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Hyderabad to Tadoba tiger reserve Road condition, Route and Gates information, Tadoba Guide

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you can install wildtrails mobile app for booking and gates info...

 

try this no:8956091994 Sunil harshal at Tadoba.

He takes care of accommodation and safari. I got his info from my friend few months back.

I heard they served awesome food and the stay is at Mehroli gate.

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On 2/10/2018 at 4:53 PM, sahil said:

He takes care of accommodation and safari.


Thank you for the update.
I am planning to drive down once the summer begins.
 

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On 10/02/2018 at 4:53 PM, sahil said:

you can install wildtrails mobile app for booking and gates info...

 

try this no:8956091994 Sunil harshal at Tadoba.

 

 

Thanks for sharing the info @sahil ... I shall plan my trip to Tadoba probably in the month of May. Chances of spotting the Tigers might be more due to summer as they can fall out at the ponds for thirst :D

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20 hours ago, sahil said:

true. but it will be damn hot to travel or stay in the forest.

 

Yeah but forest stays are comfortable and good enough for us to spare a night when we are sure about spotting a tiger during those months. It is all about luck again at the end of the day :D

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On 2/12/2018 at 10:51 AM, Ranger said:

Thank you for the update.
I am planning to drive down once the summer begins.

 

Looking forward hearing more. This looks so popular now, there is an intention to visit in April, during my bday fir. 

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1 hour ago, Pinaki said:

Looking forward hearing more.

 

Tadoba is ideal place for a summer getaway.
We don't have much places to explore during summer(South India)

 

We planned a India-Drive meetup.
But the resorts are very expensive and bookings for a big crowd is little complicated.
We need to book resort + Safari. 


Main disadvatage? People will be disappointed, if they don't spot a Tiger. :D
We decided to cancel. :(

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6 minutes ago, Ranger said:

People will be disappointed, if they don't spot a Tiger.

 

haha..we won't get disappointed all we need is a drive and meetup.
We don't care about location.


If the plan is still on cards, please reconsider. 
Good resorts in Tadoba are dam expensive, 10k per night :o

Is there are work around for this? some place neary to Tadoba instead of staying at Tadoba.
Since, we will be going on cars, we can drive down around 100 kilometers without any issue. 

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43 minutes ago, Ranger said:

Tadoba is ideal place for a summer getaway.

 

I have never been in thick forest and experience something like this. I shall give a shot and gamble. Yes stay is expensive but probably will check with all the resorts listed on our ID site and few more on other sites for the reviews and feedback. 

 

 

@RangerIdeally how long will it take by driving? 

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20 minutes ago, Pinaki said:

I shall give a shot and gamble.


Please share the details on this post.
Will be helpful for others. 

 

21 minutes ago, Pinaki said:

Ideally how long will it take by driving? 

 

Roads are good till Adilabad.
Once we cross Adilabad, bad roads will start.
Can be done under 8 hours, If you start early in the morning. 

I would suggest the following plan. Two Safaries(on budget trip)

  • Start early in the morning from Hyderabad(4am)
  • Book a Safari on the same day evening.
  • Stay at Tadoba for the night.
  • Book a safari for the next day morning.  
  • After the Safari drive back to Hyderabad.

Above plan will minimize the cost of accomidation. 

 

If you are planning to do Three Safaries

  • Start from Hyderabad around 9AM.
  • Stay at Tadoba for the night
  • Book a safari for the next day morning.
  • Book a Safari on the evening.
  • Stay at Tadoba for the night.
  • Book a Safari in the morning.
  • Drive back to Hyderabad after the Safari

I heard that chances of spotting is high during early in the morning. (not sure how true it is..)

 

 

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Its difficult to get bookings for both safari and stay on weekends. 

Not sure if any weekday works for all.

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Guest Nani

Hi

Could somebody list a few best resorts available in Tadoba. Stay around 6K per night is ideal for me. Thank you.

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On 2/10/2018 at 4:53 PM, sahil said:

you can install wildtrails mobile app for booking and gates info...

 

try this no:8956091994 Sunil harshal at Tadoba.

He takes care of accommodation and safari. I got his info from my friend few months back.

I heard they served awesome food and the stay is at Mehroli gate.

@sahilthis number is not working. Do you have the correct number or if you can help?

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On 4/4/2018 at 12:27 PM, Pinaki said:

@sahilthis number is not working. Do you have the correct number or if you can help?

Sorry. This is the only number he shared to me. Even i tried now and didn't work for me.

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Guest Sayak

Hey guys,

Any recent updates on Tadoba? Any pictures of the tiger spotting off late?

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On 4/11/2018 at 4:55 AM, Guest Sayak said:

Hey guys,

Any recent updates on Tadoba? Any pictures of the tiger spotting off late?

 

Few of our members spotted tigers on the last weekend.

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Hi, Could you please share some pictures of the tiger spotting in Tadoba ? :)

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