Situated in the Chandarpur district of Maharastra, India, it is one of the most famous tiger reserve in India. Tadoba wildlife sanctuary was established in 1935 and entitled as national protected are in 1955. It has got its name from the tribal hero Tadoba who had died for his clan. The park covers an area of 625 sq km, one of the biggest national parks in Maharastra. Declared as tiger reserve in 1993, it becomes centre of attraction for nature and wildlife lovers.
The vegetation of the park includes rich dry deciduous forest variety such as Sal, Margosa, Mahua and Mango. Walking inside the jungle of the national park gives awesome feeling of tranquility and solace. Some part of the terrain is covered with thick bamboos, evergreen tropical grass and dense, mangrove forests.
The jewel of Vidarbha region, park gives an ideal shelter to many endangered and rare species. It is one of those parks of India where more than fifty tigers are residing in their natural habitat. It seems so fascinating to watch tiger hunting or sleeping in the shade is an unforgettable moment in wildlife travelers’ life. Apart from the tiger, you can explore many other species’ of mammals and reptiles for instance Leopards, Sloth Bears, Gaur, Wild Dogs, Hyenas, Civet and Jungle cats, and many species of Indian deer like Sambar, Cheetal, Nilgai, and Barking Deer, Marsh Crocodile etc. Besides mammals and reptiles the park emerges as a remarkable destination for the bird watchers as it provides shelter to more than 150 species of migratory as well as domestic birds.