Time Required : 2 to 3 hours
Perched at a height of 200m, the national park is the oldest in Maharashtra and is considered to be the second tiger reserve of the state. It is divided into two major zones, namely the Tadoba National park(1955) and Andhari wildlife sanctuary (1986).
The lake situated in the middle of the park is a habitat to a wide variety of birds, 181 in number, including water birds. Marsh crocodile which were once found all over the Maharashtra can now only be spotted here in Tadoba lake. The best time to visit this park is in the cool months of November to February.
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