Panna National Park is a pristine wilderness area: a vast plateau dominated by thick teak forests, grasslands, deep gorges, cascading waterfalls and the central tree-lined Ken River, with its views of ruined temples and ancient hunting lodges.
Although tigers are sparse, there are other species of cat, such as leopard and jungle cat, as well as wolves, foxes, India's ‘Big Four' snakes, and a plethora of bird species and mugger and marsh crocodiles.
The luxury Pashan Garh Panna Wilderness Lodge ‘stone house' is a characterful, rough-hewn gem, while just 31-km away the intricately carved Hindu Temples at Khajuraho are a major draw.
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