Why we like it
- Stone cottages within the forest
- Just 50km from the temples of Khajuraho
- Surrounded by 200 acres of pristine forest
About Pashan Garh, Panna National Park
The airy architecture of the twelve stone cottages creates the impression of a summer pavilion of yesteryear. Delicious Indian fare, prepared by expert chefs, is discreetly delivered using the unobtrusive butler hatches.
Panna National Park links the eastern and western populations of wild animals through the Vindhya ranges. The Park, with its deep ravines, cascading waterfalls and thick teak forests, is a plateau with sprawling flatlands punctuated by hills, deep valleys and gorges. Home to the majestic tiger, you may also see leopard, wolf, hyena, jackal and sloth bear. The reserve is also well known for sightings of Indian crocodile.