About Resort

Tiger village resort, Moharli situated at the fringe of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR), about 144 km (3Hrs. Journey) from Nagpur in Central India. This beautiful place is close to the south western tip of the core area.

About Tiger village resort and Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve safari Booking
Our resort is located amidst two seasonal water streams feeding into small lakes frequented by tigers, leopards, sloth bears, gaur (bison), wild dogs, sambar, cheetal, four horned antelope, barking deer, gazelle, nilgai, flying squirrel and many species of birds.

The birds make it an ornithologist's paradise, with over 195 species, including serpent eagle, honey buzzard, paradise fly catcher, aquatic birds, owlet and raptors.

Reptiles include marsh crocodile, rat snake, python, Indian cobra and the king cobra that are sighted more often than others. Insects are present in large numbers, the exciting ones being 70 odd varieties of spiders and butterflies. These animals are almost sighted throughout the year, with enhanced success rate during the winters and summers.

Tiger Village Resort is a private enterprise initiated by a team of wildlife enthusiasts that aims at providing comfortable and ecofriendly accommodation to serious wild lifers, naturalists, nature campers and student groups. The team aspires to benefitting the indigenous people and locals by helping them in a modest way by providing employment and by honing their skills in conservation and wildlife tourism and support activities.


THE TIGER

Though slim and elegant, tigers are immensely powerful, they can kill young elephants or even a rhino. Tigers have acute eyesight and their eyes are sensitive to color. Tigers, like all cats, have a special adaptation that gives them excellent night vision.

THE RESORT

Strike the perfect balance between luxury and serenity. All the tranquil cottages are tastefully appointed with all modern amenities to make your stay truly gratifying. The more adventurous traveler can opt for our signature tree-house to get closer to nature.