Tadoba National Park - Wild Life

Tadoba National Park


Location: Chandrapur, Maharashtra 442401, India
Nearest City: Chandrapur
Area: 625.4 km2
Established: 1955

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Tadoba National Park – Pampering Royal Bengal Tigers since Time Immemorial

Surprisingly less featured in India wildlife tours, Tadoba National Park is a stupendous destination on the adventure trail of exploring the very regal Bengal tiger. Tadoba wildlife safari through Tadoba Tiger Reserve is a spellbinding activity that can leave you completely mesmerized. If you don’t’ get to see the glorious creature at any other tiger reserve in India, Tadoba National Park can easily fulfil your desire.

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How Was Tadoba Formed?
Accepted as a reserve in 1935, the act that completely banned hunting, the area became Tadoba National Park in 1955. In 1995, the park was merged with the adjoining Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary and Tadoba Tiger Reserve was born. Today, it is better known as Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, ‘Tadoba’ honouring the local God and ‘Andhari’ taken from the river flowing through the forest.
Tadoba at a Glance

  • State: Maharashtra
  • District: Chandrapur
  • Total Area: 625 square km.
  • Geographical Features: Chimur Hills, Moharli and Kolsa Ranges, Tadoba Lake, Kolsa Lake and many other wetlands are important parts of Tadoba National Park. Dense forests, green meadows, sprawling valleys and numerous cliffs and caves can be explored on Tadoba wildlife safari.
  • Main Entry Gates: Kolara, Navegaon, Khutwanda
  • Main Zones: Moharli, Tadoba and Kolsa, Moharli being the most popular Tadoba Tiger Reserve zone.

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