Wildlife Camp at Pashan Garh,Panna by Taj Safaris


Duration: 1 Day

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Located in the central state of Madhya Pradesh, Panna National Park is situated in the Vindhya hills along the tranquil Ken River, one of the cleanest rivers in the world. The park itself is a vast plateau dominated by lush tropical forests, deep ravines, cascading waterfalls and thick teak forests.

The Pashan Garh lodge features a cluster of stone cottages huddled atop a small hill, offering magnificent views across the top of the forest and a large nearby watering hole, which has been host to resident antelope sightings. The lodge is a mere 50 kilometres from Khajuraho, one of the best-known tourist attractions in India, renowned for its 85 sandstone temples and sculptures that date back a thousand years.

Lodges are not operational from 1st July onwards till 15th October, as the national parks are closed due to monsoons.


Package Details

01N/02D Wildlife Camp at Pashan Garh

Duration:   1 Day
How to Reach:

By Flight: The nearest airport to Panna National Park is Khajuraho Airport (IATA Code: HJR), which is about 45km (01hrs ride). Khajuraho Airport is a upgraded airport having direct flight connectivity with popular cultural tourist destination Varanasi. Flights from Khajuraho goes to Delhi via Varanasi. Very soon, through air-taxi service, Khajuraho airport will be connected with other important cities of Madhya Pradesh state like Jabalpur, Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior etc.

By Train: Satna is a nearest railway station from Panna National Park; it has the connectivity from all the major cities of state and country specially connected to many places in central and western India. Daily trains connecting Delhi to Satna include the Mahakoshal Exp. NDLS Rewa Exp. while daily trains from Mumbai are Kamayani Exp., Mahanagari Exp, Rajendra Ngr. Exp, Kolkata Mail.

By Road: The road network is very good to reach Panna National Park, nearest bus stand is in Panna town which is connected to Khajuraho, Satna and many other places in Madhya Pradesh by a good road network. Madla, at a distance of around 24 km south west of Khajuraho, is a good transport centre. One can get buses and other road transport modes from here to the Panna National Park. To reach by road from Delhi, take the National Highway-2 to Agra, National Highway-3 to Gwalior, National Highway-75 to Panna via Jhansi, Bamitha and Madla. From the months of December to June you will get good road conditions. During monsoon months and later 2 months road conditions becomes poor & damaged which is repaired in later months.

In addition to a National Park it is also a Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger India. Just like other national parks of Madhya Pradesh, it remains open from 16th October to 30th June for visitors. Here monsoon rain starts from July and lasts till October, during this time river, lakes, small canals show their best flow volume of rainy water and some times over-flow also. During monsoon season, park remain closed as tracks inside park were not good enough to drive. Being close to evergreen site Khajuraho, it can be visited throughout the season when it is open for visitors.




1). Rates are per person per night on twin sharing basis with mandatory requirement of minimum 2 paying adults
2). Breakfast
3). Accommodation in Luxury cottage


1). GST @ 5.0%
2). Air/Train fare
3). Anything not mentioned under the head inclusions.
4). Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary / stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, road blocks and / or any factors beyond control.
5). The tariff does not include barbeque and activities.

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