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SALIENT FEATURES


Area

Core :218.76 sq. km

Buffer : 357.02 sq. km

Total : 575.78 sq. km.

Longitude : 7913'13" E and 7933'34" E

Latitude : 204'53" N and 2025'51" N

Altitude : Average 284.07 m above m.s.l.

Rainfall          :        1175 m.


Temperature

Minimum : 3C

Maximum : 48C

Seasons

Monsoon : July to September

Winter : October to January

Summer : February to June

 

ACCOMMODATION


 
There are four forest rest houses with 11 suits and a youth hostel with 36 beds are available to visitors at Tadoba. One forest rest house is available at Kolsa.

Desgination and Address
of the Official

Telephone No.
Fax No.
E-mail address
Field Director
Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserves, Near Govt. Printing Press,
Near Zero Mile, Civil Lines,
Distt. Chandrapur, Nagpur, Maharashtra-440001
0712-2528953(O)-Tel+ Fax 2539226(R) 0712-2552518, 2552765 cfwl@nagpur.dot.net.in fdpench@nagpur.net.in

 

INTERPRETATION FACILITIES

A visitor centre cum museum is situated at Tadoba. 16mm film projector, LCD projector and a slide projector are available for different interpretation programs at Tadoba. Nature Trail for enjoyment of real nature is there at Tadoba and Kolsa.


PROVISION OF VEHICLES

25 seater minibus ply daily at 10 am. for tourists from Chandrapur to Tadoba. 12 seater minibus is also available at Tadoba for jungle safari.

 


PROVISION OF GUIDES

Trained local guides are available at Moharli gate, Navegaon gate and Zari gate. Guides are also compulsory, with every vehicle entering in the sanctuary

 


NECESSARY ITEMS

Binoculars for better viewing, torches, light clothing that covers the entire body, glasses, sun caps and mosquito repellent.

 


TO VIEW

On the shore of Tadoba lake, is a shrine underneath the canopy of a large tree, that is held in high regard by the adivasis. A well attended fair is held here annually, between December and January (Pushya maasa). A walk to Panchdhara (5 km), with an exclusive water hole, is also recommended. Also worth a walk is Jamunbadi (5 km), with grasslands and thick jungles intermingling, providing you with just the right touch of nature at its best.

 

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