Twice daily Safari Drives are conducted by expert naturalists in specially designed 4X4 vehicles with theatre style seating. Morning safaris start shortly after sunrise. Along with the thrill of tiger tracking, is a memorable stop for a picnic breakfast. Afternoon safaris last a couple of hours and end at sunset. Pashan Garh is equidistant from Hinouta and Madla gates, two official entry points to the Panna National Park. Both gates lead to different habitats and offer panoramic views. The expert naturalists are always updated about animal movements, especially those of tigers and leopards and formulate the day’s safari plans keeping guest preferences in mind. Typically, morning drives tend to be longer in duration and may begin at Hinouta which is a plateau. This flat open woodland with rocky hills and grasslands is a good place to spot the Indian gazelle or the Chinkara as well as the Chowsingha or four horned antelopes. The deep gorge of Dhundhwa Sehais not only a photographer’s delight, it is a roosting spot for several vulture species as well as the Peregrine falcon.