How To Visit Park

 

The Panna Tiger Reserve can be visited by a registered vehicle on payment of entry fee. A private gypsy registered with park is available at the booking counter on a separate payment of Rs. 1500 for Madla gate & (Hinouta gate Rs. 2000). Entry fee paid online or at the counter, does not include cost of arranging private Gypsy and Guide (Rs. 360) for park visit.

It is always better to book entry ticket in advance through (www.mponline.gov.in), as the maximum number of vehicles allowed to enter the park per-day is limited. Be careful the weekends and holidays are crowded.    

PARK TIMINGS : Daily as follows:

Winter Season, October to February
Morning Round Sunrise to 11:00 AM
Afternoon Round  3:00 PM to Sunset
Summer Season, March to June

Morning Round

Sunrise to 11:00 AM
Afternoon Round  4:00 PM to Sunset

BEST TIME TO VISIT :  December to March

FEES AND CHARGES :

At present the following rates are applicable.

ENTRY GATES :

1. Park Entry Fees
  Viewing wildlife by Vehicles (Per Round)
Single seat permit, in a vehicle registered by park management for tourism purpose (Light Motor Vehicles and Mini Bus)
 
: Rs. 250
Full vehicle permit, in a vehicle registered by park management for tourism purpose (Light Motor Vehicles), maximum 8 persons.
 
: Rs. 1500

Note : Permits will be available in percentage shown in the following table .

Single Seat permit (Online)

Single seat permit (Offline)

Field Dir. Quota (Offline)

Full vehicle permit (Online)
10%

10%

10%

Rest of the Permits
  • Figures will be rationalise to obtain the actual number of permits as per the percentage.
  • Offline permit will be available a day before the Safari date, 5 PM onwards.  The actual time of booking will be decided by officer in-charge of the Protected Area.

 

2. Guide Fees
Guide : Rs. 360/round 
  3. Pandav Fall/Raneh Fall Entry Fees
On foot/ Bicycle (per person fee) : Rs 50
Scooter/Motor cycle/ other two wheelers  : Rs. 100/- plus per person permit fee of person/ persons riding the vehicle (maximum 2) Ex. : Fee for 1 person by scooter will be Rs. 100+50=150/- and for 2 persons Rs. 200/

Light Motor Vehicles (Car, Jeep, Gypsy or similar)

:

Rs. 250/- plus per person permit fee of person/ persons riding the vehicle (maximum as per the passing capacity)

Ex. : Fee for 1 person by Car will be Rs. 250+50=300/- and for 3 persons Rs. 400/-

Bus  :

Rs. 500/-  plus per person permit fee of person/ persons riding the vehicle (maximum as per the passing capacity) 

Ex. : Fee for 1 person by Bus will be Rs. 500+50=550/- and for 10 persons Rs. 1,000/-

Note :-

 

Where entry of auto-rickshaw is permitted by the officer in-charge of the protected area, the entry fee for an auto- rickshaw shall be two times the rate of two-wheelers.

    Drivers and guides/naturalists shall be counted in the numbers of passengers allowed in a vehicle.
    If a person pays full entry fee for a round by vehicle he shall not be charged anything extra for visiting Pandav and Raneh falls in Panna Tiger Reserve on foot or by vehicle. 
    It shall be compulsory to keep the identity proofs of all the visitors listed in the entry permit. Entry permit will be cancelled if the identities of the persons mentioned in it cannot be ascertained.
   

Visitors are permitted to use their still or video cameras free of cost during such fixed round.

DISTANCES :

Station Distance
Satna to Panna (70 kms) to Hinauta (20 kms) 90 kms
Satna to Panna (70 kms) to Madla (19 kms) 89 kms
Madla to Khajuraho 25 kms
Madla to Chattarpur (74 kms) to Jhansi (125 kms) 199 kms
Khajuraho to Ken Gharial sanctuary (Raneh falls) 18 kms
Khajuraho to Majhagawan (Diamond mine) 63 kms
Jhansi to Chattarpur (125 kms) to Khajuraho (67kms) 192 kms
Panna to Majhagawan (Diamond mine) 19 kms
Panna to Ajaigarh Fort 33 kms
Panna to Amanganj 32 kms
Panna to Katni 130 kms

 

HOW TO REACH : Park gate Madla 

Nearest Airport :  Khajuraho(25 km)

Nearby main Railheads :

 

ACCOMMODATION :

THINGS TO REMEMBER :

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