Wildlife 2018-08-18T07:52:58+00:00


The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a biodiversity hotspot, the largest and oldest national park in Maharashtra. Cradled by the thickly forested Chaimur, Moharli and Kolsa Hills, the reserve’s cliffs and caves provide ample refuge to animals. The reserve’s startling diversity of flora and fauna are fed by perennial waters of the Tadoba, Kolsa Lakes and the Andhari River.

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The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a biodiversity hotspot, the largest and oldest national park in Maharashtra. Cradled by the thickly forested Chaimur, Moharli and Kolsa Hills, the reserve’s cliffs and caves provide ample refuge to animals. The reserve’s startling diversity of flora and fauna are fed by perennial waters of the Tadoba, Kolsa Lakes and the Andhari River.

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For Royalty and More

For Royalty And More

Hidden behind the dry, deciduous forests of Teak, tall grasslands and Bamboo thickets, lies the reserve’s most famous inhabitant – the majestic Royal Bengal tiger. The reserve is home to a staggering 146 Royal Bengal Tigers allowing for multiple sightings in a day. Besides the star attraction, Indian Leopards, Sloth Bears, Striped Hyenas, Indian Bison, the rare Four-Horned Antelope and Barking Deer also roam these forests.

For Royalty And More

“The reserve is home to a staggering 146 Royal Bengal Tigers allowing you multiple sightings in a day.”

The Winged Wonder land

The Winged Wonderland

The Winged Wonder land

The water bodies inside the reserve are rich reservoirs of food for the reserve’s 255 species of birds and raptors including 17 endangered species. Come May and December, thousands of summer and winter migratory birds make their way to Tadoba from as far as East Africa and Siberia respectively.

“The water bodies inside the reserve are rich reservoirs of food for the reserve’s 255 species of birds and raptors including 17 endangered species.”

The Jungle of Small Things

The Jungle Of Small Things

The dense overgrowth of Tadoba is home to the endangered Indian Python, Terrapins, Indian Star Tortoise, Wolf Spider and the Giant Wood Spider. The endangered Danaid Egg Fly, Jewel Beetle and the pretty Pansies, Mormons and Swordtail Butterflies are often seen fluttering across the reserve.

The Jungle Of Small Things

“Indian Leopards, Sloth Bears, Striped Hyenas, Indian Bison, the rare Four-Horned Antelope and Barking Deer also roam these forests.”