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Tadoba National Park


Best Time To Visit:

April – May

November – February

Reaching Tadoba:

Flight: New Delhi – Nagpur

Railway: New Delhi – Chandrapur

About Tadoba National Park

The oldest protected forest of Maharashtra, Tadoba is a quaint little jungle with beautiful hilly terrains on its north and west side and the pristine, perennial Todoba Lake in the centre. Quite recently tiger numbers and sightings shot up the roof and Tadoba National Park made its place among the biggest names in the tiger circuit. Tadoba National Park is a dry deciduous forest with mostly teak and bamboo trees, with some grasslands and mixed dry forests.

This type of vegetation is responsible for better visibility throughout the forest and hence good game viewing, especially during the dry months. Some man-made water holes in this dry area act like magnets for wildlife in the hot months too. The area of the national park is about 116 sq kms, with the total area of the reserve being 625 sq km. This is enough to sight much of the fascinating wildlife of the region. About 60-70 tigers live in this area. The tourism zone of the national park in divided into 3 zones: Kolsa, Mohuli and Tadoba.

Tadoba National Park Tiger Safari Tours

16 Nights/17 Days
Includes : Luxury Safari Holidays, Tiger Safari Holidays
With the mesmerizing beauty of the Royal Bengal Tiger and the luxury of the Taj Group of Hotels, this tiger safari in India is sure to leave…
10 Nights/11 Days
Includes : Tiger Safari Holiday, Elephant Safari Corbett
A perfectly blended tiger safari India tour to see the national animal of India and the mighty white tusks, Tadoba and Corbett present to you…
23 Nights/24 Days
Includes: Tiger Safari Holidays, Lion Safari, Leopard Safari, Snow Leopard Safari
India is lucky to home 4 of the biggest cats in the world – The Bengal Tiger, Asian Leopard, Snow Leopard and the Indian Leopard…

Popular Fauna at Tadoba

Wild Dog
Wild Dogs
The dhole has a broad skull and a short, broad muzzle. The fur on the back and flanks is reddish brown, while the neck, chest and undersides are white or lightly coloured. It is found in a wide variety of habitat types, including deciduous and evergreen forests and alpine steppe.
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Royal Bengal Tiger
His majesty, the national animal of India. The Royal Bengal Tiger is considered by many naturalists as one of the most powerful apex predators. You catch a glimpse of this big cat in action at the Tadoba National Park.
Jungle Cat
The jungle cat (“swamp lynx”), is a medium-small cat and today considered the largest remaining species of the wild cat genus Felis. Jungle cats are the most common small cats in India and are also found in West and Central Asia, South Asia, Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia.
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Striped Hyena
It is a medium sized, scavenging mammal found in Africa, the Middle East, West India and the Arabian Peninsula. They have vertical stripes on their flanks and black vertical stripes in their legs. Stripes are more prominent in the summer and less defined in the winter.

Tiger Safaris at Tadoba National Park

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Jeep Safaris:

Tadoba National Park conducts jeep safaris. A half day jeep safari can be further categorized as a morning safari and an evening safari. The morning safaris start around 0600 hours depending on the sunrise time and lasts for about 3-3.5 hours. After the morning safari, the guest heads back to the lodge/resort. You can freshen up, eat a quick lunch, relax for a bit and later head back in to the jungle for your evening safari. The evening safari lasts for about 3 – 3.5 hours depending on the time of sunset. Post your evening safari, you head back to the lodge for dinner and take the rest of the evening at leisure.

Accomodations at Tadoba National Park

Svasara Jungle Lodge

Svasara Jungle Lodge


Bamboo Safari Lodge

Bamboo Safari Lodge


Red Earth Tadoba

Red Earth Tadoba


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