Visit Panna National Park, India
Only 45 minutes from the ornate temple complex at Khajuraho, Panna National Park is one of the country's most accessible tiger sanctuaries; however this accessibility has inherent risks for the iconic tiger.
An expanding human population and continued high demand for tiger parts in traditional medicines meant that the park had lost all of its own tigers by June 2009. Two tigers have been moved here from other parks, but sightings are rare.
However, Panna also hosts a variety of other animals. Leopard, like tiger, are adept at avoiding human contact but their prey species are not so reticent. Chittal and sambar deer graze the grasslands while langur monkeys keep watch from the forest canopy.
Map of Panna National Park
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Places near Panna National Park
- Khajuraho 29 kilometers away
- Bandhavgarh National Park 118 kilometers away
- Orchha 163 kilometers away
- Gwalior 259 kilometers away
- Chambal Sanctuary 283 kilometers away
- Satpura National Park 293 kilometers away
- Kanha National Park 309 kilometers away
- Varanasi 310 kilometers away
- Pench Tiger Reserve 337 kilometers away
- Agra 351 kilometers away
- Fatehpur Sikri 365 kilometers away
- Ramathra 378 kilometers away
- Bharatpur and Keoladeo Ghana National Park 387 kilometers away
- Ranthambhore National Park 389 kilometers away
- Bundi 453 kilometers away
- Bhainsrogarh 455 kilometers away