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Top 5 things never to forget while going on wildlife safari

Going on a wildlife safari is vitalities-refreshing experience especially for people living in cities. However, a wildlife safari is not like a visit to cinema hall and one needs to take into account several things in order to make sure that their wildlife safari like tadoba wildlife safari Read More..

HISTORY OF TADOBA NATIONAL PARK

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The tadoba national park is the oldest and most expansive National Park in Maharashtra state. It is encapsulated within the Tadoba Andhari Reserve. While the national park which was established in the year 1955 has an expanse of a little over 625 square kilometres, the entire expanse Tadoba Andhari reserve is well above 1700 square kilometres including hills high as 350 meter, lake and dense deciduous forest cover. Those undertaking Read More..

BIRDS OF TATR

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Ornithologists delight at Tadoba National Park

Those going for the tadoba wildlife safari for the first time might not be aware of what a surprising delight it has to offer for those who have interest in spotting birds. Besides the conspicuous attraction of 65 Bengal Tigers and many other mammals and reptiles, the tadoba tour packages Read More..

6 TOURISM GATES OF TATR

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The tadoba tour packages provide one of the rare wildlife experiences wherein one can roam all over the national park in jeep safari without any restriction. There are 6 gates for tourism to begin ones wildlife expedition at the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve which spans a mammoth 625 square kilometres. The Moharli entrance Gate of the Tiger Read More..

8 TIPS TO HELP YOU PLAN YOUR NEXT TADOBA

8 TIPS TO HELP YOU PLAN YOUR NEXT TADOBA WILDLIFE SAFARI

There are a large number of things to reflect on prior to setting off exploring the India’s most thrilling tiger safari in India. So we sought the opinion of some of the wildlife experts Read More..

MADHURI IS SUPERMOM OF TADOBA WITH 19 CUBS

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If famous tigresses Maya, Sonam and Chhoti Tara are the face of Tadoba Tiger Reserve, Madhuri who delivered her 5th litter last month, is nothing less than the ‘Royal Queen’.Read More…….

TREES AND PLANT OF TADOBA

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The online safari booking tadoba is mainly done to enjoy the wildlife in the 625 square kilometres expanse of Tadoba Andhari national park. However, the Tadoba Andhari National Reservehas equally awe inspiring offering for those looking for Flora diversities in this Chandrapur reserve….Read More

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT TIGERS

pugmarks of tigers in tadoba andhari tiger reserve

If you are planning for tadoba tiger safari you should brush up your knowledge about the enigmatic big cat. One of the lesser known facts about tiger is that its eye pupils are round and not slit unlike domestic cats and its eyes have nearly 6 times better vision than humans. While it is known to many that Tigers stripes..Read More

ELEPHANT SAFARI BACK IN TADOBA NATIONAL PARK

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In order to add attraction to the usual safari chapter for tourists, Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve(TATR) in Chandrapur district has resumed elephant safari.Read More….

BUTTERFLY PARK ADDS NEW SHADE TO ADVENTURE

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Native products under Brand ‘Tadoba’, growth of interpretation centres at Kolara and Mohurli, a butterfly garden, bird protection area, tadoba tiger safari Read More..

FIERCE BATTLE BETWEEN TIGER & SLOTH BEAR

Tiger and Bear fight

In a gripping nerve-wracking fight for existence between a sloth bear sow and a tiger was observed in the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR), in which the female bear defended successfully against the attack and became the unlikely winner.Read More….

SORRY, TIGER: YOUR ROYAL LADY HAD FAKED IT!

Royal Tiger

The royal tigresses in Tadoba National Park were known to be pretending interest in sex due to the shrinking wild habitat and intersecting territories.India’s expanding human populations had further pushed tigers into small….Read More….