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Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks of Uttar Pradesh

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Uttar Pradesh Wild Life Sanctuaries



Dudhwa National Park



The Dudhwa National Park is dissipated across a sprawling area of approximately 490 square kilometers in close proximity with the Indo-Nepal abut located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The Dudhwa National Park is also flanked by the auspicious presence of the placid river called Suheli at its southern fringe. The Dudhwa National Park has been around since 1870s. The sole change undergone by the Dudhwa National Park is the fact that it was previously designated as a Tiger Reserve but in the year 1977 it achieved the status of being a National Park.

How to Reach Dudhwa

The Dudhwa National Park and Tiger Reserve is located in the Lakhimpur-Kheri district in Uttar Pradesh, India.

By Air

The nearest airport is Lucknow, which has direct flights to all the major cities in India including Delhi and Mumbai.

By Train

The nearest railway stations are Dudhwa 4 km, Palia 10 km, and Mailani 37 km. Dudhwa on North Eastern Railway.

By Road

There are regular buses from Palia to Dudhwa, Bareilly and even Delhi. Important road distances from Dudhwa are Lucknow - 238 km, Bareilly - 260 km, Delhi - 430 km, Palia-5km.

The Dudhwa National Park of Uttar Pradesh has it all from luscious grasslands to marshy lands from thick woodlands composed of sal to dusty and tough landscapes.

The major attractions of the Dudhwa National Park at Uttar Pradesh are mentioned below:-
  • Swamp Deer
  • Chital
  • Hog Deer
  • Sambar
  • Rhinoceros

Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary



Head for the one and only Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary if you desire to witness nature's splendor at its very finest. Situated in Meerut, the Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary spans across an amazing area of 2073 square kilometers. The Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary made its presence felt in the year 1986.

The Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary houses an astonishing variety of wild animals that come in all sizes and forms. In spite of being the abode of an entire caboodle of fauna, it can grant totally separate ecological niches to the different creatures; thanks to its incredibly spacious interiors.

Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary



The Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary constitutes one of those tourist destinations that bears the uncanny power to thrill and enchant you. The Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary is well diffused across a pulsating plot of approximately 500 kilometers along the perimeter that marks the demarcation between the states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.


The Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary came into existence in the year 1982. Being situated at the rendezvous point of the states of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, the Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary is easily accessible from any remote wing of the country.

The Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh besides hosting a wide array of fauna, it also houses exquisite species of trees that augments the scenic grandeur of this sanctuary to tremendous levels. The diverse species of flora that exemplifies this place are mentioned below:-
  • Sheesham Teak
  • Saal
  • Mahua
  • Jamun
  • Siddha
  • Salai
  • Koraiya
  • Jheengar

Ranipur Wildlife Sanctuary



The Ranipur Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh harbors a wide variety of wildlife that will surely dazzle you. Some of the most prominent fauna found in the Ranipur Wildlife Sanctuary of Uttar Pradesh are listed below:-
  • Tigers
  • Leopards
  • Sloth Bear
  • Peafowl
  • Spur Fowl
  • Jungle Fowl
  • Painted Patridge
  • Fishing Cat
  • Chinkara

The most suitable time to visit the Ranipur Wildlife Sanctuary at Uttar Pradesh and view it in its true grandeur stretches from the months of November through to the months of June.


Last Updated on : 28/09/2013