Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve

Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve 2 Bengal tigers (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve is in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra state, India.  Tadoba Andheri National Park is the oldest and largest national park in the state which was created in 1955. Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve, was created in this park in 1995 as part of Project Tiger to save Royal Bengal Tiger, an Indian tiger species.

Tadoba reserve consists of the Chimur Hills. Andhari sanctuary is made up of  Moharli and Kolsa ranges.  Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve  is spread over an area of 625 square kilometers. These ares are covered by thick forests; mainly teak and other trees like bamboo, mahua, jamun, tenndu trees cover the forests.This tiger reserve is part of the Western Ghats. Cliffs, deep valleys, caves, etc, makes this a magnificent tourist spot.

Tadoba lake is a vast lake which offers perennial water source for the wild habitats especially the Muggar crocodiles.

Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve has a 12 seater small bus which offer Jungle wildlife Safari at Tadoba.

Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve  is very rich in Flora and Fauna.

Around 65 Bengal Tigers are found here. Other than tigers, Panthers, jackals, Rusty Spotted Cat, wild dogs, barking deer, bison, Indian mouse deer, sambar, Wild Pig, Ratel, Four horned antelope, Flying Squirrel,  etc, are found in Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve .

195 species of birds are found here, including three endangered species, making it a bird watchers paradise.

How do I go to Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra?

The closest rail head is located at Chandrapur, on the Chennai – New Delhi railway line at around 45 kilometers from the national park. Major rail head is 140 kilometers away at Nagpur, which is well connected by train, bus and air.

Which is the Best time to visit Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve?

Except during the monsoon season, you can visit the tiger reserve. During peak summer months of April and May. Tigers come out of forests to water bodies and can be seen and heard. Many tourists report frequent tiger spotting.

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