Attractions of Dudhwa National Park
Deer of Dudhwa National Park:
Dudhwa National Park is home to 500 different species of mammals. Coming across
them is a great experience. The park is comprised of five different species of deer. All
species of deer have different ways of communicating with each other. They have panic
calls, quick wavering barks, and whistles that they use while having any doubts and
continue to repeat until at peace.
Birds of Dudhwa National Park:
There are about 450 resident and migratory bird species in this park. In fact, these birds
are the most beautiful aspect of Dudhwa National Park vacation. Owing to their rich
color, soothing chirps, and liveliness, bird-watching gives an awesome experience to
the visitors. For bird observation, take binoculars with you.
Butterflies of Dudhwa National Park:
Distinct in colors and shape, butterflies are really attractive for all. The park features 43
species of butterflies having different shades and structure.
Reptiles of Dudhwa National Park:
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve has various kinds of reptiles, including crocodiles, turtle &
tortoise, snakes and Gharial. There are two kinds of crocodiles, 15 kinds of turtles and
more than 15 species of snacks in the park.
Best Time to Visit Dudhwa National Park
The place enjoys the typical weather of Northern India. Summers are scorching with
temperatures rising up to 40 °C. Winters last from October to February with temperature
up to 20-30 °C. Monsoon starts in mid-June and continues till September with an
average rainfall of 150 cm. The months of February to April are the best time for visiting
the park and it opens to visitors between 15th November and 15th June every year.
How to Reach Dudhwa National Park
Dudhwa National Park is easily accessible from rail and road. Explore more about how
to reach here before booking Dudhwa holiday packages.
Explore Options to Reach Bhawanipatna
Before booking your Bhawanipatna holiday packages, you must be aware of the ways
to reach this city. To know more, read on:
The nearest airport to Dudhwa in India is Lucknow Airport at distance of 219 km
otherwise airport in Nepal is the neatest airport to this park at 35 km distance.
Dudhwa branch-line of the North-East Railways connects Dudhwa/Palia with Lucknow,
Bareilly and Gonda. Dudhwa Railway Station is located in the heart of the Park almost
4 km away from the tourist complex at Dudhwa. Regular trains connect it from different
cities of India.
Dudhwa National Park is connected to other cities and towns through excellent network
of roads. You can take following routes to reach there.
Lucknow – Sitapur – Lakhimpur – Bijua – Bhira – Palia – Dudwa
Shahjahanpur – Powayan – Khutar – Mailani – Palia – Dudhwa
Bareilly – Pilibhit – Puranpur – Khutar – Mailani – Palia – Dudhwa