Travel & Tourism

Diamond Mines

Diamond Mines:- India's largest diamond mine is present in Panna. Which is a large group of diamonds, on a branch of the Vindhachal mountain range, up to 240 km in the north-east. The only organized product of diamond in India is from the Mazagon mine located in Panna. India used to be the only source of diamonds for more than 3000 years. Then there were no diamond deposits in Brazil and South Africa. Excavations are going on continuously since the 17th century from the mines located in Panna. The mining of diamonds is done by the National Mineral Development Corporation.

Panna National Park

Panna National Park:- It is a national park extending to Panna district and Chhatarpur district of Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh state of India. Panna National Park was established in 1981 by the Government of India. The Ken river passing through Panna National Park adds to the beauty of the place. There is better arrangement of hotels and lodges for the stay of tree houses and people in Panna National Park. Panna National Park was recognized as a Biosphere Reserve on 25 August 2011.

Ken Gharial Sanctuary

Ken Sanctuary is a famous place near Khujraho in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. Where this sanctuary has been established to save the gharials from the country. The 45 km long river flows in the area of Ken Gharial Sanctuary. The Ken Sanctuary is located near the city of Panna. Due to being surrounded by dense forests and colorful igneous rocks, its beauty becomes even more four fold. Two rivers Khudar and Ken river meet in Ken Gharial Sanctuary.

Khajuraho (46 Km)

Khajuraho is a small town located in the Bundelkhand region (Chhatarpur District) of Madhya Pradesh and is famous for groups of Hindu and Jain temples. These temples are a UNESCO World Heritage Site for their beautiful and erotic rock carvings. Khajuraho has the Vindhya range of mountains as its beautiful backdrop. This makes Khajuraho a more fascinating destination to visit Khajuraho is also gateway to the Wildlife / Tiger circuit of Madhya Pradesh with Panna located just 46 km.

Pandav Fall and Caves

Located within the territory of the Panna National Park, as the name suggests this place is where the Pandavas sought haven during their exile. Mythology enthusiasts, rejoice! This location is definitely going to leave you in awe, with the waterfalls, the deep lake and the lush green environs making it a perfect setting for your rendezvous with serenity.

Raneh Falls

Raneh Falls is a natural waterfall located in the Ken river in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh state of India. The Ken River forms a 3 mil long and 98 ft deep canyon, which is made of pure crystalline granite in shades of red and pink and gray. Many waterfalls are formed in this Raneh Falls in the rainy season, this waterfall is not perennial. Raneh Falls is a waterfall located in the Ken Sanctuary. There are deep and narrow valleys made up of abundant granite and dolomite igneous rocks.

Ajaigarh Fort

Ajaigarh or Ajaygarh Fort is listed among the top attractions of the region. It stands alone on a hilltop in the district of Panna and is easily acrcessible from Khajuraho. The fort is bordered by beautiful Vindhya Hills and provides abbsolutely stunning views of the Ken River. This grand fort is noted for its rich historical past and architectural beauty, which speaks volumes about the Chandela dynasty.

Brihaspati Kund

Brihaspati Kund is a natural crater located in Panna District of Madhya Pradesh. It is popular tourist spot among locals. Brihaspati Kund is located in Pahari Khera village in Panna district of Madhya Pradesh state. The gardens are full of river water springs and natural scenery. Rocks are used to reach here. There are some old rock paintings on the rocks standing on the paths leading to the depths of the pool.