Dudhwa National Park or Dudhwa Tiger Reserve is situated in the Lakhimpur-Kheri district in Uttar Pradesh, India. Stretched over a sprawling area of 614 sq. km., Dudhwa National Park is one of the top examples of the enormously varied and rich Terai eco-systems.
The southern limit of the Dudhwa National Park is marked by River Suheli and the northern edge of the sanctuary lies along the Indo-Nepal border.
The chief vegetation types of the Dudhwa region in Uttar Pradesh are Tropical Moist Deciduous Forest, Tropical Semi-Evergreen Forest, Dry Deciduous Forest and Swamp and Riparian Forest.
The whole of Dudhwa National Park is disrupted by extensive stretches of grasslands locally known as the phantas. The Dudhwa National Park has innumerable trees among which the dominant tree species are Shorea robusta, Terminalis tomentosa, Adina cordifolia, Eugenia jambolana, Terminalia belerica, Bombax malabaricum and Dalbergia sissoo.