Panna National Park

Panna National Park

A flawless place to take a walk into the home to some of the biggest predators and cascading waterfalls for a remarkable experience. Situated in the Vindhyan mountain range in the northern part of Madhya Pradesh, Panna Tiger Reserve is spread over the Panna and Chhatarpur districts.


The forests of Panna park on with Ken Gharial Sanctuary and neighboring territorial divisions type a big a part of the catchment area of the 406 km (252 mi) Ken River, that runs northeast for concerning 72 km (45 mi) through the park.

Panna park and therefore the close forest space of North and South Panna forest division is the sole massive chunk of life home ground remaining in northern Madhya Pradesh.

Entry Gates:

There are total 5 entry gates to Panna National Park among which Madla & Hinauta are the core zones.
Buffer zones to the reserve includes Akola,Harsa & Khajurikudar. Night Safaris are also available through the buffer zones.

Best time to visit:

The best time to witness the spectacular views of Panna tiger Reserve is from October to June for tourists.
Winter from November to March is also good time to visit Panna National Park when the weather is comparatively cooler and more pleasant.