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Essence of Heritage with Wildlife - Panna with khajuraho | 3 Nights 4 Days
"This week-long holiday in Madhya Pradesh is ideal for history and wildlife fanatics. Revel at the detailed carvings at the Western Group of Temples at Khajuraho, the famed UNESCO World Heritage Site.Enjoy spotting pythons and gharials at Panna National Park. Near Panna, the cascading waters of Pandav Fall will soothe your's"
Panna National Park, a popular tiger reserve, is home to some of the rarest wildlife species. This park is situated about 57 kilometres away from Khajuraho in the Chattarpur region of Madhya Pradesh. Spread over a large area of 543 sq km, it can be best explored by jeep safari, boat ride or elephant safari.
Visitors can spot Tiger, Leopard, Wild Dog, Wolf, Hyena and Caracal. Other animals like Chital, Sambar, Sloth Bear and Chinkara can also be spotted here. Not only wild animals, the park also provides shelter to more than 200 species of birds, including White Necked Stork, Honey Buzzard, Blossom Headed Parakeet, Bar Headed Goose, King Vulture and Paradise Flycatcher. In addition, a variety of snakes can be seen here.
Best Time to Visit Panna :
|OCT to FEB||MAR to JUNE||JULY to SEP|
|5°C - 28°C||26°C - 45°C||24°C - 35°C|
Winter (October- February)
Undoubtedly, winter is the best time to visit Panna National Park. Starts in the month of October, the winter season in Panna brings cool, calm and pleasant weather which allow tourists to explore the wildlife to its fullest. Winter is also the most ideal time to indulge in bird sightseeing in Panna as a large population of birds migrate here during the season.
Summer (March – June)
With the onset of March, the summer season in Panna National Park marks its beginning. During the whole season, the weather of the region remains extremely hot and humid. As a result of which, tourists find it uneasy and uncomfortable to explore the park in such a scorching heat. However, despite such unfavorable weather conditions, a lot of wildlife lovers still visit the place during this time.
Monsoon (July – September)
Along with the heavy rainfall, monsoon also brings the breeding season of the wild animals. Therefore, the park during these months remains closed for tourists. So, if you are thinking of planning a visit to Panna during this then it’s better to plan it in some other reason.
Places to Visit Panna Attraction:
- Pandava Falls
- Diamond Mine
- Raneh Falls
- Pandava Caves
- Ken crocodile sanctuary
The town's name, anciently "Kharjuravahaka", is derived from the Sanskrit word kharjur meaning "date palm"
That Khajuraho is still a remote place in Central India is borne out by the fact that the closest major railhead is 175 kilometers (null miles) away. So it isn't surprising that these temples lay hidden in dense forests for centuries, till a British military adventurer decided to pay heed to a suggestion made by a local of taking a detour to see them.
That was 1838. The rest, as they say, is history. For many Khajuraho erotic temples are as iconic a representation of India as the Taj. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, these temples represent the apogee of two art forms a sculpture and architecture. In a relatively short span of 100 years, from 950 CE - 1050 CE, these temples were completed in an inspired burst of creativity.
Best Time to Visit Khajuraho:
OCT to MAR
APRIL to JUNE
JULY to SEP
|5°c to 27°c||28°c to 45°c||24°c to 32°c|
Winter (October - March)
This is the peak season for tourist arrivals and tourism in Khajuraho. This time of the year see maximum footfall in terms of foreign tourists and visitors. Much awaited dance festival of Khajuraho is also organized in the winters. This annual festival is observed in the first week of February from the 1st to the 7th. Since this is the peak season, expect tourist rush everywhere.
Summers (April - June)
While the mornings and evenings are still bearable, scorching days with teamerature soaring to as high as 45°C (113°F) makes it very tough for sightseeing tour of Khajuraho Temples as it involves a lots of walking from one temple to another. These months' are best avoided. Only visit this time of the year if you are used to this harsh season. The mean temperature around this time of the year is approximately 35°C (95°F)
Monsoon (July – September)
The monsoon sets in Khajuraho in late June or early July bringing respite from the harsh sun but the weather remains humid around this time. However, the arrival of rain replenishes the earth and vegetation as the town dons the lush green hues. Around evenings, weather becomes pleasant making it comfortable for sightseeing tour.this is the time of the year when you should visit Khajuraho. The average temperature during monsoon in Khajuraho remains around 28°C (82.4°F).
Places to Visit:
The rich and unique Indian art form is engraved on every wall of the mesmerizing Khajuraho temple. The place is also unique for the cluster of temples surrounding it. The major attractions are mentioned below.
- Sound & Light Show
- Raneh Fall
- Ken Gharial Sanctuary
- Bicycle Tour
- Khajuraho Museum
1. These packages are customizable, which means that changes can be done to the itinerary/activity, if you desire so. The final payment will be calculated as per the changes made in the itinerary which will be outlined in the confirmatory e-mail sent to you.
2. We do not bear the responsibility of refund for any unused accommodation, missed meals, transportation segments, sightseeing tours or any other service. Such unused items are neither refundable nor exchangeable.
3. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows:
- 31 Days or more before departure - 50% of the Tour / service cost
- Less than 30 days before departure - Non Refundable
Written cancellation will accept on all working days, except Sunday, Any cancellation sent on Sunday's will be considered on next working day (Monday)./ service cost 30 days prior to arrival: Non Refundable.