Tadoba Tiger Safari Packages
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Safari Zone & Timings
Months & Safari Timing
|01 October – 31 October
|01 November – 28/29 February
|1 March – 30 April
|1 May – 30 June
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Tadoba is not known just for its tigers; it’s also a true haven for bird enthusiasts.From the colourful Indian Pittas to big, majestic crested serpent Eagles, you’ll be amazed by the variety of birds in Tadoba. Wheather you are serious birdwatcher or you just like pretty birds, Tadoba’s birds will make you smile.
Come with us to see Tadoba’s amazing tigers in the wild. You will see them doing strong and cool things in the green forest of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. These pictures are like windows into the lives of these top predators and how they keep this place balanced and healthy.
Tadoba is also about beautiful plants not only about animals. You can see simple and pretty plants in these area . There are small, colourful wildflowers on the ground and tall teak trees reaching high in the sky. All these plants are important for making this place so lovely. They remind us that everything in nature adds to its beauty.
Why Choose Us ?
Local Expertise, Global Perspective
Our team of experienced guides are not just experts in spotting wildlife. They'll not only help you spot the magnificent creatures of Tadoba but also educate you about their behaviors and habitats.
Whether you want a short weekend safari, an extended expedition, a tiger marathon or you are a wildlife enthusiast, a photographer or a family looking for a fun adventure we can customize the experience to meet your specific requirements.
We aren't just about tours; we're dedicated to protecting Tadoba's incredible biodiversity. By choosing us, you support our conservation efforts to ensure these majestic creatures and their habitats thrive for generations to come.
We offer a range of packages to suit different budgets, making the thrill of Tadoba accessible to all. Our transparent pricing ensures you get value for your money.
Comfort and Safety
Your safety and comfort is our top priorities. We provide well-maintained vehicles, experienced drivers, and follow all safety guidelines to ensure you have a free from stress safari.
We prioritize responsible tourism practices, ensuring that our presence in Tadoba has a positive impact on the environment and local communities. Your visit contributes to the welfare of the region.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, it is generally safe to go on a Tadoba park safari. The park authorities and safari operators prioritize the safety of visitors. However, it's essential to follow the instructions and guidelines provided during the safari to ensure your safety and the safety of the wildlife.
Safari timings in Tadoba Tiger Reserve can vary, but typically there are two safari shifts in a day, one in the morning and one in the evening. Morning safaris usually start around sunrise, and evening safaris start a few hours before sunset. Exact timings may change seasonally, so it's best to check with the park authorities or your safari operator for the specific schedule during your visit.
In some cases, safaris might be canceled or rescheduled due to heavy rains or safety concerns. It's advisable to check with your safari operator for their policies regarding rain and safaris.
- Always carry a valid ID and any required permits.
- Wear comfortable and earth-toned clothing to blend in with the surroundings.
- Layer your clothing as temperatures can vary.
- Wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes or boots.
- Bring a wide-brimmed hat or cap for sun protection.
- Pack sunscreen, insect repellent, and sunglasses.
- Don't forget your camera and binoculars for wildlife viewing.
The chances of seeing a tiger can vary depending on factors like the time of day, season, and luck. Early morning and late afternoon safaris generally offer better opportunities for tiger sightings
Yes, there are several rules and regulations during a safari in Tadoba:
- Maintain silence to avoid disturbing wildlife.
- Stay inside the designated safari vehicle at all times.
- Do not feed or approach animals.
- Do not litter or smoke in the park.
- Follow the instructions of your safari guide and park authorities.
Safari refund policies can vary among operators and the park authorities. It's essential to inquire about the refund policy when booking your safari. Generally, refunds may be provided in cases of park closures due to extreme weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances.
The best time to visit Tadoba Tiger Reserve for tiger sightings is typically during the dry season, from February to May. During this period, water sources are less, and wildlife gathers around available water, increasing your chances of spotting tigers and other animals.
Yes, you can book a safari for a group in Tadoba Tiger Reserve. It can be an enjoyable way to experience the park with friends or family. Group size restrictions and availability may vary, so it's advisable to make reservations in advance.
- Use a telephoto lens for wildlife photography.
- Keep your camera ready with appropriate settings.
- Avoid using flash, as it can disturb animals.
- Be patient and observant, waiting for the right moment.
- Focus on capturing the animal's behavior and not just close-up shots.
- Respect the privacy of the animals and maintain a safe distance.
- Take photographs of the landscape and other
- aspects of the park's beauty in addition to wildlife shots.