Spread across the vicinity of Chimur Hills, Tadoba National Park is famous for its tiger population and is considered one of Maharashtra’s oldest and largest national parks. Tadoba National Park’s other name is “Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve” – India’s 47th Tiger Reserve in India. Other wildlife species include sloth bears, jackals, barking deer, langurs, etc. Inside the national park, there is one river – Tadoba, which sustains the wildlife at Tadoba National Park.
Best Time To Visit: April-May, and November-February
How To Explore Tadoba National Park: Jeep/Gypsy Safari, Elephant Safari
Entry Fee: INR 20 per person
Note: Jeep safari and elephant safari charge hikes on special days.
Visit these top tiger reserves situated in the northern and central part of the country and encounter nature at its best and have an incredible and unforgettable experience!
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