At a distance of around 57km from Khajuraho, you get an easy accessibility to Panna National Park. It is located in the famed Panna and Chattarpur regions of Madhya Pradesh, India. The park experiences topical type of climate and pampers wild cats, antelope and deer. The easily noticeable animals of this region is tiger Panthera tigris tigris who lives comfortably here with his fellow companions like caracal Felus caracal, wild dog Cuon alpinus, leopard Panthera pardus and sloth bear. And if you are thinking this is all in terms of adventurous tourism then you are wrong because the wooded areas of the park offers you the unimaginable sight of sambar, chowsingha and chital. However, chinkara in green open areas and lush green haven with cascading waterfalls all represent an undulated beauty of the park. The best time to taste the wildlife of Panna National Park is between October to June. And once you are there you can notice the daily activities of avifauna which includes over 200 species. Such as King vulture, honey Buuzzard, white necked stork, Paradise flycatcher, etc. are few names amongst others. And if still your heart desires for more then join snakes like python as well as reptiles. Amongst large iety of flora, you will be welcomed by some exotic tree species like Madhuca indica, Buchnania latifolia, Lannea coromandelica, etc. Other surprises of the Panna are the jeep safari for which you need rent your jeep. Nonetheless, you best best needs to include an elephant safari, a night safari at Gangau and a boar ride offered by park authorities.