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Panna is rich in water falls and scenic views. Panna is situated on Vindhyachal Ranges which give Panna so many beautiful sites. Pandav Fall, Brihaspati Kund, Nand-Chand, Nachne, etc. are some of them.." The Reserve is open for the visitors for eight months in a year, i.e., from November to June. ."

According to a legend, the Pandavas spent quite a long time in the jungles of Panna during their exile. In fact the forest was once a game reserve for the royalty of Panna.


Pandav Fall :

Pandav Fall is around 12 kms from Panna towards Khajuraho. It is situated inside the Panna National Park but very close to the national highway. Easily accessible even during monsoon, it is a perennial fall fed by local springs. Lush green surrounding makes the fall spectacular. At the foot of fall there are some ancient caves overlooking a large pool of water. About 100 ft high, the fall has a beautiful picnic spot.

Gatha Fall :

Gatha fall is situated on the other side of the highway. About 300 ft high, the fall is very impressive and impose during monsoon and presents a very pleasant sight from the road itself..

Ken River :

The river is an excellent place to view aquatic predators, especially maggar and gharial, which can be spotted lazing around in the sun on the river banks.