Tadoba National Park

Tadoba National Park

Explore Maharashtra’s oldest and largest national park, the Tadoba National Park, which is also one of the 47 Project Tiger Reserves of India. Also called Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve after adding the Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary in its premises, the Tadoba National Park is a rich blend of stunning hilly terrain, shimmering water bodies, dense forest, and an exotic population of wildlife animals and birds. Discover the wilderness of Tadoba in a safari and feel the adrenaline rush and thrill of tracking down the big cat.

One of the finest places to witness the Royal Bengal Tigers, a jeep safari in Tadoba National Park, also called the Tiger Safari, is the best way to explore the wilderness in its glory amidst the dense foliage of Tadoba forest. The park is divided into three safari zones namely Moharli (Mohurli) Zone, Tadoba Zone, and Kolsa Zone where you can spot tigers and other wild animals along with taking in the lush floral luxuriant of the landscape. There are three types of safaris in Tadoba including the Normal safari with an open jeep, Canter safari which is a 20-seater open bus, and Tatkal safari which are done in jeeps in premium zones and are more expensive. The tiger safari is held in mornings and evenings and the booking can be done online.

Spend a night in the tented camp sites inside the park and bask in the peacefulness of the night forest under the star glinting sky. The camp sites are Camp Seria Tiger, Irai Safari Retreat, The Royal Tiger Resort, Tadoba Tiger King, Mahua Tola, and The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge, which are luxury accommodations offering food, bedding, and all basic facilities to give you an unforgettable experience.

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