Tadoba, formerly called ‘Berar’, lies in Maharashtra’s eastern region, enjoying a cultural and historical background distinct from rest of the state. It is famous for the Tadoba National Park..one of India’s 41 Project Tiger Reserves..the ‘natural land of Tigers’, often called ‘the Jewel of Vidharba’. Enriched with an amazing Biodiversity wealth situated right in the heart of a reserved forest, this infinite treasure-trove harnesses abundant flora – Sal, Indian Butter Teak, Mahua, Mango, Casia, Flame of the Forest, and a myriad of wildlife species – tigers, panthers, sloth bears, flying squirrel, barking deer, blue bull, nilgai, sambar, etc. Tadoba comprises Tadoba Tiger Reserve and Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary. It derives its name from the local God – ‘Taru’, while Tadoba lake lies in the park centre.
Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve is a Tiger reserves in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra state in central India. It is notable as Maharashtra’s oldest and largest National Park. It is one of India’s 41 Project Tiger Tiger reserves.