Tadoba National Park – Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary (508.85 Sq. Kms.) is located in Chandrapur District, Maharashtra. It is dense tropical and deciduous forest. Yearly more than 30 Lacs approx. people visit Tadoba.
The significance of this National Park is its name. From the native tribal God “Taru” to Andhari river flowing through the forest offers the Sanctuary, its name. State of Maharashtra takes pride for the efforts made to create Tadoba as an immersive experience and maintaining the natural beauty with nature ‘s blessed animals.
Tadoba, a must visit place, will definitely impart you with unimaginable wildlife experience. Tadoba is not only for sighting but to feel an integral part of beautiful forest. Chasing Tiger, Tigress and their cubs is most fun-loving part. Moreover, the big herd of Cheetal and Sambar, Gaur, Chausinga (Barking Deer), Wild Dogs and famous but near to extinct animals like Nilgai, Bear, furtive Leopard, Hyenas, Wild Boars, Four Horned Antelopes, Jackals, Langoors and Thorny Porcupines are the most attracted creatures of Tadoba.
Forests are known for beautiful and sparkling nights too. Flying squirrel, Fire Files and many more makes sky full of lights.
The diversity in habitat and abundance of water bodies makes Tadoba one of the alluring birdy destination in Maharashtra. It’s one of the finest place for photography and for a bird watcher. Birds like Indian Robin, Blue Rock Thrush, Grey Bush Chat, Northen Pintail, Little Egret, Purple Heron, Painted Francolin, White- Breasted Water Hen, Yellow Wattled Lapwing and many more attracts in unbelievable manner.
Definitely, all these will build lasting impressions in our mind and heart. Karuya BhramanTea, Challenges to you, to challenge your luck to see astonishing sights of dangerous animals and Welcome to “Empire of all the Tigers Reserves”.