Holiday at Tadoba

by Uday Patel Seo Professional & Content Writer India
Placed in a remote corner of Indian State of Maharashtra Tadoba is a tiger reserve and a National Park. It is home to abundant wildlife and ample floral wealth unspoiled and unexplored.

The most impressive species is the tiger but the reserve is also home to leopards, wild dogs, bisons, sloth bears and crocodile. Common animals like the Nilgai, deer, langur and the wild boar are encountered on the safaris every day. 

The reserve is home to a large number of avian species besides the reptiles and insects. Bird watching is a popular activity in the park besides the tiger safaris. The wildlife and scenic beauty invite many holidays makers every year. In order to provide luxurious stay there are many luxury hotels scattered throughout the buffer zone of the park. Most of the local guests stay here for three days while the overseas guests stay for at least four days. This is advised since it takes time to sight a tiger and other wildlife. Birders usually stay for more days. 

The tourism infrastructure is very sound with luxury hotels providing modern amenities and services. The well equipped hotels of Tadoba also assist in travel service besides accommodation. They also organise jeep safari and entry permits for their guests. But the overseas visitors should make all arrangements in advance. 

They should search for hotels in Tadoba and book them in advance. The details of accommodations are available online the holiday makers have to search and contact.    

To reach the reserve one needs to fly to Nagpur Airport and then drive to Chandrapur township. The driving distance is about 150 kms plus the distance to your accommodation. The best season is winters whilst the park is closed from July to September.   

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