Best Jungle Resort in Tadoba National Park:
Welcome to a popular Tadoba forest resort. This is one of the best jungle Resorts in Tadoba National Park presents a unique and exciting opportunity to come in close contact with some of nature’s most breathtaking and extravagant gifts. Apart from the luxury, quiet and relaxation it offers, the resort provides jungle safari rides and exciting outdoor adventures
One of the most sought-after holiday destinations, the resort is situated close to the famous Tadoba National Park. This park, having one of the highest densities of Bengal Tiger population in the country, also happens to be one of India’s designated “Project Tiger” Reserve. The vast enclosure of the reserve teems with assorted and exotic wildlife. Animals that roam the deciduous forests of Tadoba Tiger Reserve include: Striped Hyena, Sloth Bears, Indian Leopards, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer, Gaur (Indian bison), Sambar (large deer), Nilgai (Asian antelope), etc. just to name a few. Medicinal plants and other exotic species of flora abundantly flourish throughout the forests. And in case you are a bird lover, over 190 species of birds flock the park.
Amenities- Tadoba Jungle Lodge & Resort:
Featuring spacious deluxe rooms attached with basic amenities like AC, LCD TVs, working desk and chair, private courtyard entrance with veranda seating, etc. this resort in Tadoba comes equipped with some of the best facilities and services. Besides, it serves some of the best vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes
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Among Hotels in Tadoba, this award winning Tadoba National Park Resort & Hotel offers the best deals and packages in terms of accommodation and service. Away from all the hustle and bustle of daily life, this beautifully-themed tiger resort promises to make your stay as enriching and as rewarding as possible.
Tadoba supports a wonderful diversity of wildlife. Apart from the charismatic Royal Bengal Tiger, there are Leopards, Sloth Bears, Wild Dogs, Gaur- the largest cattle in the world; Sambar, Chital, Blue Bull to name a few. The other smaller predators seen often are Jackals and the graceful Jungle Cat. The park is a birdwatchers delight with over 200 species of birds to be seen, including the Grey Jungle Fowl and the beautiful Asian Paradise Flycatcher.
The weather is the most pleasant in winter â€“ October to February. October is right after the monsoon and the jungles are lush green. The water holes and lakes are full and the migratory birds have arrived. While the mornings and evenings are cool, the day sees a lot of warm sunshine. The summer can get hot especially between April to May. By mid-June the monsoon cools the region considerably.
Animals can be seen in equal numbers round the year. In the winter the animals spot a thicker winter fur and the park looks more beautiful. The pleasant weather is a big bonus as one can comfortably spend longer periods outdoors. In summer however, the watering holes see a lot of animal activity. It is also helpful for photographers as leaves and grasses dry up leading to better visibility .