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Panna Jungle Resorts
Lawania Jungle Resorts
Situated in a large, dense forest belt forming the northern fringe of the natural Teak forest, with an area of 533 sq.kms. Spreading along the banks of the River Ken for a length of about 50 kms. The Panna National Park is only an hour’s drive from the famous Temple city “Khajuraho”.
Panna National Park is a paradise for nature lovers. The mighty Tiger, the lithe and graceful panther, the rare and endangered caracal, a cousin of the extinct Cheetah are believed to have their habitat here. The park also houses the members of the deer family. The graceful little Chinkara or Indian Gazelle, the Sambar, largest of the Indian Deer with magnificent horns, and the lovely Cheetals which moves through the park in herds, the Chowsingha or the four horned antelope is a pleasure to watch. The mail scavenging mammals are the hyena and jackal whereas the sloth bear is an omnivore.
The river attracts a number of avian species, storks, teals, pintails, pond herons, egrets are among the water birds, whereas the peafowl, jungle fowl, spur fowl, partridges and quails are the common ground laying birds. Green pigeons and rock pigeons are also numerous. Rollers, bee-eaters, drongos, warblers, kingfishers, woodpeckers, finches, orioles and fly-catchers are represented by several species. Eagles and kites are the birds of prey, whereas the vulture are seavengers. Several species of owls, owlets and night jars, represent the birds of the night.
Situated at the footstep of Panna National Park, Lawania Jungle Resort is only an hour’s drive from the famous Temple City “Khajuraho”.
Set up in the natural surroundings of the National Park Luxurious Tents with all modern facilities such as comfortable beds, attached bathroom with hot and cold running water, delicious Indian and Continental food and above all the personalized services to make your valued clients feel the worth of their money.