Tadoba national park is the oldest national park of the Maharashtra State since 1993. The park is named after the local god ‘Taru’. Taru was a Village Chief who was killed in an epic fight with a Tiger. He is worshipped by all the villagers as the deity of Tadoba. Tadoba National Park was originally spread over 150 sq km area. Then surrounding forest was also included into it and now Tadoba-Andhari National Park covers the area of 625 sq. km.
Tadoba – Andhari Reserve consists 3 main ranges namely Tadoba, Kolsa & Moharli from which Tadoba is very well known and Kolsa is the least known.
The park is covered with rich, dry, deciduous forest including trees like Sal, Ain, Tendu, Magua, Haldu, Semal, Mango, and Bamboo particularly around the artificial lake of Tadoba. Tadoba National Park consists of more than thousand species of Birds, Mammals, Insects and Reptiles.
Day 1: Departure for Chandrapur
Day 2: Reach Chandrapur and journey to Tadoba. Jungle Safari after lunch.
Day 3 & 4: Jungle Safari (morning and evening)
Day 5: Morning trail, Leave tadoba after lunch, Start return journey
Day 6: Back to Pune
(All fees are inclusive of service tax) EX. PUNE
Whats Included in Fees :-
1. Pune – Nagpur – Chandrapur – Nagpur – Pune traveling by AC-sleeper Bus
2. Stay in air cooled dormitories on sharing basis
3. 4 Meals a day during camp [Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, Dinner] Veg only.
4. Vehicle for Jungle safaris (5 safaris)
5. Forest Guide charges and Park entry charges etc.
6. Wildlife Expertise from TREKDI
7. First aid
Whats NOT included in Fees:-
> Food during Journey, Cold Drinks, Mineral Water etc
> Any food purchase apart from meals.
> Video Camera Charges (if anyone has video camera, forest department charges are approx 500/day)
> anything not mentioned in included list considered not to be included.
+91 20 2545 4205
Other Contact Numbers:
Pinakin Karve +91 9822 444 963
Shridhar Joshi +91 9822 013 152
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Near Vitthal Mandir
Pune, Maharashtra, India