Dudhwa & Pilibhit National Park
Day 1 - 9th Feb - ARRIVE AT LUCKNOW. TRANSFER TO DUDHWA- 200 kms (4.5 Hours)
After arrival at Lucknow airport by an early morning flight, we transfer to Dudhwa, a distance of approx. 200 kms (4.5 Hours). We reach the resort around 4 pm. After check-in, relax and overnight stay at the Resort.
Day 2 - 10th Feb - MORNING SAFARI AT DUDHWA & EVENING SAFARI AT KISHANPUR RANGE
We start our wildlife jaunt with two safaris at the Dudhwa National Park. We take the early morning safari at dudhwa and explore the wild sal forest of Dudhwa, after which we return to the hotel. Relax. Post lunch, we embark for the evening safari at Kishanpur range. Dinner and overnight at the resort.
Day 3 - 11th Feb - MORNING SAFARI AT DUDHWA NATIONAL PARK AND TRANSFER TO KATARNIA GHAT 75kms (2 hours)
Today, we explore the Dudhwa range, where we will go for a morning safari. Post breakfast,leave for Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary(75kms/2hrs).Experien
Dinner and overnight at the resort.
Day 4- 12th Feb - MORNING AND EVENING SAFARI AT PILIBHIT
Experience a morning and evening safari at the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve.This reserve is one of the finest examples of the highly diversified and productive Terai-Duar savanna and grasslands eco-system and is home to a large number of rare and endangered species which includes tigers, leopard, swamp deer, hispid hare, Bengal floricans, etc
Day 5 - 13th Feb - BREAKFAST & DEPARTURE
After breakfast, we check-out and depart for Lucknow airport for our journey back home.
Dudhwa Tigerihno Resort
Trip Cost : R 30,000 + 5% GST per person
Located in the Lakhimpur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh, Dudhwa National Park is situated adjacent to the Indo-Nepal border. Established in 1958 as a wildlife sanctuary for swamp deer, it got notified as a National Park in 1977, and was declared a Tiger Reserve in 1987. Together with Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary, it comprises the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve. During summer, temperatures can soar up to 40°C, with mild winters between 20-30°C.
The park has one of the finest forests of India, with some trees dating more than 150 years. Apart from tigers and swamp deers, Dudhwa is home to sambar deer, barking deer, spotted deer, hog deer, Indian rhinoceros, sloth bear, ratel, jackal, civets, jungle cat, fishing cat, and leopards. Interestingly, the Hispid hare which was once thought to be extinct, was rediscovered here. Dudhwa also houses half the population of barasinghas. It is also a bird watcher’s paradise, with over 400 species inhabiting the forest, both resident as well as migratory.
9th to 13th Feb , 2018
Trip Cost: Rs 30,000 + 5% GST
Trip Leader: Gaurav