Dudhwa National Park
The Dudhwa National Park is a national park in the Terai of Uttar Pradesh, India, and covers an area of 490.3 km2(189.3 sq mi), with a buffer zone of 190 km2 (73 sq mi). It is part of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve. It is located on the Indo-Nepal border in the Lakhimpur Kheri District, and has buffer of reserved forest areas on the northern and southern sides. It represents one of the few remaining examples of a highly diverse and productive Terai ecosystem, supporting a large number of endangered species, obligate species of tall wet grasslands and species of restricted distribution.
Few reasons to visit Dudhwa Nationa Park:
The only site for Rhino Re-intorduction. Meet these single hormed giants in open as in Assam.
Glimpse the National Animal- The Tiger in his kingdom--- Good Luck!!
The only place to see 5 out of 7 species of deer found in India.
Maximum number of the Swamp Deer, Hog Deer and the Hispid.
Home to the highly endangered and rare , the Bengal Florican as well as more than 450 species of bird.
The best quality of dense Sal forest now exsisting in India.
About 150 sq. km. of Elephant Grassland.
Network of 20 natural lakes supporting Birds and other aquatic fauna such as Indian otter and crocodile.
More than 3000 ANT-HILLS.
Nepal (Dhangarhi) only 25km, no Passport required for Indians.