Welcome To Official Website Of Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a Tiger reserves in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra state in central India.
It is notable as Maharashtra's oldest and largest National Park. It is one of India's 41 "Project Tiger" - Tiger reserves.
Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve was established as second Tiger Reserve in the Maharashtra State, in 1994-95.
Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve area constitutes a unique ecosystem, comprising, wide variety of flora and fauna including diverse and rich avi-fauna with unique natural scenic beauty.
Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve is a popular tourist destination in India. There is significant increase in tourist’s inflow during the recent years.
It represents Southern Tropical Dry Deciduous Teak Forests in the Tiger habitat.
Viable tiger population (+40) indicates great conservation value of area.
It is mega-bio-diversity site in the 6-B Central Plateau Biotic province in the 6-Deccan Peninsula Bio-geographic zone.
Wilderness recreation has a important role in support of management.
It can directly benefit the cause of conservation, education which is achieved in the field.
Conservation, Education and Nature Interpretation are integral to Eco-tourism.
The increased tiger and other animal sighting has brought TATR on national map.
The area represents Southern Tropical Dry Deciduous Forests in the Tiger habitat.
It has a viable population of 40+ Tigers with high frequency of Tiger sighting.
Beside Tiger, it is abode to number of prominent wild denizens like Leopard, Wild dog, Sloth bear, Gaur, Sambar, Barking deer, Cheetal, Chausinga, Nilgai, Wild boar alongwith rare ones like Ratel, Flying squirrel, Pangolin and Rusty spotted cat.
The continuity with forests of Chandrapur, Bramhapuri and Central Chanda Division enrich the conservation prospects of these species.
Location and Topography
Weather and Temperature
||79° 11' 50" to 79° 40' 54"
||19° 59' 27" to 20° 29' 44"
||Minimum 47° c Maximum 6.7° c
||Hot in March to May, Normal in June to October, Cool in November to February
ECO TOURISM VALUES OF TADOBA ANDHARI TIGER RESERVE:-
1) The area represents Southern Tropical Dry Deciduous Forests in the Tiger habitat. It has a viable population of 40+ Tigers with high frequency of Tiger sighting.
2) It is a mega-biodiversity site with large surrounding forest area and thus has a long term conservation value. It is gene bank of wild relatives of the cultivated species for future use.Read more
TATR Conservation Foundation
We advocate eco-tourism - Discover Our People, their culture and wild life.
TATR Conservation Foundation was established in 25/11/2008.
TATR Conservation Foundation plays a key role in conservation of wildlife, biodiversity as well as being and economic upliftment of local people residing in buffer area.