Monday, March 18, 2019

Key Tips for a Trip to Tadoba


Tadoba National Park and Tiger Reserve is a wonderful place that is flooded with tourists almost all year round. The flora and fauna of this place are truly enticing. The green foliage and active wildlife attract many photographers and nature lovers. As this is a popular place, you must keep the following things in mind so that your trip to Tadoba National Park and Tiger Reserve turns out to be a wonderful experience. 



  • The first and foremost attraction act Tadoba National Park and Tiger Reserve is the wildlife safari. You need to book your safari slot before booking your tickets. Spot booking is impossible.
  • The safari starts from different gates. Check from which gate you would be starting your safari. Book your accommodation near that gate itself. Make sure you book the best resort in Tadoba in advance to receive the early bird offer. You can also opt for the best budget camp in Tadoba if you are fond of camping.
  • Keep track of your budget and spend as much as you can afford. Travelling by air might not be a budget-friendly option for all. So, decide on the route from beforehand and book the tickets accordingly.
Enjoying a wonderful vacation act Tadoba National Park and Tiger Reserve is a necessity that can be carried out without burning a hole in your pocket. Tadoba hotels will ensure that you have a fantastic time over there and experience the natural beauty to the fullest.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

seraitiger

The Camp Serai Tiger is situated at the fringe of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR), about 125 km from Nagpur in Central India. This beautiful place is located at a distance of about 5 Km from the Moharli / Mohurli Gate of TATR, close to the south-western tip of the core area. Our resort is located amidst two seasonal water streams feeding into small lakes frequented by tigers, leopards, sloth bears, gaur (bison), wild dogs, sambar, cheetal, four horned antelope, barking deer, gazelle, nilgai, flying squirrel and many species of birds.

The birds make it an ornithologist’s paradise, with over 195 species, including serpent eagle, honey buzzard, paradise fly catcher, aquatic birds, owlet and raptors. Reptiles include marsh crocodile, rat snake, python, Indian cobra and the king cobra that are sighted more often than others. Insects are present in large numbers, the exciting ones being 70 odd varieties of spiders and butterflies. These animals are almost sighted throughout the year, with enhanced success rate during the winters and summers.