Tadoba Wildlife Sanctuary - Located in Chandrapur district, the best park to spot tigers in the state. One can also spot leopards, sloth bears, jungle cats among others. The park is open throughout the year and has safaris in the mornings and afternoon where an English-speaking guide will accompany.
Pench Tiger reserve- situated 75 km from Nagpur it shares a border with Madhya Pradesh. The park is native to more than 35 species of fauna including the big cat Bengal tiger, chital, wolf, Indian leopard, gaur, antelope along with many species of birds like crow pheasant, peafowl, blue kingfisher, red-vented bulbul and many more. The park is home to innumerable species of flora.
Melghat Tiger Reserve, located in the northern part of Amravati district, is one of the Project Tiger parks of India. Other animals of this park include panthers, sloth bears, sambar, wild bear, and wild dogs. One can spot eagles in this reserve. There is a thick majority of teak trees in this reserve.
Umred-Karhandla Sanctuary, located in Bhandara district, 50 km from Nagpur. The park has 5-6 tigers, 90 odd species of birds and about 19 species of reptiles.
Navegaon Tiger Reserve, located in the Gondia district. It boasts of a wildlife sanctuary, a bird sanctuary that houses nearly 65% of species found in Maharashtra, a deer park and gardens. Interesting wildlife includes tiger, jungle cat, panther, small Indian civet, wold, palm civet, jackal, sambar, bison, nilgai, wild boar, chital, several species of reptiles and fish.
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary - Located in Wardha district, the park is said to have 15-17 tigers and is the smallest tiger reserve in India. The water hole in the middle of the park helps attract birdlife.
Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary, lying in the ghat region of Sahyadri hills which is filled with green lush grass during the rainy days. The air is clean and fresh, filled with sounds of rare species of birds.
Some of the green spaces which attract ecotourists are:
Igatpuri, situated close to Nashik. Filled with several waterfalls and lakes surrounded by greenery, the place offers a splendid view of nature.
Tapola, popularly known as mini-Kashmir. It is a small village, 25kms from Mahabaleshwar. Tapola is popular for boating combined with rare scenery and natural landscapes. Kas Pathar turns into a bed of flowers during monsoon is a definite visit for all ecotourists.
Kolad - Turquoise blue water with lush green spaces is a dream come true for ecotourists and trekkers. Kolad also offers exciting adventure sports like river rafting, zip-lining and canoeing.