Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve or the Tadoba Tiger Project is Maharashtra’s oldest and largest wildlife park. Since the beginning, the Tadoba and Pench Tiger reserves were ‘partially’ open during the monsoon, given the good conditions of roads and the geography of the place. However, after a Supreme Court order couple of years ago, even the state reserves were asked to shut down completely during the monsoons, to much disappointed of wildlife enthusiasts. The good news is that this year, the parks open again, and Tadoba, with a population of more than 80 Royal Bengal Tigers, will be a sight to watch.
Jungle Jingle—aims at discovering the Tadoba during the monsoons, giving wildlife enthusiasts an experience very few are lucky to get their hands on. The safari will span a weekend and the group will get to visit reserve areas in the morning as well as evening, ensuring they travel the reserve and experience it in all its glory.