Panna Tourism

Famed for its diamond mines, Panna is a city in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Although the diamonds of Panna are not world class in quality and clarity, they are famously auctioned by the District Magistrate at the end of each month. The city also holds a lot of religious importance for the Hindus, and it was here that Mahamati Prannath preached the message of self awakening and also unfurled the flag of Jagani.


One of the popular attractions of Panna is the Pandava Falls and Caves, located with the territory of the Panna National Park. This is the place where Pandavas sought haven during their exile. This location is definitely going to leave you in awe, with the waterfalls, the deep lake and the lush green environs making it a perfect setting for your tryst with serenity.
Panna National Park is also a famous attraction here. Located in Panna and Chhatarpur districts, the national park is known worldwide for its plentiful wildlife and avifauna. The Park was also names as the best managed and maintained national park of India by the Ministry of Tourism of India. The major attractions of the park are wild cats, including tigers as well as deer and antelope. It is also an abode for more than 200 species of birds.

Another major attraction of the Panna is its Diamond Mines. Asia's biggest and only active diamond mine is situated in Madhya Pradesh due to this it is also known as treasure land. Majhagaon diamond mine is laid down over an area of 50 km belt, starting from the Paharikhera North-East to Majhgawan South-West with breadth of around 30 kms.

Raneh Falls and the Ken crocodile sanctuary is also a major attraction among the tourists. The Falls of Raneh are formed when river Ken falls from the canyons of the Rewa Plateau. The Ken Crocodile sanctuary is in the vicinity of the Raneh Falls itself.

Best time to visit Panna
Winters are a good time to visit Panna and engage in adventure activities. Temperature varies from 27 degrees Celcius in daytime to 8 degrees Celcius at night. The maximum number of tourists visits Panna during this time.

How to reach Panna
By Air – The National Park can be reached from the Khajuraho airport, lying 26 km away. Daily flights are available from Delhi.
By Train – The nearest railhead from the forest is Jhansi. Jhansi is 176 km from the forest. A 4 hr road trip on a taxi or bus is required to reach the reserve. Getting down at Satna is also an option.
By Road – Panna is connected to Bhopal, and regular bus services are available. It is also accessible from Gwalior. A straight drive down Jhansi via NH 78 and Chhatarpur will take you to the National Park.


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