Tadoba, the natural heritage of India, is bestowed with rich biodiversity. The tiger reserve is spread over an area of 625.40 sq km, and is located in the Chandrapur district of Maharashtra. With distinctive eco-system, the destination has been one of the Project Tiger Reserves in India. Conservation and protection of Tigers was the major purpose of forming the Tadoba Tiger Reserve. Established in 1995, Tadoba is the 2nd tiger reserve in the state of Maharashtra.

The region has rich vegetation of Southern Tropical Dry Deciduous Forest and home to various Flora species, namely Teak, Bija, Ain, Dhauda, Salai, Haldu, Tendu, Semal, and Bamboo. The tiger reserve also provides shelter to various animals apart from tiger. The list of Fauna species includes Leopard, Gaur, Sloth Bear, Rusty Spotted Cat, Indian Mouse Deer, Ratel, Spotted Deer, Wild Boar, Sambar, Four-Horned Antelope, Flying Squirrel, Wild Dog, and many more.