Dudhwa National Park and Dudhwa Tiger Reserve are among those exciting weekend holiday destinations that are a requirement to explore. A weekend trip to Dudhwa National Park gives you and your loved ones a while to spend with nature amongst a good range of wildlife in Dudhwa National Park and gives you a chance for bird watching in Dudhwa. So get set and book your weekend trip to Dudhwa National Park now!
NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE CAMP
ATTRACTIONS OF DUDHWA TIGER RESERVE
Drive through the core forest of Dudhwa to reach the Indo-Nepal Border.
WHY CHOOSE US?
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A PEEP INTO THE WORLD OF BIRDS
To understand characteristics, components, importance of Habitats of birds and to contribute to their conservation.
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, the virtually unknown and untouched paradise, lies on the Himalayan foothills on the Indo-Nepal border. Dudhwa is truly the final frontier of civilization. It is the last remnant forest of the amazing Terai-Ecosystem. The Terai, a complex
More than two thousand years ago, the greatest ruler of India, Emperor Ashoka, had decreed the establishment of ‘Abhyarandyas’ or Wildlife Sanctuaries. He had banned the killing of animals and cutting of trees. People who study the Ashokan
Every day during my morning walks near the campsite I would stop near a road side burrow to peep in. yes he is there, I would be happy and satisfied to see the tail of this huge Monitor lizard
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, the virtually untouched paradise, lies on the Himalayan foothills on the Indo-Nepal border. It is the last remnant forest of the amazing Terai-Ecosystem, a magical mosaic of woodland, grassland and wetland habitats.
As we move past the Entry Gate, we are gulped into an enchanted kingdom guarded for miles by the mighty Sal trees. The cavern-like canopy of the woodland is awe-inspiring at daytime and spine-chilling as it gets dark. Under the cover of the apparent tranquility, “tigers lurk, cheetals hide, snakes writhe,”
An adventurous journey on the jungle tracks leads us to the other natural treasures of Dudhwa National Park: the Wetlands and Grasslands. Gazing upon the crystal clear water of the wetlands, we can watch in delight and ecstasy the best of wildlife: the swamp deer, the otters, the gavials, the crocs, thousands of winged visitors and majestic birds of prey.
The grasslands provide sustenance to the wildlife. Their beauty is best appreciated from 150 feet high watchtowers. From this vantage point, we behold the vast grassland spreading like a seamless carpet into the adjoining jungles. And the only thought that comes to the mind is if this is not paradise then what is!
The biodiversity and wildlife at Dudhwa Tiger Reserve are rivaled by few places on earth. Forty-seven species of mammals and Four hundred species of birds dwell in these habitats.
The legend of Dudhwa National Park would be incomplete without the Tharu tribals who still preserve a rich and vibrant culture.