Panna district is famous for its diamond mines and managed under the NMDC of Government of India. There are more places to visit in and around Panna like Mahamati Prannathji Temple, Padmavati Devi Temple, Baldeoji Temple and Panna National Park.
Ajaigarh town was one of the princely states of India in the Bundelkhand Agency and the lesser known fort is listed among the top tourist attractions of Panna. The hilltop fort and palace noted for its architectural beauty and style of Chandela dynasty.
Baldeoji Temple is the most famous temple of Panna and has Roman architecture by design, The temple considered to be the finest structure in area and was built by Maharaja Rudra Pratap Singh.
Panna district is known for only active Diamond mine of India, Diamond mines in Panna are managed by NMDC of Government of India. Majhagaon diamond mine is located in the Panna district about 55km away from Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh.
Panna National Park is the best maintained national park of India of 2017 and currently home to 44 royal Bengal tigers. Once upon a time by 2012, the entire tiger population of Panna tiger reserve was eliminated and today a healthy tiger population dominate the landscape.
Pandav Falls in Panna district of Madhya Pradesh is located on a tributary of the Ken River, close to Raneh Falls. The falls surrounded by lush green and dense forest inside the Panna National Park and one of the must visit place in Panna.
Brihaspati kund is the most popular tourist spot among locals of Panna and is a natural crater situated in Pahari Khera village, part of Bundelkhand. The natural crater is around 40 km from the city of Panna and a beautiful tourim spot where you can also see rock painting.
Khajuraho Group of Monuments is famous for erotic sculptures and nagara-style temples built by the Chandela dynasty, are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, Lord Ganesha, Sun god and to Jain Tirthankars.
The Boating site around mighty Ken river offers serene views and sightseeing of nature, birds and crocodilian. Boat riding in Kutni Island is one of the top things to do in Khajuraho along with temple tour and exploring statues.
Raneh Falls is one of the lesser known natural waterfall of Madhya Pradesh, located in Chhatarpur district and the series of falls along with river create deep canyon in varying shades of colours. The river passes through the narrow gorge and forms a deep canyon of crystalline granite and rocks rich in Granite and Dolomite.
Ken Gharial Sanctuary is the second best place to see gharial in India after National Chambal Sanctuary and part of the Gharial Conservation where captive gharial breeding take place. The sanctuary is protected under Wildlife Protection Act of 1972 and located northeast of the Khajuraho temples.
Gharial is one of the three species of crocodilian found in India and also among the longest of all living crocodilians. The fish-eating crocodile only found in the rivers of northern part of the Indian subcontinent including Chambal river, Son river, Ken river and Mahanadi river.