Tigers Of Tadoba


Tadoba Andhari 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. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve was established as second Tiger Reserve in the Maharashtra State, in 1994-95. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve area constitutes a unique ecosystem, comprising, wide variety of flora and fauna including diverse and rich avi-fauna with unique natural scenic beauty. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve is a popular tourist destination in India.

It represents Southern Tropical Dry Deciduous Teak Forests in the Tiger habitat. Viable tiger population (+40) indicates great conservation value of area. It is mega-bio-diversity site in the 6-B Central Plateau Biotic province in the 6-Deccan Peninsula Bio-geographic zone. Wilderness recreation has a important role in support of management. It can directly benefit the cause of conservation, education which is achieved in the field. Conservation, Education and Nature Interpretation are integral to Eco-tourism. The increased tiger and other animal sighting has brought TATR on national map.