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Tadoba National Park

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Ideal duration: 1 day

Best time: Oct-Mar (Read More)

Nearest Airport: Nagpur (Check Flights)


"The land of Tigers in Maharashtra"

Tadoba National Park Tourism

Famous for its natural heritage, Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is definitely one of India's most exciting and best protected Tiger Reserve, with most visible tiger sightings in the state of Maharashtra

Tadoba national park is located in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra. This place is an ideal weekend gateway for wildlife and nature lovers. Spotted in this region are rare species of flora and fauna, soothing your very being. Tadoba is famous for Tadoba national park, Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, Tadoba lake, Erai dam, Moharli and Khosla village. These attractions serves the tourists of an enchanting wildlife experience.

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The wildlife safari in Tadoba is one of the most thrilling experience you can ever have. You get a chance to meet some of the rare wildlife creatures. The Tadoba National Park, which is the oldest and the largest reserve inhabits around 88 tigers. On a safari, you get to see not only tigers easily but also animals like leopards, sloth bears, gaur, jungle cats. Marsh crocodile which was once common can also be witnessed here. The beautiful and extravagant vegetation is an icing on the cake.

The safety issue is not a problem. The safari jeeps are not dangerous and a guide accompanies you throughout the safari. Also, knowledgeable English speaking guides are there to give you useful information during the safari. It is available in early morning and afternoon hours. Make sure to book your tickets in advance. Online booking is also an option. The park remains open throughout the year. So, it is very easy to plan a trip.

Tadoba is usually a one-day adventure and though the area is brimming with enjoyment and attractions the cuisine options here are limited. It is advisable to carry your own food for a day-trip here.

Day 1- Reach Tadoba by morning. Check into your hotel and after freshening up, you can start your day by visiting the gravity filled Erai dam. The total time to visit the place will be less than two hours. After taking lunch, you can head to some Tadoba markets for shopping. Though you will not find luxurious malls and branded items, but you can still explore them.
Day 2- Set out for the most exciting part- the jungle safari. You can go either in the early morning which is around 5:00 AM or in the afternoon. But, former is better since chances of spotting rare animals are high. Spend around three or four hours enjoying the safari. Located in the middle of the reserve is the Tadoba lake. You can visit that also to see myriad varieties of birds.
Day 3- If you are here for one more day, you can head out to Moharli village. It will take only one-hour maximum.

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9 months ago by Rohit Shroff

- Carry proper shoes and full sleeved clothing to avoid insect bites. Torch and mosquito repellents are a must have in the region. Also carry light snacks and bottled water along the wildlife safari.

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Holidify's Opinion

  What's Great?

Mild winters with pleasant weather. Rich in wildlife. Lush green vegetation with beautiful sceneries. Not too crowded.

  What's not so Great?

Excessively hot summers. No adventures except jungle safari. No prominent tourists places. Sometimes, the safari can turn out to be not worthy if you do not spot animals. So, the trip depends on your luck.

For Whom

Perfect for wildlife lovers and those who love to know about animals. Good place for nature lovers too.


How to Reach Tadoba National Park

You can easily reach Tadoba through road, air and rail transport. Tadoba does not have its own railway station or an airport, but the nearest railway station is Chandrapur Railway Station and the n... (Read More)

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Answer: From this year onwards (2017), only the buffer zones are open for tourists. Even though wildlife can be sighted in these areas, the frequency of the same is low. However, the forest is most beautiful and isolated in monsoon. And you never know how your luck will turn out. Best luck!

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