Hiking The Tadoba National Park
The 3rd most popular hiking trail in India.
Sunday 14 August 2016 05:59 GMT
Near Chaddrapur, the Tadoba National Park is known for hiking and trekking in the India state of Maharashtra. It is a 133 square kilometer national park known for tigers, leopards and sloth bears.
There are two recommended treks in the Tadoba National Park. The first is the 5km trek to Panchdhara where there is a exclusive water hole. The second is a 5km trek to Jamunbadi where there are grasslands and thick jungles.
To reach the Tadoba National Park by air, use the airport in Nagpur (91km).
To reach the Tadoba National Park by train, use the railway station in Warora (51km).
Note: In any national park known to have lions or tigers, hikers need to exercise extreme caution. It is highly recommended to us a park-approved guide prior to hiking or trekking in these regions. There are trained local guides are available at Moharli gate, Navegaon gate and Zari gate. Guides are also compulsory, with every vehicle entering in the sanctuary.
Overall, Tadoba National Park is the 3rd most popular hiking trail of all 42 hikes in India.