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Dudhwa national park
Dudhwa national park is spread across 811 km² in Uttar Pradesh. It is spread across the Lakhimpur-Kheri district as well as Shahjahanpur district in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The park consists of dense forest as well as grasslands and marshes as well. Owing to this very reason, the biodiversity in the park is pretty high as well. Two of the species of animals for which it is famous are swamp deer as well as Tiger. The park is also dissected by 2 rivers namely Mohana as well as Suheli. Thus, the location of the park becomes the ideal location for wildlife habitat.
The core areas of the national park include dudhwa national park and also Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary. Both of these are separated by 15 km of normal agricultural land. We would today explore the various options for exploring the park and the best time to visit.
The park is 107 km away from Shahjahanpur railway station which is connected with screens ?? from all over the country.
It is also well-connected by roads.
Best time to visit Dudhwa national park:
The best time to visit dudhwa national park is from November to May. The park is open from November to June.
In total, there are 38 different species of mammals which call the park their home. In addition to that, you would find 16 species of reptiles as well. Also, there are numerous species of birds as well.
Some of the animals which you can easily find in the national park are:
- Swamp deer
- Hog deer
- Wild Pig
- and much more
In addition to these, you can explore hundreds of different species of birds as well. Some of the bird species which you can explore are:
- Serpent Eagle
- Fishing eagle
- Bengal Florican
- Emerald dove
During the winter months, you would also be able to witness plenty of migratory birds as well.
Added attractions in the national park:
In and around the national park, you would be able to find plenty of added attractions as well. Some of these attractions include:
Frog Temple , Surat Bhawan Palace
The safaris are conducted from 7 in the morning to 10 and thereafter from 3 in the afternoon to 6 in the evening.
So, if you’re looking to explore the national park owing to its rich diversity of flora and fauna, you have to keep the above few factors in mind and thereafter, it would become pretty easy for you to explore the dudhwa national park.