The Sanctuary Tadoba

Welcome to The Sanctuary Tadoba. At The Sanctuary Tadoba you are in the lap of mother nature. Enjoy the jungle safari thoroughly from Moharli Gate which is at a distance of just 2 kms or Khutwada Gate which is at just 4 kms. You may choose to just take a day off & relax admist the greenery. Start your day from early morning at the Machaan which gives the view of the reserve forest. Watch the animals & birds coming to quench their thirst at the water hole as the world sees another day.


Enjoy the magnificent sunset on the Irai lake from the terrace of the cottages with a cup of ginger flavoured tea. All the well equipped rooms at The Sanctuary exhibit a mixture of warmth, comfort & coziness. Each room has a sit-out & a terrace for that perfect relaxation ambience in the evenings with family & friends.

About Tadoba

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve or TATR is popularly called as Tadoba. Tadoba National Park was created way back in 1955 making it the oldest Tiger Project in Maharashtra. It is spread over a vast core area of 625 sq. km. This is surrounded with 200 sq. km of buffer surrounding the core area. Total area of the reserve is 1727(km)


Tadoba Reserve covers the Chimur Hills, whereas the Andhari Sanctuary covers Mohrali & Kosla ranges. Densely forested hills form the northern & western boundaries of the tiger reserve. To the south west is the Tadoba lake spanning over 300 acres. Tadoba lake acts as a natural cushion between the park's forest & the extensive farmland which extends upto to the Irai water reservoir. Tadoba lake is a perennial water source which offers good habitat for crocodiles to thrive. Other wetland areas within the reserve include the Kosla lake & the Andhari river.

Safari in Tadoba

Entry is available for morning as well as evening tours. Gypsey, guides are available at the entry points and not to be booked in advance. Charges for forest entry, gypsey, guide are given.

Tigers in Tadoba

There are 88 tigers, as of August 2016 in the reserve, and 58 in the forests immediately outside the reserve. Tadoba accounts for almost half of the tiger population of Maharashtra.

Total Area of Tadoba

It is also the largest National Park in Maharashtra. It is spread over a vast core area of 625 sq km. This is surrounded with 200 sq km of buffer surrounding the core area.

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