If you are one of those who have deep passion towards wildlife adventure and loves nature then Panna National Park is the best option to explore. Panna National Park is an astonishing park in Madhya Pradesh, India. Situated around 57 km from Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh, it covers an area of 543 sqkm by dense forest and has a rich source of flora and fauna. This is perfect place where you can enjoy the wildlife and nature through jeep, boats or on foot.
Panna National Park offers lots of exposure to enjoy wildlife photography. Here you can have a sight of tigers, sloth bear, march crocodile, elephant, cinkara, sambhar, nilgai, leopard, wild dog, wolf, hyaena and chital. Apart from this, here you can even find variety of snake, including python and other reptiles are also easily evident. In addition, the park is full of vibrant beautiful birds. It is considered to be abode of more than 200 species of birds that can easily be found, including a host of migratory birds. You can see king vulture, white necked stork, honey buzzard, paradise flycatcher and many more.
This region has mixed evergreen forest inter spread with grassland areas. The landscape of this rocky and uneven landscape is covered by scrubby vegetation and grass. Besides this, dry and hot climate, in union with shallow Vindhyan soils has given rise to dry Teak and dry mixed forest. Other major forest types are riverines, open woodlands with tall grasses and thorny woodlands.
While you are visiting the park you should try to pursue all the rules of the park and should not venture into restricted area. It might be dangerous to feed animals over there. You can carry camera along with you but, some charges are to be paid for that. Try to keep the Park clean. Do not through rappers and waste all around in the park. Though these are few small points but following these guidelines can help in preserving the flora and fauna of Panna National Park. . Although the park is opened throughout the year but the best time to visit Panna National Park is the time in between November to April.
You can easily reach the Panna National Park by train from Satna which is 90 km from Panna. Besides this, by air or road Khajuraho is ideal location and situated at distance of 57 km from Panna.
For more information on Panna National Park, wildlife in Panna National Park visit site Panna-National-Park.com.
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