Tadoba – Andhari Tiger Reserve is a pristine and a unique eco-system located in the Chandrapur district of Maharashtra.The reserve contains some of the best forest tracts and has emerged as a wonderful habitat for the Royal Bengal Tiger. It is also one of the 28 projects Tiger Reserves. With almost 50 tigers on the reserve and an area of 623 sq. km.; this bamboo forest is rightly referred to as “The Jewel of Vidharba”.

The name ‘Tadoba’ is the name of the God ‘Tadoba’ or “Taru”, worshipped by the tribals and is famed to live in the dense forests of Tadoba and Andhari region. Tadoba’s southern tropical dry deciduous forest of Deccan Peninsula comprises of teak forests with bamboo thicket, which are wildlifer’s dream. It lies in Chandrapur Ddstrict and is Maharashtra’s oldest National Park created in 1955. The National Park is 623 sq. kms in area, consisting of two forested rectangles of the Tadoba and Andhari range. The best thing about the park is that it remains open all round the year, even in the monsoons.
Tadoba is the oldest National Park of the state of Maharashtra. The rich deciduous forest mainly consists of bamboo & teak. The other trees are gardenia, satinwood, mahua and jamun. The other trees which are found within the protected area are ain, arjun, behada, bija, bhera, bor, bel, chichwa, dhawada, kusum, mowai, phetra, rohan, salai, semal, shisham, sisoo, shivan, surya, sirus, tendu, etc.
Other than the Tiger, Tadoba Tiger Reserve is home to rare Indian wildlife like Leopards, Sloth bears, Gaur, Wild Dogs, Hyenas, Civets, Jungle cats and many species of the Indian deer like Sambar, Cheetal, Nilgai, and the Barking Deer.
The Tadoba lake sustains the marsh Crocodile, which were once common all over Maharashtra. Tadoba is also an ornithologist’s paradise with a varied diversity of aquatic bird-life, and raptors.195 species of birds have been recorded, including three endangered varieties. The grey headed fishing Eagle ichthyophaga icthyaetus and the crested serpent eagle and the spilornis cheela are some of the raptors.

Please find the schedule, costing as follows:

Itinerary/ Schedule:
7th May 2015,Day 1: 
Board train for Nagpur at 8 PM approx (Nagpur Duronto Express)
Overnight train journey

8th May 2015,Day 2:
Reach Nagpur by 7:00 AM, 4.5 hrs drive to Tadoba
Afternoon Safari

9th May 2015,Day 3:
Morning safari
Afternoon safari

10th May 2015,Day 4:
Morning safari, Proceed to Nagpur
Board Nagpur Duronto Express by evening 8:30 PM approx

11th May 2015,Day 5:
Reach Mumbai in the morning

Cost Per Person: Rs. 9500/- per adult

1. 4 safaris – 2 Morning and 2 Afternoon (six people sharing one vehicle)
2. 2 N stay in FDCM Dormitory
3. Transport to and fro Nagpur in AC innova
4. All Meals (3 breakfast, 3 Lunch and 3 Dinner) (Except meals during train journey)
5. 3 water Bottles per safari
6. Sleeper class train ticket for Mumbai – Nagpur – Mumbai Duronto

1. Laundry charges, tips etc
2. Expenses of personal nature
3. Beverages, mineral water (extra)
4. Meals during train journey
5. Tea/ coffee during safari (at centre point)
6. Any other expenses not mentioned in the inclusions.

ID proof type and ID Number will be required for safari bookings and train travel,
Participants will have to carry same ID proof during the trip.

***Please note park is closed on Tuesday, so kindly plan your trip accordingly***

The booking for the safari will open 2 months prior to the date of travel. 
Train bookings will also start 2 months prior to the date of travel.

Limited seats available***

Payment Details:

People need to deposit Rs 3000(non-refundable) amount for the confirmation (or) People can meet our admins below and can pay them the amount.

Details of Admins:
Suraj: Parel(8097363985)
Omkar: Thane(9870763290)
Kunal: Dombivli(9870335136)

Account Details:
Bank Name : SBI Bank
Account No : 00000034430294703
Account Type : Savings Bank Account
Branch : Dombivli East 
IFSC code : SBIN0007124

For more details and Registration, Please contact on the no given below:
Sarika Prabhudesai: 9773328548
Kunal Naik: 9870335136
Omkar Prabhudesai: 98707633290