A vast area of lush wildlife habitat in an otherwise fragmented forest landscape, the Panna National Park covers an approximate area of 542.7 sq. km. and forms a major part of the catchment area of the Ken River. Located just 40 kilometres from the Panna National Park entrance and nestled in a rocky outcrop is the Pashan Garh lodge.
The luxurious and intimate Taj Safari Lodge features 12 stone cottages, with interiors that are a unique mix of chocolate linens, block-printed black silks, celadon cotton and cotton lace chandeliers. There is also a recurrence of crocodile motifs inspired by the Ken River crocodiles, all throughout the lodge. The rough and chunky stone interiors have a sleek, warm and inviting demeanour.
Partake of authentic, flavoursome, and rich Indian cuisine prepared by our expert Chefs. Experience a bush dinner on an ox-cart with the cuisine served in traditional earthenware pots. For lunch, sit by the pool or opt for in-room service, where the food will be delivered via butler hatches. Interact with nature, in the closest way with the help of our expert naturalists. Explore the forests, thick with teak trees and dotted with rocky bits of terrain.
After exploring the area and its surroundings, head to Khajuraho, a famous World Heritage Site. Arriving here, our guests can immediately notices the charming markets selling indigenous goods and souvenirs.
Rich with diamond mines, historic temples and lush forests, Panna is truly a paradise, with the Pashan Garh being the pinnacle of luxurious accommodation in Panna.