Sights to See
Located in the heart of a reserved forest, Tadoba-andhari Tiger reserve is an infinite treasure trove of innumerable species of wildlife. Apart from tigers, the large herds of chital and the stately samber are often seen in the forest. Other attractions include the elusive barking Deer, the fleet footed chausinga. The majestic Gaur, the robust nilgai, the shy sloth bear, the whistling wild dogs, the omnipresent wild boar and stealthy leopard etc, can also be seen. As the night falls the small Indian civet, the palm civet, the rattle, the flying squirrel make their presence felt. In the backdrop of the famous Ram Degi Temple, the Nature is as its best at Tadoba.
Tadoba-andhari Tiger reserve was created in 1995. The area of the reserve is 625.40 sq. km. This includes Tadoba National Park, created in 1955 with an area of 116.55 sq km and Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary created in 1986 with an area of 508.85 sq km.
Main floral species are teak, ain, bija, dhauda, haldu, salai, semal, tendu and bamboo.