After breakfast, drive to Panna (26 km, 45 minutes) where you will check-in at a hotel. In the afternoon, jeep safari in the Panna Tiger Reserve. The tiger reserve came into existence in 1994 when government of India brought the Panna National Park under the Project Tiger Reserve. The reserve is located on either side of the Ken River, which flows from south to north through the lower Vindhya Hills formations within the park. The reserve is spread over 1645 square km. Royal Bengal Tiger, leopard, wild dog, wolf, hyenas, caracal, smaller cats, sloth bear and deer are the mammals who abide in the reserve along with 200 species of birds.