Tadoba is popularly called ‘Jewel of Vidarbha’ is Maharashtra’s oldest national park and covers an area of 623 sq. Km. It is one of India’s 43job Tiger-Tiger reservations and Maharashtra’s oldest and largest national park; this park is the dwelling place of nearly 75 to 80 tigers. It is the perfect holiday destination for people who dare to listen to the roars of tiger in the dense woodland; of the deciduous Tadoba forest. As one has to hear the call of the peacock, sweet chirps of over 195 species of birds including water birds, watch over 75 species of pretty butterflies drifting all around the flora and other rare to endangered species such as Indian Pitta, Golden backed Woodpecker, Paradise Flycatcher, Orange-headed Thrush, Crested Honey Buzzard, Stone Curlew, Crested Treeswift, Bronze-winged Jacana and the black-napped blue flycatcher whilst moving through the dense evergreen jungle of Tadoba, an individual must not miss other attractions of the Tadoba woods.

National Park

Here is some interesting info on national parks in india which will guide travellers to some comprehensive wildlife expedition. The Tadoba Lake serves as a buffer between the extensive farmland and the park’s woods and acts as a permanent water supply for the wildlife along with being the home for Mugger crocodile. A walk at this lake will provide you the opportunity to see over 200 species of birds, to name just a few; white-eyed buzzard, orange led ground thrush, Indian roller and heaven flycatcher. Constructed on Erai River, Erai dam is a gravity dam which serves as the primary source of water for Chandrapur and Tadoba district. Its storage capacity is 226,500 km3 and quantity material is 985 km3.

Flora and Fauna

Before seeing if you are interested in information about Tadoba national park, do not miss to learn more about the flora and fauna of the area. Aside from the royal Bengal tiger other crazy residence of the national park comprises barking deer, Gaurs, Hyenas, porcupines, common languor, Indian Pangolins, blue bull, Gaurs, spotted deer and hynes. Aside from this the flora of the Tadoba forest contains some of the predominant species of herbs, shrubs, trees and grasses acceptable for numerous faunal species.

Khosla Village

Travel enthusiast should not miss exploring the local village close to the Tadoba national park. The gorgeous view and the new atmosphere of the village provides travellers an experience of pure air which will refresh their mind, soul and body. Before seeing the Tadoba woods and the national park if a visitor is enthusiastic about understanding more about the Tadoba national park information then a proposal for them is that they must not miss the jungle safari excursion that will take them throughout the flora and fauna of the area where they can sense a blissful freshness of nature in its purest form.