The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is aptly called the ‘Land of the Tigers’ and the best way to spot these majestic predators is through gypsy safaris. The gypsy safaris operate twice daily and the timings vary seasonally according to sunrise and sunset. As only limited numbers of gypsys are allowed inside the park, it is best to get your bookings done well in advance.
Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve is a dense forest area, smooth meadows, deep valleys, and a great atmosphere to stabilise more numbers of tigers and other animals like the leopard, sloth bear, hyena, jackal, wild dog, nilgai and sambar which inhabit the reserve.
Teak and bamboo dominate this landscape and scenic treks with interesting wildlife sightings are assured at Tadoba.
Limban has access to 5 gates from our resort (Khutwanda, Moharli, Agarzari ,Devada and Junona ) The jungle is divided in core zone (Khutwanda & Moharli) and buffer zone ( Agarzari ,Devada and Junona ).
The gypsy safaris operate twice daily and the timings vary seasonally according to sunrise and sunset. As only limited numbers of gypsy's are allowed inside the park, it is best to get your bookings done well in advance as these are subject to availability.
The online permit booking opens 120 days before the safari date and prices vary according to booking time period. All safaris are subject to availability.
The duration of the gypsy safari inside the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is approximately 3.5 - 4 hours in the morning and evening respectively.
As a part of the National Park regulation, all the gypsy safaris have to be accompanied by a trained forest guide. Tourists need to provide their personal information along with identification papers to obtain the entry pass.
Tadoba is located in central India and mostly remains very warm during the days. Evenings are pleasant and in winters, morning and late evenings can be quite cold.