Panna national park General information in english
Panna national park
APanna National Park is located in Panna district, 57 kilometers from Khajuraho in the middle of Madhya Pradesh.
This area is famous for diamonds. Here are some of the best wildlife species of India, and it is one of the best Tiger Reserve in the country.
Apart from wild cats, tigers and deer and antelopes are also found in this garden.
Due to the proximity to Khajuraho, a popular tourist attraction of India, this garden has the potential to become a major tourist attraction.
It is considered the second Sariska National Park in India. Panna National Park is also getting support from the ‘World Wildlife Fund.’
Status of Panna National Park
There are excellent and favorable residences in the Panna Tiger Reserve for wild beasts and wildlife; there are grasslands in the Panna Tiger Reserve, which are improved and maintained every year.
There are caves and thick forests in place of wild animals throughout the park. Which provide an area of suitable habitat for wild animals.
The expanse of the Panna Reserve located in the northern Vindhya hills is spread over Panna and Chhatarpur districts in the northern region of India’s Madhya Pradesh state.
Its area is 576.13 square kilometers. Its height ranges from 212 meters to 338 meters above sea level.
Area – core area (576.13 km²) buffer zone (1021.97 km²)
Animals found in Panna National Park
Tiger, leopard, wildcat, brown spotted cat, hyena, wild dog, wolf, jackal, reed, sambhar, chitari deer or chital, blue bull or nilgai, chinkara, foreshortened envelope or chausanga, sehi, etc.
More than 200 birds have been identified, the status of state bird is found in MilkRaj (Paradise Flaise Catcher) Panna.
Panna National Park
Panna Tigar Reserve is easily seen in birds – heron or blind bhog Gulbadana, Fakhta, peacock, quail, pheasant, tuaye parrot, titri, malhat, Mokhia, sugarcane, kalchri, Dayal, Robin Latur, Peel Kotwal, native Parrot, Dogra, Chil, Bhat, Phetar, Nilkantha Nourang, and Powai Maine
In the jungles of Panna Tiger Reserve, besides the Indian goah (Bavaria Bengalis), Indian Python (Python Molurus), Cobra (Najnaja), Gadiyal (Gavialis Ganjicikus) in Kane river, and Crocodile (Crocodilus palustris) are also found.
Panna National Park arrived this way
Rail Track –
1 – Khajuraho – 25 km For tourists coming from Delhi.
2 – Jhansi (180 km) – For tourists coming from Mumbai, Delhi, and Chennai.
3 – Satna (90 km) – For tourists coming from Delhi, Kolkata and Varanasi.
4 – Katni – (150 km) – For tourists coming from Mumbai, Chennai, and Nagpur.
1 – Satna – Hinauta and Mandla Gate 90 km
2 – 25 km from Khajuraho. group
3- 63 hanauta gate and majagana (diamond mines) 63 kms from Khajuraho
Air route –
1 – 25 km from Khajuraho