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  • LanguageMarathi
  • CurrencyIndian Rupee
  • WEATHERSummers and a humid monsoon
  • LONGITUDE20.1667 N, 79.4000 E
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Often referred to as "The Jewel of Vidharba", the Tadoba National Park lies in the district of Chandrapur in the north-eastern part of Maharashtra.
Located in the heart of a reserved forest, it is an infinite treasure trove of innumerable species of trees and plants - and wildlife that includes tigers, panthers, sloth bears, hyenas, jackals, wild dogs, bison, barking deer, nil gai, sambar, and cheatal.
In fact, the Tadoba National Park and Andhari Wildlife Santuary together form the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve. The park derives its name from "Taru" the local deity, whereas the Andhari river that meanders through the forest gives the sanctuary its name.

Main Attractions :

Tadoba National Park

Key Activities :


Photography Tips

It is very dusty on the trails and it is advisable to carry a bag or something similar to cover your equipment. Do not forget to bring your lens cleaning materials. A beanbag also helps in stabilizing your camera. Do not forget to bring extra batteries since electricity supply is slightly erratic. A surgical facemask (available at any chemist) is invaluable if you have a problem with dust.


Tadoba experiences dry summers and a humid monsoon. The winters are cold but not as cold as Northern India. High monsoon rainfall upto 50 inches inundates the whole area and give rise to verdant greenery. The winters stretch from November to February while dry summers begin from March to June. The period of May and June is extremely hot. Monsoon arrives during the mid June and last upto September. In winter months December-January-February, temperature ranges between 2 to 8 degree Celsius during morning game drives and in afternoon safari temperature ranges between 15 to 20 degree Celsius. So accordingly we can arrange the woolen outfits to cope with the chilling breeze during open safari jeep rides. At the threshold of Summers, during March their is no need to keep woolen outfits in day-time but of course we may require thick clothing in morning safari. From the month of April, pair of cotton garments (with light colors) are the most suitable outfits to wear which covers most of the body part as straight sunlight causes itching effect on skin.


Though the hotel manager will give medicines in case need arises. Still, it is recommended to carry your own kit. If you are an asthma or arthritis patient please carry fool medicine box with you.

Visa Terms

If you are visiting India for tourism purposes (leisure, sightseeing, meeting friends or relatives), you can consider obtaining a Tourist Visa on Arrival (VOA), only if you are holding a passport of one of the following countries:- Cambodia, Finland, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Luxembourg, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam.

Passport holders of the countries above may use VOA only 2 times per year. No minimum gap is requires between the date of the last exit and the new trip to the country. The visa is granted for a single entry, with a maximum validity of 30 days.
VOA neither can be converted nor extended.
The visa can be received in the specially designated counters upon arrival at the following airports: New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai,Kolkata, Trivanduram, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kochi.

Required documents:

Visa application form:

2 recent passport-size colour photographs (3.5 cm x 4.5 cm) on a white background, Residence permit for non-Singaporean passport holders (EP, PR, DP, S-Pass)
In some cases you may also be asked to provide:
Return tickets, Proof of your financial statement showing that you have enough funds for the period of your stay in India. Please note that your passport's expiry day should be at least 6 months beyond the validity of the visa.


The fee is 60 US$ and has to be paid in Indian Rupees at the specially designated counters in the airports of New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata.