The Royal Tiger Resort, Tadoba
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Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve is a pristine and unique eco-system situated in the Chandrapur district of the Maharashtra State of India. Tadoba gets the reputation of the oldest national park of Maharashtra. It was declared as a sanctuary in 1955. 'Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve', total area of 625.40 sq. kms. TATR has total 109 Tigers in Core ( 70 ) and Buffer area with the density of 9.05 sq. km per Tiger. The name Tadoba was derived from the tribal God 'Taru', who was believed to be fallen dead, fighting with a Tiger. The temple of tribal God Taru is situated on the bank of Tadoba Lake. Andhari name is given because Andhari River flows through the forest.

Our Guests

  • "Thank you very much for the kind hospitality given to me during my stay in your Resort. I was not feeling well for last two days at your Resort and all the staff took much interest on me like getting me proper food which is good for recovery of my health . Also I had wonderful citing tigers during the safaris and l am very much thankful to you for the wonderful facilities offered in the Resort especially good clean rooms and food."

    • Shivaprasad Siddabasappa,

      Banglore
  • "Our guests have been humbled at the Awesome Hospitality they received during their stay at the Resort. Moreover they were bowled over by the "Vada-Pav's", "Poha with Tarri" & many other scrumptious meals served to them. They managed to spot all the rare animals during their 2 safari's at Tadoba & were delighted. So on their behalf I just want to say a "Big Thank You" to all of you for making this possible. Thanks a lot again for Everything! "

    • Nihit Mor,

      Nagpur
  • "Trust you are doing well. We would like to express our gratitude towards a wonderful experience of the Jungle of Tadoba & homely stay with mouth watering food offered by you in your Resort. We are really impressed by the excellent service offered by your humble staff during our last trip in Feb 17."

    • Niranjan Prabhughate,

      Pune