Tadoba Wildlife Photography Tour

Tadoba Wildlife Photography
Tadoba Wildlife Photography
Tadoba Wildlife Photography
Tadoba National Park, Chandrapur
6 days


Welcome to the Land of the Tiger!! Spread over an area of approx. 625 sq.km., the Tadoba National Park, the oldest and the largest national park in Maharashtra

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Brief Event Description

Event Organiser Go Wild Travel & Photography
Event Date Dec 26, 2016
Event End Date Dec 31, 2016
Event Location Tadoba National Park, Chandrapur
Pickup Point Pune Railway station
Pickup Time 4:45 PM
Things to Carry Will be informed later
Itinerary Day 1:
Depart from Pune Railway Station by boarding Pune-Nagpur Garibrath 3 AC at 17:40 hrs. (Assemble at the station by 16.45 hrs sharp).

Day 2:
Reach Nagpur at around 08.05 hrs and leave for the Tadoba (Breakfast to be taken in Train). Reach Tadoba for lunch. Upon arrival check-in, freshen up and have a delightful lunch. Get acquainted with the campsite. An introductory session on Tadoba as well as basics of photography will be conducted by the expert from GO WILD. After spending evening at leisure, have dinner and then off to bed.

Day 3:
Wake-up call at 04.00 hrs, and now we begin with our first Jungle safari, by gypsy. Explore the enchanting trails of this forest. Morning safari is of about 5 hour’s duration. Return to the campsite by 11.00 hrs, Leisure time, where you can share your jungle experiences, followed by lunch at 13.00 hrs. Leave for the evening safari by gypsy at 14:30 hrs and return by 18.00 hrs. Free-time till 19.00 hrs. This is the time to discuss about the day’s sightings and get to know more from the expert. After a delectable dinner, the day ends.

Day 4:
Wake-up call at 04.00 hrs, another pleasant day starts with new hopes to see the wildlife. Return to the campsite by 11.00 hrs, after an adventurous morning safari and relax. Lunch followed by an exciting evening jungle safari. Evening sessions by the photography expert will be conducted. Dinner at 20:30 hrs. End of another wonderful day.

Day 5:
Another morning safari that marks the end of our jungle safaris. After returning with vivid jungle memories, we have a lovely lunch. After lunch, we pack our bags and leave for Nagpur. Depart for Pune by Garibrath 3 AC at 18:35 hrs.

Day 6:
Reach Pune by 09:30 hrs. This marks the end of a memorable camp.

Includes :
1. Railway Journey by 3 Tier A.C Both way.
2. Internal Transportation.
3. Accommodation during Camp.
4. Open Gypsy Safari Charges (4 People in one Gypsy)
5. Guide Charges.
6. Entry Charges.
7. Food during the Camp and other Sightseeing charges.

Excludes :
1. Food during Railway Journey.
2. Any Other Personal Expenses.
3. Mineral Water in Train and Resort.
Instructions & Guidelines Organizers reserves the rights to cancel / alter any of the above mentioned program if required without prior intimation to the participants.
Difficulty Level Easy

Event Description

Welcome to the Land of the Tiger!!
Spread over an area of approx. 625 sq.km., the Tadoba National Park, the oldest and the largest national park in Maharashtra, is a fine blend of deciduous forest and rolling hills. The name Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve has a twofold significance. Legend has it that Tadoba or Taru was a village chief, who was killed in a mythological encounter with a tiger. Today Taru is worshipped as the local deity. Thus, the park derives its name from “Taru”, whereas Andhari is the name of the river that meanders through the forest, thus giving the sanctuary its name.

Although this ‘Jewel of the Vidarbha’ is aptly referred as the magical land of tigers, it hosts many other species in abundance – sloth bears, civets, spotted deer, sambar, gaur and many others. Of course, the greatest attraction is spotting a tiger amongst the dense woodlands and bamboo thickets!! This forest is also known for its varied flora. For those interested ‘botanists’, teak is the pre-dominant species besides other deciduous trees such as Ain, Bija, Salai, Tendu, Hirda and Beheda. The Palas or ‘Flame of the Forest’ makes the forest come alive with its rich and vibrant colors!

Come and get enchanted….. Forever!!

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