Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Go For A Jungle Safari In Dudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh!

There are many rare and endangered species living there, such as the Tiger, Hispid hare, Swamp deer, Bengal Florican, Leopard, and many others.

The Project Tiger-designated Dudhwa Tiger Reserve includes Dudhwa National Park (680 km²), Kishanpur Wild Life Sanctuary (204 km²), and Katerniaghat Wild Life Sanctuary (440 km²)

The 1972-founded Dudhwa Tiger Reserve division covers 227 km of grasslands and terai forest.

Top attractions

Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary

Sal and Teak trees, swamps, and wetlands fill the sanctuary. Its endangered species include gharial, tiger, rhino, Gangetic dolphin, Hispid hare, etc.

Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary

Architecturally, the temple is unique. The exquisite temple was built by a Kapalik Tantrik using Tantra Vidya yantras.

Frog Temple

November to June is the best season to visit Dudhwa National Park. During this time, the park is open to visitors and the weather is pleasant, making animal viewing easier.

Winter (December–February) is also best time to visit as the animals come out in the open to sun themselves.

From July to October, during the monsoon season, the park is closed to visitors and it's hard to see animals because of the heavy rain.

The park has a dormitory, resort, forest lodges, and huts for lodging. Dudhwa National Park preserves all park accommodations.