Monday, January 11

Tadoba Closed for Tourism From 29/01/2010 to 03/02/2010

As per the information received from the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) officials, The Park will remain closed for 6 days for tourism from 29/01/2010 to 03/02/2010. The reason for closure of the park, for the said period, is Transact Line Census. During this period, no tourist vehicle is allowed to enter the park.

The volunteers will be allowed to participate in this programme. For registering their participation they need to contact office of the Hon. CF FD, Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, Opposite Bhavanji Bhai Chavan Highschool, Mul Road, Chandrapur. Only limited people will be allowed to participate.

I request all the people who either wanted to visit Tadoba, during the said period, to postponed their planning or cancel immediately if anyone has booked the accomodation, gypsies.

For further information, feel free to contact me on +91 9420303020 or 9372069911. You can also email me at


Sarah said...

I spent two days in Tadoba National Park thanks to Shalik. My friend and I met lots of difficulties to book an hotel and know how to reach the national park from Nagpur. Fortunately, we found this blog and we contacted Shalik to ask some help. Indeed, he managed every things: he picked us at the Chandrapur's bus station, he accompanied us to the park and organised the safari. Thanks to him, we saw two tigers in one day!
So, what I want to say is, if you want to see tigers in the wild, go to Tadoba and pick Shalik as your guide, you can't be disappointed.

See you Shalik!
Sarah (the french girl)

jonty said...

wanted to contact you but you were out of reach,will be visiting TATR in jan seeking your help.

jonty said...

i want to visit TATR in the month of jan2011(18&19).can you help us by any means.
1.arranging accomodation or giving any ref number so that we can book it from here in haldia.
2.doing safari in our own vehicle or in the rented car.

karenza t. wall said...

i was born and raised in nagpur, and as a young woman was lucky to go through tadoba park, this is around 1965.

the tiger is, to me, the most beautiful of cats (apart from my 2 house cats :)) and unfortunately when visiting tadoba saw no tigers.

i am planning my retirement now, and am very interested in the possibility of being involved in some way with the park. is it possible to live in the park? i read there was a village close by, or in the park.

please, how can i get more information on this?