Want to Camp in Panna? Here’s What You Should Know!

Want to Camp in Panna? Here’s What You Should Know!

Famously known as the ‘The City of Diamonds’ Panna is a beautiful and scenic place situated in the mountain ranges of Vidhyanchal, Madhya Pradesh. The city ‘Panna’ is named after Padmavati Devji Ji temple. No wonder the place is home to many sublime divine temples and its ambiance and atmosphere attract domestic and international tourists alike. Camping in Panna is quickly getting traction as a sought-after activity among tourists.

About Panna

This city was formerly a part of the Vindhya Pradesh state, and it was subsequently merged on 1st November 1956 into Madhya Pradesh. On the establishment of the Sagar division on October 20, 1972, it has been combined with the Rewa division and included in the Sagar division. The current geo-scenario of the Panna district consists of Charkhari, Chhattarpur, Ajaygrah State, and United Provinces. The place attracts tourists like sunflower attracts bees. If you want your family to have an excellent Camping in Panna and would like to discover an electrifying adventure while you’re there, the most ideal time of the year to visit is between October and March.

What is the Weather like in Panna

The weather in Panna is a humid subtropical climate (as per the (Köppen climate classification Cwa), the summers are hot, followed by a cooler monsoon season, and cool winters. You can expect heavy rainfall from June to September, thus this time of year is not recommended to visit Panna.

What Can you do While Camping in Panna

There are many exciting and wholesome things to be done while camping in Panna. You can visit Panna National Park’s wildlife sanctuary for animal gazing. Here, spotting Gharials is easy in their natural home. If you want to lock the moments, you can carry your camera to capture these lazy amphibians while they enjoy the sun. While the Wildlife sanctuary is famous for its Gharial Population, you can also enjoy viewing many animals like Nilgai, Sambar, Langur, and more here. Make sure to capture them in your lens while they are busy with their activities.

  • Camping Activities-

There are a host of activities worth exploring on your trip to Panna, but the experience of campsites here is matchless. The peak of camping can be enjoyed at the Buffer Zone of the Panna National Park.

It is the strategic location of Panna, which is, enveloped by diverse landscapes making it an ideal site for camping. Warm up your adventure streak for a treat of trekking winding paths. Prep your camera gear for watching birds. And when the sun settles in its home, under the glow of moonlight and glittering stars enjoy a bonfire with us at Greetoe resort Panna. Or, immerse in various activities at our night camp on the itinerary and secure the memories of your life in the wilderness at Greetoe Camp Panna.

Night Jungle Camping and Panna Safari

The night Jungle camping and Panna safari will bring out the best adventure experience of your trip. You can enjoy all fun-filled activities with a group in the middle of a dense forest. Apart from the bonfire, you will witness team collaborating activities with your friends, loved ones, and general guests. Other than this, you can go on jungle trekking or take an evening jungle walk to draw lifetime memories. To enhance your stay experience at Greetoe resort Panna you can play badminton.

Visiting Pandav Falls

One of the things to do while camping in Panna is to behold the mesmerizing site of the Pandav Falls. It is situated only 34 km from Khajuraho, the Pandav waterfall is enveloped with a lush green forest, and the pure, and mystic ambiance of the falls is a site witness, the flowing water and nature encapsulate the tourist’s attention, so visiting the vicinity should be on top of your itinerary. Another interesting reason to pay a visit to this scenic location is that, in the days of yore, the Pandavas are believed to stay at this place for some time when they were in exile.

On your Camping Journey Visit Panna Tiger Reserve

Panna Tiger Reserve is one of the best places to see tigers in India. The reserve is home to more than 50 tigers and is a popular tourist destination. Here are some things to do at Panna Tiger Reserve:

  1. Take a jeep safari through the park to see tigers in their natural habitat.
  2. Stay at Panna Tiger Reserve resorts and book a tiger safari for an unforgettable experience.
  3. Go on a nature walk and spot other animals like deer, and monkeys.
  4. Take a boat ride on the Ken River to enjoy birds and other aquatic life.

About Panna

After a long day of hiking and exploring, there is nothing better than snuggling up at one of the best hotel in Panna, Greetoe resort. We pledge a soothing ambiance close to nature, we dish out locally grown food that only soars the level of authenticity to your stay at Greetoe. There is nothing like the feeling of being close to nature in the lap of luxury. We are here to help you make that happen!


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