Tadoba National Park

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Tadoba National Park - The Gliterring Jewel of Maharashtra !!

Tadoba National Park has gained immense popularity in recent years as the top park for tiger sightings. A quaint, beautiful jungle with hilly terrain and mesmerizing landscape, Tadoba-Andhari National Park is the best place to see the ambush. It is one of the largest parks in Maharashtra state.

Suggested Accommodations

The Bamboo Forest

What for many would sound like a fabulous, other-worldly fantasy is the way and reality of life at The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge (BFSL) at the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR). All the villas at the resort are ingeniously crafted with all the luxuries you’d expect back home. An eco-tourism destination unlike any other, it allows you to get back into the lap of nature and far from the madding crowd, but never too far from comfort.

Waghoba Eco Lodge

Waghoba Eco Lodge is set beautifully in a 12-acre land of an untraversed area in the buffer zone of Tadoba National Park. Waghoba Eco Lodge has set new standards of eco-friendliness and conscious luxury. The cottages at Waghoba Eco Lodge have been crafted by drawing inspiration from the very best of eco-construction, from all across the globe.

Svasara Jungle Lodge at Tadoba

Svasara at Tadoba is the first jungle lodge in the conscious luxury chain, and is situated 300 metres from Kolara Gate at Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve. The lodge features 10-acres of restored forest with 12 elegantly furnished suite rooms. We provide all modern amenities and luxuries, multi-cuisine dining options including delectable Regional Indian, Continental, and the local Varadi cuisine.


Located in Central Indian state of Maharashtra's Chandarpur district and spread across an vast landscape of 1727 Sq.km, Tadoba was established in 1995 after the successful merger of the Tadoba national park (est. 1955) and the Andhari wildlife sanctuary (est. 1986) it is now called as Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. Tadoba the name is derived from the name of God "Taru" which is till now worshipped by the tribals in the area while Andhari name originates from the river "Andhari" which flows through the forests.

Tadoba being a dry deciduous forest with mostly teak and bamboo trees, has a mix of grasslands and dry forests. This type of forests allows a better visibility through the forest and hence offers a good wildlife viewing. Besides the grasslands and dry forest, the landscape comprises marshes, lakes, cliffs along with few caves. The perennial "Irai lake" is a major attraction for birdwatchers almost 225 species of birds are found here along with freshwater crocodiles, the forest department offers boating facility on the backwaters of Irai lake.

Tadoba National Park is rich in fauna due to the biodiversity it, the mammals including the Leopard, packs of Wild Dogs (Dhole), Sloth Bears, Gaur (Indian Bison), Deers and of course the majestic Tigers share this pristine reserve.

Mammals: Tigers, Indian leopards, Sloth bears, Gaur (Indian Bison), Nilgai, Dhole, Small Indian Civet, Jungle cats, Sambar Deer, Barking deer, Chital, Chausingha and Honey Badger

Birds: Orange-headed Thrush, Indian Pitta, Crested treeswift, Stone Curlew, Crested Honey Buzzard, Paradise Flycatcher, Bronze-winged Jacana, Lesser Goldenbacked Woodpecker, various Warblers, Black-naped Blue Flycatcher and many more.

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