May 10, 2010 | Posted by WhereCity Mumbai at 2:03 AM |
Tadoba National Park is Maharashtra’s oldest national park, created in 1955. It is one of India’s 28 project tiger reserves. Situtated in Chandrapur district, the National Park covers 623 km² of two forested areas of the Tadoba and Andhari range. Along with tigers, Tadoba is a home for Leopard, Sloth Bear, Gaur, Wild Dog, hyena, Sambar, Cheetal, Nilgai, Four-horned Antelope and Barking Deer. The TadobaLake has the Marsh Crocodile. It is also a birdwatchers’ paradise with a good variety of birds. Read More.