Situated in the Indian State of Maharashtra, Tadoba is also known as Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR). Andhari River flows through the National Park acting as a crucial lifeline of the ecosystem. The lake is the most picturesque element of the ecosystem and supports many species of birds, fishes, turtles, and the marsh crocodile.
The dense foliage and rugged topography is ideal for adventure in the wild. The amazing biodiversity has given birth to myriads' life form of which the tiger is the topmost (food chain).
The vast road networks cover most of the habitats of the Carnivora and thus offer an excellent chance of an encounter. The rivers, water bodies, hills, and grasslands are all ingredients for a fantastic panorama.