Tadoba National Park & Chikhaldhara Tour – 06nights 07days

Tadoba National Park & Chikhaldhara Tour – 06nights 07days

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    Tadoba National Park & Chikhaldhara Tour – 06nights 07days


    Day 01 : Nagpur Airport Arrival – Tadoba

    Pick up from Nagpur Station or Airport. Transfer to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in an A/c vehicle (Approx 4 hrs). You may visit Anandwan and Bhadravati on the way to Tadoba on this day. Check in at the resort.


    Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve


    Tadoba Tiger Reserve is 145 Km South of Nagpur and is a compact National Park, spanning 623 sq.km.of which 120 sq.km is the core area. It is one of the oldest National Parks in Maharashtra. Tadoba has one of the best Tiger sightings in recent times.


    Pachmarhi is 270 Km North west of Nagpur and 180 Km ahead of Pench.


    Day 02 : Tadoba

    Morning and Evening Jungle Safari (Breakfast at the resort).


    Day 03 : Tadoba

    Explore the varied wildlife of Tadoba during a Morning and an Evening Jungle Safari (Breakfast at the resort).


    Day 04 : Tadoba – Chikaldhara

    After a morning safari followed by breakfast check out from the hotel and drive towards Chikaldhara (Approx 5 hrs). On the way you may visit Sindkhed Raja and Shegaon. Check In at the hotel. Overnight at the Chikaldhara.


    Chikaldhara Hill Station


    The hills, valleys, rivers, waterfalls and dense forests of this verdant hill-station offer awesome views and a pristine ambience. Sloth bears, the panther, sambars and wild boar can be spotted here. It is also the only coffee growing area in the state of Maharashtra.


    Day 05 : Chikaldhara

    Experience the varied flora and fauna of Melghat during a morning safari. After breakfast, Explore the pristine hill station during a guided full day sightseeing tour, visit to Gavilgarh Fort is included.


    Melghat Tiger Reserve


    It is 15 kms away from Chikaldhara. Semadoh is the gateway to this exotic tiger reserve. The Melghat tiger reserve is located in Amravati District and covers an area of 2027 sq. kms including the buffer zones. The word Melghat means a meeting place of Ghats (hills). The park forms a part of the Satpuda- Maikal range. Melghat is one of the nine tiger reserves included in Project Tiger which were launched in the year 1973.


    Day 06 : Chikaldhara

    Explore the jungle with a morning safari followed by breakfast. Afternoon relax at resort. Recommended option of visiting Muktagiri.


    Day 07 : Chikaldhara – Nagpur Airport Departure

    Check Out and drive back to Nagpur railway station or Airport. ( Breakfast at the hotel ) Approx 6 hours. Visit Ambadevi Temple at Amravati on the way.

    Attraction Enroute


    MARKANDA-Vidarbha s Khajuraho


    Akin to the temples of Khajuraho, the Markanda temple complex has 18 temples, which are rich in architecture, and have exquisite carvings of Gods, Goddesses, celestial nymphs and erotic figures.




    Anandwan is the ashram of Baba Amte who is internationally renowned for his selfless devotion to the upliftment of leprosy patients.




    Bhadravati is a major pilgrimage centre for the Jain community with a cluster of beautiful Jain temples. It also has a Ganesh temple which is one of the Ashtavinayakas of Vidharbha. This city is blessed by lord Shiva as it has an ancient temple of Bhadrashesh popularly known as Nagoba Mandir. Exquisite Buddhist caves which are more than 2000 years old have hosted several International Buddha Dhamma conventions.




    About 200 kms from Nagpur on the way to Chikaldhara. It was the capital of Berar during the Muslim period. Its main attractions are the stately Idgah-ul Mulk in the Jama Masjid, the Hauz Katora, a three-storied octagonal tower and a sandstone fort. The outstanding building is in the cemetery of the Nawabs, which also has the stately dome of Ismail Khan.




    Muktagiri Siddha Kshetra is situated in the lap of the Satpuda mountain ranges. It has dense natural vegetation, with a breathtaking view of the hills and waterfalls gushing down. It has 52 Jain temples in the valley. It is not just a destination for Jain devotees but a must see destination for all tourists.


    Ambadevi Temple, Amravati


    Ambadevi Temple is situated at the heart of the city of Amravati, Maharashtra, which is 155 km from Nagpur. The presiding deity is Amba Devi (Goddess of Shakti). According to legends, it is believed that Shri Krishna married Rukmini after abducting her when she came to pray at the Amba Devi temple. The Goddess Amba is popular amongst the devotees from Vidharbha.