Dudhwa National Park

In the foothills of The Himalayas

A jewel of India’s Terai region in Uttar Pradesh, Dudhwa National Park boasts a captivating tapestry of landscapes. Dense forests give way to marshy grasslands, and sparkling rivers wind through the diverse terrain including marshes, grasslands, and riverine ecosystems. The Dudhwa landscape is a large protected area that also encompasses the Kishanpur and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuaries and Pilibhit Tiger Reserve along the India-Nepal border. The park is famous for tigers, marsh deer, elephants, and the rare one-horned rhino. You can also head out to Katarnia for a boating safari and spot the rare Gangetic Dolphins and Indian Gharials.

Dudhwa at a Glance

Wildlife

Dudhwa National Park offers visitors thrilling encounters with a brilliant array of wildlife. With tigers and leopards being its main attraction, the park also protects the Barasingha- the incredible 12-horned swamp deer, and the rare Indian one-horned rhino. Visitors can also expect sightings of elephants, sloth bears, and a variety of other deer species including sambar, spotted deer, and hog deer, along with primates like langurs and rhesus monkeys.

Vegetation

Being situated in the foothills of the Himalayas, Dudhwa is a paradise that’s covered with the evergreen Sal trees. These tall, old-growth forests situated along straight roads make up the beautiful landscape of Dudhwa. You’ll also find grasslands and swamp areas making up the perfect habitat for the resident deer population, rhinoceros, and various species of migratory birds.

Things To Do in Dudhwa

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UNESCO

 Dudhwa has played a significant role in preserving endangered species and maintaining vital wildlife corridors as a biodiversity hotspot has earned it UNESCO World Heritage Site status and inclusion in the Terai Arc Landscape Conservation Program, highlighting its role.

How to reach?

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AIR

The nearest airport to Dudhwa National Park is the Lucknow Airport (Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport), located approximately 225 kilometres away.

TRAIN

The nearest railway station to Dudhwa National Park is Dudhwa Railway Station, which is located in the town of Palia Kalan, approximately 4 kilometres away from the park.

ROAD

Dudhwa National Park is well-connected by road to major towns.        

Bareilly – 4 Hrs   

Lucknow – 5 Hrs       

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