On arrival at Khajuraho Airport/Railway Station, transfer to Hotel, After wash & change then visit the world famous Khajuraho temples built by the Chandela Kings between 950 AD & 1050 AD. The most important are the Chaunset Yogini temple dedicated to Goddess Kali, the Mahadev temple, Chitragupta or Bharatji temple with lovely image of 11 headed Vishnu, Vishwanath & Nandi temples, Lakshmana temple, Visha temple dedicated to Shiva, which is the largest & most typical of temples.
Overnight stay at Hotel in Khajuraho.
After breakfast check out from Hotel. Evening, visit Panna National park with open jeep safari. Panna National Park is a very popular wild life reserve. Located in the central Indian province of Madhya Pradesh, this national park is at a distance of almost 57 km from Khajuraho. Among the better known tiger reserves in India, Panna National Park is one of them. The park is famous for its big cats like the tigers and the leopards.
Tourists who visit Khajuraho, make it a point to get to the Panna National Park to see the majestic cats in the wild. The landscape is rocky, the terrain is uneven and the vegetation comprises of mainly tall grass and scrubby bushes.
Lunch & Dinner at Lodge Ken River and Overnight stay at Panna.
Early morning visit Panna National park with open Jeep safari back to the Lodge. And Night safari in jhinna camp. Night Safaris are offered in the reserve forest and offers good opportunity to see nocturnal animals. Frequently seen animals include Civets, Jackal, Porcupine, Hynea, Fox, Sloth bear Jungle cat, Blue bull and Cheetal. Also seen less frequently are leopards, Wolves, Rusty spotted cat and Leopard cat.
One can also explore the jungle on foot, there is an exciting forested hill with ruins and neighboring villages to be explored.
Dinner at Jhinna Camp / Panna Ken River. Overnight Stay.
After breakfast visit Kaliginger Fort Temple. This temple devotees Neelkanth Mahadev, which allows views of a shivalinga through a cave-like opening. Just above the temple is a natural water source that never dries up and water continually drips onto the shivalinga. The priests, who have been Chandela Rajputs since the time of the Chandela kings have pointed out that the neck of the sculpture of Lord Shiva on the shivalinga, though made of solid rock, is always moist to touch. This is a reminder of the "neelkantha" or drinking of poison story from the epic Bhagavata Purana.
Back to the Panna Ken River Lodge dinner at Hotel and Overnight stay.
After breakfast morning boar ride in Ken River back to the Hotel then check out and departure transfer Khajuraho airport board the flight for your own destinations.