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Stop At: Panna National Park, Madla India
Panna is situated at the junction of the Gangetic plains and the Deccan peninsula. The Panna hills provide a catchment area for the River Ken, which is the life line of the park. It is predominantly an open forest, offering a great opportunity to see tigers in their natural habitat. Panna National Park has been home to a highly successful Tiger relocation project. From near extinction the Tiger population has reached a healthy figure of 30.
Also take a jungle safari through Panna National Park. Watch tigers as they roam freely along with leopards, wild dogs, wolves, hyenas and smaller cats. The Sloth bear has his favorite home in the rock escarpments and undisturbed vales. The wooded areas are dotted with Sambar the largest of Indian deers, Chital and Chowsinghas. One can easily see a Blue Bull and Chinkara in the grasslands, especially on the periphery. The avifauna comprises more than 200 species including a host of migratory birds. One can see the White Necked Stork, Bareheaded Goose, Honey Buzzard, Blossom Headed Parakeet, Paradise Flycatcher and about 5 species of vultures.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Pandav Falls and Caves, Panna National Park, Panna India
Also visit the Pandav Falls and Caves situated at a distance of about 10 miles from Panna National Park. The exiled Pandava brothers of the Hindu epic, Mahabharata, are believed to have taken shelter here. Explore these mystical caves and lovely waterfalls on the River Ken.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Ken Gharial Sanctuary, Chhatarpur India
Next take a boat ride on the River Ken to the Ken Gharial Sanctuary. As the river meanders past tall gorges and thick foliage, you can catch a glimpse of Gharial and Mugger Crocodiles (fish eating crocodiles). Located at the confluence of the Rivers Ken and Khuddar, the ecosystem of the sanctuary offers a great opportunity for bird watching, especially in the winter months when migratory birds flock here.
Duration: 1 hour