PANNA TIGER RESERVE-PANNA NATIONAL PARK- Panna is the twenty second Tiger Reserve of India and fifth in Madhya Pradesh. The Reserve is situated in the Vindhya Ranges and spreads over Panna and Chattarpur districts in the north of the state. Panna National Park is a national park located in Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh in India. It has an area of 542.67 K.M. (209.53 sq mi). It was declared in 1993 as the twenty second Tiger reserve of India and the fifth in Madhya Pradesh. Among the animals found here are the tiger, leopard, chital, chinkara, nilgai, sambhar and sloth bear. The park is home to more than 200 species of birds including the bar-headed goose, honey buzzard, king vulture, blossom-headed parakeet, changeable hawk-eagle and Indian vulture.
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- The LaLiT Temple View Khajuraho, Opposite Circuit House, Sevagram, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh 471606, India
- Returns to original departure point
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- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Travelers should have a strong physical fitness level
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#2 of 9 Classes & Workshops in Khajuraho
- Rupaali1_200Khajuraho light and sound showWaste of time worst show not worth watching. No clarity no light . Only sound show . Mandu was much better
- Preetokiran00Khajuraho gloryLearning about Khajuraho temples with Shyam Lal ji Rajak was a good experience...he is well versed in the languages, the history and architectural philosophy of Khajuraho… his knowledge about each and every sculpture is remarkable. He explained the sculptures and temple architecture nicely...He guides with the authentic information...his cooperation and humbleness adds to his persona… highly recommended guide for Khajuraho.
- Curiosity0112385754400Just okayFar more sound than light. It's interesting to hear a little of the history, but quite basic (you'd probably know most of it if you research Khajuraho before your visit, which I'd highly recommend!). Mosquito hell, by the way! Brave it if you are okay with spraying yourself thoroughly!
- Kartik P00Grand canyon of India. Worth a 25 minute drive and 1 to 2 hour on site scheduleA 25 minute drive from the west side temples at Khajuraho,excellent mount rocks and falls. Micro mini Grand canyon. 5 shades of rocks from a height as you look down from the gallery is a treat. Entry fee includes car entry fee,passeger fee and guide fee. Guides are local villagers and well trained.
- yashvikeya545400A good national park in MP to spot wild catsWe went to Panna National Park with family in last week of Oct 21. A very good jungle spread over 250 kms (approx). There are more than 70 tigers, deers, peakocks, jungle cat, sambars and other wild animals. I had booked online safari for morning slot at Madla gate (This is best gates of all). We could spot a tigress and 2 cubs after patiently waiting for about 1 hr at a spot. The cat was really big in size and was returning after having water. Overall the jungle is very good with dense trees, mountains, Ken river flowing in middle of it. A worth visit to this place.
- Sunny_panna00Buffer me sufferI visited Panna national park in july 2021 along with my friends and had a great time in the wilderness of Central India that too in the monsoon season, the jungle was not too dense though, but we were able to sight a Adult Male Tiger -T7 in Akola zone of Panna Tiger Reserve. We booked through pannatigersafari.in (Ashish shivhare 9479461571)
- akashpanna00Awesome food and tripIf you are looking to spend your time with natural sights, this is best place to visit. The services they are offering is wonderfully joyous and tours are awesome with extensive lovely views. ❤ The operator is a local and very polite. 9990193289
- coprocal00Good tiger safari experienceWe generally love safari's. The Bandhavgarh ones are very good tiger safaris in India. The vehicles are a bit smaller than African safari vehicles. The guides are very good. The roads are as safari usual, rough and will rearrange your back and kidneys. We saw tigers on several safaris, there is no guarantee you'll see them any given day. If affordable we'd recommend no more than two to a row and a good private guide. Be sure to bring protection from inhaling the large quantities of dust in the air.
- MountainloverKolkata00Light and sound show in KhajurahoWe missed the 6.30pm light and sound show in English hence bought tickets for Hindi show at 7.30pm. it was pretty cold as one had to sit in the open lawn. It is good but not great. Got disappointed as the introduction was more an imagination than real history. It would have been great if narration was based on Chandela Dynasty's real history.
- Ian B00So soPark is very large with only about 20% open to tourists. There are about 55 tigers here, chances of seeing one slim. Other animals deer, birds interesting. Guides are informative and Jeep ride fun - but not the best place to view tigers in the wild.
- Parshu36900Explore Day trip of Historical Gwalior fort, Temples & Museum.GWALIOR – Gwalior is an historical city in North of Madhya Pradesh at Central India. Today when we talk about Gwalior City, the first image comes in mind is the picture of Gwalior Fort. It is the face of Gwalior tourism and heritage culture of Central India. The tactically important fort at Gwalior, govern the city and for centuries it controlled one of the major routes between north & south India. The city of Gwalior is a store house of historical building, forts, palaces, temples, articles etc. Gwalior is famous for its very old & very large fort. Within the fort walls there are a number of interesting temples & ruined palaces. The dramatic colorful history of the great fort certainly goes back over a thousand years. The fort city of Gwalior is situated in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh on the main New Delhi-Mumbai and New Delhi-Chennai rail link. It is approximately 120 kms from agra ( Taj Mahal City) and 321 kms from Delhi. The City extends between latitude 26*14’ in the north to longitude 78*10’ in the east. The city is located in northern-most part of Madhya Pradesh state in Central India. There are number of tourist attraction in Gwalior City. Let us know about some of the prominent places to visit in Gwalior: Fort- The Fort hill ascends 100 meters to less than 200 meters. The Fort walls, which prolong around almost the entire hilltop, are 10 meters high & imposingly solid. Underneath the walls the hill face drops absolute away to the plains. There are a number of things to see in & around the fort. Archaeological Museum –The museum is within the Gujari Mahal Palace, at the start of the north-east gradient to the fort. The palace was built in the 15th Century by Man Singh for his favorite queen Mrignayni. The building is now rather deteriorated but the museum has a compilation of Hindu & Jain Sculptures & copies of the Bagh Caves fescoes. Jai Vilas Palace- Located in the ‘new town’, which actually dates from 1809. This was the palace of the Scindia family. Although the current Maharaja still lives there in the palace a large part of it is used as a museum. It’s full of the erratic sort of items Hollywood Maharajas are supposed to collect the Belgian cut glass, furniture, including a rocking chair. Or what looks like half the tiger population of India, all shot, stuffed & moth-eaten. But the piece-de-resistance is a model after dinner.