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The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is arguably one of India’s most exciting and best protected Tiger Reserve, with most visible tiger sightings in Maharashtra State.  Overlooked by tourism till recently because it was off the beaten track, it offers some wonderful wildlife experiences.

Thickly clad hills form the north and western boundary of the Tiger Reserve. Half way along the western boundary of the Park, the hill contours, to form the Chichghat valley where the TigerTrails Jungle Lodge is located.  The area is untouched by any kind of tourism or development and offers the discerning guest the guarantee of privacy, as well as lovely walks and hiking trails around the lodge. While most parks have a reputation of being over crowded with lodges, we have no neighboring lodges or highways.

Above shows a photo of a Tigress F4 coming for a drink to the Tiger Trails Estate Waterhole with the cottage room lights reflecting in the water, taken in May 2012.

In the month of April and May 2014 all guests, visiting TigerTrails have seen a minimum of 21 Tiger sightings in 6 park safaris. Last group that left on 1st of June has had 51 tiger sightings with 22 individual tigers being sighted. Tadoba Tiger Reserve is open throughout the year, and so are we.  Travel Operators for Tiger Conservation (TOFT) UK, has rated TigerTrails Jungle Lodge – Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in the top 10 Eco Lodges in India for the Year 2010 and 2012.