Tadoba Andhari Reserve is the biggest national park in Maharashtra. Resort is situated prime location as within 20km radius. There are 2 core gates and 7 buffer gates. For details on gates and distance visit page Entry Gate near CTR
Weather and Climate of Tadoba
Winter season : November to February with temperatures around 25°-30°C.
Summer season : March to June with temperatures around 35°-43°C.
Rainy season : June to September humidity drifts around 66%
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve core gates are shut in rainy season, but buffer gates are open for good sighting. Best season to visit Tadoba is from 1st October to 30th June.
Flora and Fauna
There are 250+ tigers and 95 leopards which includes Black leopard too. It has a variety of flora fauna, which includes barking deer, Indian gour, wild dogs, wild boar, sloth bear, wild cat, jackol, Indian folks, porcupine, crocodile & large variety of birds.
Tadoba Tiger Reserve is also home to different mammals :
Tadoba Reserve is a predominantly southern tropical dry deciduous forest with dense woodlands comprising about 87% of protected area. Teak is the predominant tree species.
Some trees found in this area are :
Tadoba lake supports the swamp crocodile, which was once normal all over Maharashtra. Reptiles here incorporate the jeopardized Indian python and the normal Indian screen. Reptiles, Indian star turtle, Indian cobra and Russel’s snake likewise live in Tadoba.The lake contains a wide assortment of water birds, and raptors. 195 types of birds have been recorded, including three imperiled species. The dim headed fish bird, the peaked snake falcon, and the variable bird of prey hawk are a portion of the raptors found in the recreation area.