Tadoba national park (116.55 Sq. Kms.) – Andhari wildlife sanctuary (508.85 Sq. Kms.) along kind the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (625.40 Sq. Kms.). The park derives its name from the native tribal God “Taru”, whereas the Andhari river flowing through the forests offers the Sanctuary, its name. The land vegetation is typical Tropical Dry deciduous sort having Teak as dominant species. a number of the main tree species found among the protected space are Teak, Ain, Arjun, Behada, Bija, Bhera, Bor, Bel, Chichwa, Dhawada, Kusum, Mahua, Mowai, Phetra, Rohan, Salai, Semal, Shisham, Sisoo, Shivan, Surya, Sirus, Tendu.
Karuya BhramanTea will take their precious tourists to the major attraction of TADOBA that is the TIGER. the big herds of Chital, the stately sambar, the elusive barking deer, the fleet-footed Chausinga, the majestic gaur, the strong nilgai, the shy sloth bear, the whistling Wild dogs, the omnipresent swine, and also the furtive Leopard build lasting impressions on the visitors to the present Reserve. because the night falls the tiny Indian civet, the palm civet, the Ratel, the flying squirrel build their presence felt. Hyenas, Wild Boars, spotted deer, barking deer, Gaurs, Blue Bulls, Four-horned Antelopes, Indian Pangolins, Porcupines and customary Langoors are main wild animals found in this national park.