Tadoba Experience

  • Destination: India, Maharashtra
  • Duration: 4 days

‘The Jewel of Vidarbha’ is what it is commonly called. The biggest National Park in the state of Maharashtra, the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve offers to be a soothing yet an escapade of a journey. With growing number of Tigers finding their coziness in the wilderness, the authorities are trying hard to make your visits justifiable. With Tigers being easily spotted in the region, an open gypsy, a special bus and trained guides would make sure to fetch you a solid experience. Tadoba’s X-Factor lies in its resourcefulness to offer much beyond the Tiger experience. The region has an exquisite variety of species that you’d otherwise not find in any part. In the heart of the central India, Maharashtra deserves to have a visit for what it has accomplished.

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Day 1 – Nagpur to Tadoba National Park

(3N/ 4 Days With 6 Safari Rides)

Meet and greet with our representative on Airport or Railway Station, Your journey begins as you travel from Nagpur to Tadoba National Park is around 110 kms. Your journey begins as you travel from Nagpur to Tadoba National Park. Arriving at afternoon around 13:00 hrs, check into your lodge and enjoy some rest as you prepare for action-packed days of exploration ahead. Tadoba National serves as a protected area for the critically endangered Bengal tiger and in recent times, has also become known for vulture conservation. It is home to over 50 varieties of mammals, about 600 species of birds and 25 reptilian species. The pride of Tadoba is its population of tigers, leopards. At 14:00 hrs. you will go an exciting session of Jungle Safari. At evening come back from Safari and enjoy your hi tea. After Dinner overnight stay at Hotel.


Day 2 and Day 3 – Tadoba National Park

Enjoy two full days of morning and afternoon game drives in Tadoba National Park. Apart from the tigers and leopards you may see barking deer, sambar deer, hog deer, black bucks, chitals, sloth bears, Himalayan black bears, yellow-throated martens, langurs and Rhesus monkeys. Large elephant herds can be seen in the summer. Tadoba is also a  popular bird watching destination as it is home to more than 300 species of domestic and migratory birds. If you’re lucky you might spot elusive birds like hawk-eagles, crested honey buzzards, and black eagles.


Day 4 – Tadoba National Park to Nagpur

Enjoy your early morning  final safari for the holiday is an up-close experience of great wilderness on the fringe of Tadoba National Park. Then bid farewell to the jungle and travel to Nagpur for your onward journey home.