About Tadoba National Park
Tadoba Tiger Reserve is Maharashtra's largest National Park with one of the highest densities of tigers in the country. A dry deciduous forest with beautiful topography, Nearly 300 species of birds are found in this region and offers some of the best sightings of tigers, wild dogs, leopards, and others are seen frequently. The jungle and areas surrounding the Lodge are excellent terrains for birding and walking safaris.
Herbivores include the gigantic gaur, sambar, Nil Gai or blue bull, spotted deer, Monkey etc. Some other interesting mammals are the jackal, fox, jungle cat and hares. The large water body in the park have crocodiles which can be seen basking on the banks.
Teak is the dominant species of tree along with Mahua, Tendu, Flame of the forest, Golden Shower and Bamboo. The thickets of trees are interspersed with large grasslands and lakes which make for a very interesting landscape.