Panna National Park : Dynamic Nature
The dry deciduous forests of Panna National Park present a different charm altogether. Every year, the forests change like a dream going from emerald green in the monsoon to a depressing grey in summer. Ancient relics lie scattered all over the forests adding a layer to the romantic portrait of the Panna National Park. In the midst of the dynamic landscape, wildlife has found a way to flourish. The dangerously charming crocodiles rule the Panna National Park while the majestic tigers have been relegated to the second spot. Other terrestrial animals include bears, chinkaras, chitals and sambhars. Birds, however, have superior numbers with 200 species. The King Vulture reins the skies surrounded by his loyal entourage of honey buzzards. Different species of geese and parakeets add a little music to the landscape.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Panna National Park is Khajuraho Airport which is about 65 km away.
Satna is a nearest railway station from Panna National Park; it has the connectivity from all the major cities of state in India.
The road network is very good to reach Panna National Park, nearest bus stand is in Panna town which is connected to Khajuraho, Satna and many other places in Madhya Pradesh by a good road network. Distance from places; Khajuraho: 66 km, Satna: 105 km.