Dudhwa Tiger Reserve located on the Indo Nepal border in the Lakshmipur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh is one of the beautiful wildlife destinations of India. Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, Uttar Pradesh is covered with swamps and marshes which make it the home of Barasinghas or the Swamp Deers also major habitat for tigers in India
Explore a Terai eco system on the banks of Suheli River in Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in Uttar Pradesh which has a rich variety of flora and fauna,. From the colorful migratory birds to the fierce predators it is the home to a varied species of animals and unique plants.
Get a glimpse of the tigers ,one horned Rhinos, leopards, sloth bear, jackal, wild pig and the lesser cats - the fishing cat, leopard cat, jungle cat and civet. Many of the animals are endangered species while some are endemic to the region. Besides this there is also an abundance of reptiles and snakes. Enjoy breathtakingly beautiful views of this wildlife sanctuary of Uttar Pradesh on your tour to Dudhwa Tiger Reserve.
Apart from the animals you can also find a vast array of avian species which are different varieties of owls and storks. You can also get to see woodpeckers, orioles, pittas, kingfishers, minivets and sunbirds. There are 350 species of avian population . The forests are intersected by rivers and lakes and rivulets. Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, Uttar Pradesh not only allures people for its fierce tigers but even its green and beautiful riverine forests and offers you a unique retreat which brings you close to nature.
How to Reach Dudhwa Tiger Reserve
Nearest Airport:-Lucknow Airport
Nearest Railway Station:-Dudhwa Railway Station
Best Time to Visit Dudhwa Tiger Reserve:
The best time to visit the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve is from February to April. You can also visit during mid November to mid June.