About Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, commonly called TATR, is located near Nagpur – Chandrapur area of Maharashtra state.
The name Tadoba comes from God Tadoba or Taru, worshiped by the native tribal. Andhari is the river that flows through the jungle.
TATR is a large reserved forest with an area nearing 1750 sq. km.
TATR has always been a perfect setting for protection and growth of the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger. According to the latest Tiger census of 2016, TATR has a whooping 88 number of tigers, and anther 58 tigers in the neighboring forest areas.
Undoubtedly, TATR makes one of the best destinations to experience the jungle and learn photography.
Not just the tigers, but TATR hosts a wide variety of flora and fauna, both spectacular and intriguing.