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Tadoba National Park

Wild as the Marathas

Located on the eastern side of the state of Maharashtra, Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is one of the prominent national parks in the country and the central Indian region, flooded by the several others in neighbouring Madhya Pradesh and the biodiversity hub of the Western Ghats.

The park is located about 150 km south of Nagpur which also serves as the nearest railway and airway hub for tourists visiting the park.

The name 'Tadoba' or as the locals call it- “Taru”, holds its significance to an old folklore according to which Taru, the village chief was killed by a tiger in an encounter and a shrine was made in his honour.

The national park is open all seven days of the week for visitors from mid-October to the end of June every season. A large part of the forest has a hilly terrain and covers the Chimur Hills, the Moharali and the Kolsa ranges. 

How to get there:

Located in the heart of central India, the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is well connected to the rest of the country by a wide network of national and state highways. The best way to get to Tadoba is to take a train or flight in to Nagpur and catch a taxi from there to Tadoba. 

By Air: Nearest Airport is in Nagpur, 138 kms

By Train: Nearest Railway Station, Nagpur, 146 kms

By Road:

Nagpur to Tadoba: 140 kilometres via NH44

Hyderabad to Tadoba: 444 kilometres via NH44

Raipur to Tadoba: 365 kilometres via NH53

Jabalpur to Tadoba: 427 kilometres via NH44

Bhopal to Tadoba: 495 kilometres via NH47

Aurangabad to Tadoba: 510 kilometres via Aurangabad-Nagpur Road

Best time to visit:

Although the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve remains open from October to June every season, the best time to visit and catch more than a glimpse of the Reserve's tigers is in the hotter months from April to June. Given the high temperatures, it is during these months when the tigers come out of the interiors of the forest in search of water. 

V Recommended: Food to eat
Vidarbha Cuisine
Known as the Orange belt of the country, the Vidarbha region around Tadoba and Nagpur is a delight for all things Organes. In the traditional diet, dry coconut and peanuts are used commonly in dishes such as the spicy local savjis, as well as in mutton and chicken dishes. On the sweet side, shrikhand or amrakhand are ofthen the happy endings to most meals, and if one wants t .
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Shopping around Tadoba
One of the most involving parts of any holiday is shopping. Shopping in Tadoba may not be a thing of your dreams but the town offers you a wide spectrum of indigenous handicrafts to fill your shopping trolley. Located at a distance of almost 140 kilometres, Nagpur offers you a more urban shopping experience. One might not find any elaborate shopping options in Tadoba but roadside .
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