Tadoba National Park Overview

The oldest and largest tiger reserve in Maharashtra, Tadoba National Park resides in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra. Its name is taken from the god Tadoba, who is worshipped by the tribes living in the deep forests of Tadoba and Andhari region. Earlier, a national park and Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary were established in the adjacent forests. But in 1995, both were merged to introduce the now tiger reserve.

Stretched over 625.3 square kilometres, Tadoba National Park houses protected forest, the Tadoba lake, and Chimur Hills. The natural wonders of this place can be observed in life and in bold action. There are 88 tigers present in the reserve, along with other mammals like the Indian leopards, sloth bears, nilgai, sambar, barking deer, and much more. Also, the Tadoba lake houses a wide range of water birds and raptors. The grey-headed fish eagle, crested serpent eagle, and changeable hawk-eagle-like endangered species can also be spotted within the reserve.

-Best time to visit 

1. November to February – 
The best time to visit Tadoba National Park is from November to February. The surrounding will compose of lush green setup and water birds can be observed in their element.

2. March to June – 
During this time, the temperature rises to 47 degrees Celsius. Exploring the wonders of Tadoba National Park can be hard but sighting mammals near the lake is highly possible.

3. July to October – 
These months constitute the monsoon. During this time, Tadoba National Park experiences heavy rainfall. The humidity also reaches extreme heights. Mammals and other species are hardly visible at this time.

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