna national park?

By Air

1. The nearest airport is at Khajuraho which is 25 Km away.

By Train

  1. The nearest railway station is Satna which is 90 Km away. Jhansi is 180 km away.

By Road

  1. The direct bus is available from Khajuraho.

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