Resorts in Tadoba tours

Tadoba tiger park is a fabulous travel destination. If you want to observe various wildlife, to experience the fabulous smell of the forest, to relax in the wild , going back to human land origins. There are plenty of national parks in India, here is some info about them and especially on Tadoba National Park.

Assam, in the north-eastern region of India, offers a lot of appeal for wildlife lovers. The highlight is Kaziranga National Park, where you’ll find the largest rhino population with prehistoric-looking horns in the world. Going on an elephant safari on the spot hides them in the wide expanse of meadows. Another attraction is BirdLife – both there and at Nameri National Park, which offers occasional bird-watching trips. If you want to get rid of the crowd try the lesser known Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary as an alternative. See more details at Tadoba jungle safari.

The reserve is open every day except Tuesday for safaris. There are two safari places a day, one in the morning from 6h to 11h and one in the afternoon from 15h to 18h30. These times will vary slightly depending on the time of year. 2017 Monsoon Season: Although limited tourism was allowed in Tadoba during the monsoon season in the past, the central area of ??the reserve will be closed during the monsoon from July 1 to October 15 this year. This is due to guidelines issued by the National Tiger Conservation Authority. Tourists are allowed to enter buffer zones for safaris but must rent jeeps at the gates, as private vehicles are prohibited. Advance reservations are not required.

Must have for a Tadoba tour : Comfortable footwear. In principle you do not need something special, especially if you go on safari only by car. The situation changes when you choose a walking safari. You don’t need something sophisticated, but don’t come up with something to worry about, if it gets dirty or wet. Wet towels, but do not overdo them, you will find enough places to wash. A flashlight never breaks. At the luxury lodges you may wake up guided by the lantern by the staff, but generally in Tanzania it gets dark early. Anything else you know you need, eliminating as much surplus or unnecessary items as possible on such a holiday. I didn’t mention anything you should if you decide to go camping. See extra info at