A haven for tiger lovers, Tadoba Andhari National Park is one of the largest national parks in Maharashtra. Comprising patches of dense forests, smooth meadows and deep valleys, the national park is one of the few tiger reserves in India where tourists can easily spot majestic tigers in their natural habitat. Lined with teak trees, the best way to explore the national park is by taking a safari in an open top gypsy. Other common sightings in the park include sloth bears, leopards, gaurs, nilgais, civets, striped hyenas, sambars, barking deers, chitals and wild dogs. The national park is divided into three forest ranges known as the Tadoba north range, Kolsa south range and Morhurli range. The forest is also home to a wide variety of reptiles including pythons and cobras.

The park remains open from October 15 to June 30 every year and remains closed on Tuesdays. Accommodation facilities are also available near the Kolara and Mohurli entrance gates of the national park. Tadoba Andhari National Park lies at a distance of 150 km from Nagpur.