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Ken River Lodge - Panna National Park

Fondly called the Tree House by locals, because of its lovely Machaan restaurant overlooking the Ken River, it is the finest place to get lost from the world. It is spread in sprawling jungle of 50 acres along the Ken River and offers a unique opportunity to laze with the crocodiles, roar with the tigers and soar with the birds. It offers a unique blend of traditional royal hospitality and comfortable country living.
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Fondly called the Tree House by locals, because of its lovely Machaan restaurant overlooking the Ken River. It is spread in sprawling jungle of 50 acres along the Ken River soar with the birds.It offers a unique blend of traditional royal hospitality and comfortable country living.It is offers great opportunity to view animals like Tiger, Sloth Bear, Cheetal, Sambhar and Nilgai. Panna is also home to crocodiles and over 300 species of birds.

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Luxury Jungle Resorts in Panna National Park

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Boat Safari at Panna Enjoy the carefree Boar Ride on the mesmerising river Ken.

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Misty view of Ken River Lodge A Lodge that is built with natural material that is sourced from the neighbouring village.

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Jeep Safari at Panna Ken river lodge's 4x4 open Gypsy used for Jungle Safari. The guests are accompanied with trained naturalists.

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The Tree House Restaurant Fantastic view of the Machaan at Ken River Lodge, Panna.

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