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We stayed for about an hour and a half trying to see the tigers and it was not possible. but the worst of all was that when we finished they had some elephants tied up so that people could take pictures! HORRIBLE. and also the...More
We were incredibly lucky to see an 18 month old cub and his mother with only our driver and ranger. We had them alongside us for 5 minutes- truly magical.
We also saw jackals, crocodiles, eagles, and so many deer.
Truly one of our most...More
Well PTR was the only place in central Indian circuit which was left to explored .Every time I made a plan to visit the place by some or the other way it got obstructed. Finally this summer I visited PTR .I stayed in Camp Panna...More
Great day out from hotel life, driver and guide very nice and helpful, saw buck birds and some of the landscape but sadly no tigers. Down side they like to race on the roads and don’t stop to tell you about some of the animals...More
Panna tiger reserve was 2nd in our kalinjar-panna-khajuraho trip. We stayed at hotel mohan raj vilas, only decent hotel in Panna and reached at around 4 in morning at mandla gate to start this chilling and thrilling experience. Cold conditions in these parts of country...More
I went to Panna in Oct 2017. Temperature was soothing then. Nearest railway stn is khajuraho but frequency of trains is less. Better get down at Katni and book a cab which is available easily. Panna has two gates, I entered from Madla gate. Trip...More
Panna National Park located in Panna and Chattarpur district of Madhya Pradesh at a distance of 57 km from Khajuraho, a world heritage center. It is renowned as the 22nd tiger reserve of India and fifth in Madhya Pradesh. covers an area of 542.67 sq...More