Hotel Tuli International

Address: Residency Road, Nagpur, Maharashtra, 440001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Residency Road, Nagpur, is near Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary.
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      Travel Blogs from Nagpur

      Final Post - Do Indian Protected Areas Protect?

      A travel blog entry by npacadia on Apr 22, 2014

      3 comments, 48 photos

      ... very difficult subsistence conditions of those villagers living inside the core area of the Tiger Reserves (e.g., no medical facilities, only one crop annually that is dependent upon rainfall, high incidences of wildlife depredation on crops and livestock, and real threats of human injury or death due to tiger or leopard attacks), relocation has not been universally embraced. All of these villages are comprised of indigenous people who have been living there ...

      Day 10,Nagpur

      A travel blog entry by btabor on Nov 04, 2013

      ... them she told them to tell me to,go to the hotel.When I got there it was time to eat,I ate lobster for lunch.When I was done I went back to my moms friends house.As soon as I got there,my mom called and told me to go home.When I got there I had to go see The Sky Tower.When we got back I went straight to ...

      Day 8 Nagpur

      A travel blog entry by btabor on Nov 02, 2013

      day 8

      When my mom tried to wake me up,I just laid down like I was asleep.Then,I got dressed so I can go eat breakfast at,Joe's Garage.The food there looked so good that,I could not choice what to eat.Then,I had to take a shower so I could go to my moms friends house.When I went to my moms friends house I saw a pretty horse.I asked if I could ride there horse,they told ...

      Day 7,Nagpur

      A travel blog entry by btabor on Nov 01, 2013

      1 photo

      ... it was done are team won the game,it was fifty-five to six.We went home and I tried to make french toast,it turned out to be good so we ate it for lunch.When I was done eating I watched t.v. for a while,then I took a bath.After that,I went to bed and I was thinking,what could I do in the morning.
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      Being given the run around in Nagpur...

      A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Feb 26, 2011

      Before I left for India, I was discussing my planned itinerary with geography lecturer, and frequent traveller to India, Dr Doug Hill. When I suggested that I hoped to get to Nagpur he simply, and somewhat increduously, asked "why"? You see Nagpur is known as the geographic centre of India, and for its oranges...that's it! But my planned trip was not without reason...New Zealand's World Cup match against Australia the main drawcard! So I arrived in Nagpur about midday the day before ...