Things to do in Tadoba
Tadoba is a place which is full of natural beauties. Here nature prevails in its true essence which is not so common in places nearby you. Not just for nature-lovers, Tadoba is a perfect destination for couples, family and kids. There are some local places in this area which offers bountiful opportunity to explore the hidden treasure of nature. The area is still inhabited by some tribal groups. Tadoba is the place that showcases harmonious co-existence of wild animals and humans without threatening each other's survival. It takes 1-2 days to cover the adjoin tourists destinations of Tadoba.
Jungle Safari: Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve welcomes its guests with a rich floral and faunal diversity. It is the presence of hundreds of endangered species that makes the tiger reserve a true gem in the part of central India. It is completely justified to refer this place as “The Jewel of Vidharba”. To see this amazing diversity, there is no better way than taking a jungle safari. During the safari, you can spot tigers, leopards, gaurs, cheetal, spotted deer and many more. Don't forget to take a look at the Tadoba Lake which is the land of Muggar crocodiles and hundreds of birds.
Bird Watching: Keep your binocular ready with you while visiting Tadoba. Tadoba Lake is a paradise to ornithologists as well as enthusiasts who are in love with these winged things. There are nearly 200 types of avian species residing at Tadoba Lake. During winter, this lake welcomes many migratory birds and becomes their temporary home. This colourful avian population keeps one engage for the whole day with their strange activities from sunrise till sunset. It is indeed a treat to your eyes to watch them fly, hop and swim in the deep water of Tadoba Lake.
Visit to Vijaydurg Fort: Apart from enjoying the charm of nature and wild animals, you can also take a trip to the Vijaydurg Fort which is a short distance travel from Tadoba National Pak. Vjaydurg Fort is one of biggest forts in Maharastra positioned at the coastal region. This fort was built at the mouth of the Vaghotan River that separates Ratnagiri district from the adjoining Sindhudurg district. The fort used to refer as “Gheri” as it was guarded by sea from three sides. Made of laterite stones, Vijaydurg Fort offers a glimpse of past along with the prosperity of that time.