Dudhwa National Park
Best Time To Visit:
November – April
Flight: New Delhi – Lucknow
Railway: New Delhi – Palia Kalan
About Dudhwa National Park
The existence of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve undoubtedly influences in a host of ways, critical but not fully understood, the ecological balance of not only the region but also of our planet. With its varied topography, lush green landscape, extensive wetlands and remarkable biodiversity, the Reserve is an enviable paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. At every turn, there are unique species to see – which makes Dudhwa National Park truly a paradise for Nature Lovers. The vegetation is of the North Indian Moist Deciduous type, containing some of the finest examples of Sal forests in India, as well the most extensive tracts of moist grasslands that remain in this region.
Apart from a sizable population of Tigers and Leopard, Dudhwa National Park carries a viable population of a nominate sub-species of the Swamp deer or Barasingha, Indian One-horned Rhinoceros successfully reintroduced in 1984, and certain critically endangered species like the Bengal Florican and the Hispid Hare, adding to the marvel of Dudhwa. There is an enviable bird life with over 450 residents as well as migratory species. Dotted with a number of shallow lakes or taals, there are diverse, perennial sources of freshwater in the reserve.
Dudhwa National Park Tiger Safari Tours
Popular Fauna at Dudhwa
Tiger Safaris at Dudhwa National Park
Dudhwa National Park conducts half day jeep safaris. A half day jeep safaris can be further categorized as a morning safari and an evening safari. The morning safaris start around 0600 hours depending on the sunrise time and lasts for about 4.5-5 hours. After the morning safari, the guest heads back to the lodge/resort. You can freshen up, eat a quick lunch, relax for a bit and later head back in to the jungle for your evening safari. The evening safari lasts for about 3 – 3.5 hours depending on the time of sunset. Post your evening safari, you head back to the lodge for dinner and take the rest of the evening at leisure.
A boat safari in the Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary when on a tiger safari in Dudhwa National Park is a must. You get the chance to witness some of the most spectacular birding species along with other endangered reptile species of Indian Wildlife like the Ghariyal, Gangetic Dolphin, Magar, Python, Sandboa, Banded Crate, Rusel Viper, Rat Snake and more.
Accomodations at Dudhwa National Park
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