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Pashan Garh – Taj Safaris
Panna Tiger Reserve
- Take a relaxing boat-ride on the Ken River or cycle through the nearby village. Yoga lessons are held here as well.The lodge also organises trips to the nearby Khajuraho temple and Kalinjar forts, besides visits to an active diamond mine. Take in the majestic views of the Pandav Falls and caves in the region. A lookout tower on the property provides opportunities for stargazing and birdwatching. Private dinners under open skies arranged for in rustic palanquins. A naturalist can also help you set up a camera trap before turning in for the night so you can see what wildlife visited you as you slept.
- The lodge features 12 stone cottages, contemporary yet mindful of their Indian heritage. Each has a large en-suite bathroom and discreet veranda with a comfortable day bed. The verandahs have been inspired by the Khajuraho's temples.
- The lodge offers the best of Bundelkhand-style cuisine. The menu may often feature delicacies straight from the lodge’s own garden.
- Open all through the year, but the park itself is only open to the public from 15 October to 30 June.
- Nearest airport - Khajuraho (50 km)Nearest railhead - Khajuraho (50 km)Nearest park gate - Hinauta (30 km)
- Children of all ages are welcome. Screening of wildlife movies; indoor games organised by naturalists; treasure hunt, cooking demonstration; guided nature walks; and community visits are some of the activities they can participate in. The 'I am a Naturalist' programme for budding naturalists is a 3-5 day module that introduces kids to the finer art of tracking animals using field signs, alarm calls and pug marks. At the end of the programme, they take home a certificate.
- In-house lodge naturalist
- Credit cards accepted
- Swimming pool
- Wifi access
Lush emerald green forests, deep ravines, open plateaus and cascading waterfalls welcome you into their folds. Captivated one forgets that, as with most Indian wildlife reserves, Panna too was originally a hunting reserve owned by the Maharaja of Panna. It was granted National Park status in 1981. The boundary of the 540 square kilometre park is marked by the broad and rocky River Ken which flows through the Vindhya range in Madhya Pradesh towards the Ganges, a river full of life from croc Read more>>
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