Location of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve
The Dudhwa National Park, on the border shared between India and Nepal in the district of Lakhimpur-Kheri, Uttar Pradesh, is one of the three national parks of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve. The other two are the Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary and the Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary.
How to Reach
The Dudhwa National Park can be reached by road, train or plane. The Dudhwa Railway Station is situated in proximity, at a distance of about 4 km, while the nearest Airport is that of Lucknow. From the airport or the railway station, one can hire a taxi to get to the national park.
If one is travelling to the national park from Delhi, it will take about 8-9 hours drive or one can avail the train to Shahjehanpur and then take a 3-hour drive. Also, one can go to Lucknow first and then head towards Dudhwa, which is around 245 km away from Lucknow.
In summer season, visiting the national park will make one work into a lather. The temperature goes as high as 45 degrees centigrade in summers, while it drops up to 2 degrees in winter season. The period from mid June to mid November is the rainy season in the region.
Best Time to Visit
The park is opened for visitors from 15 November to 15 June. However, for grabbing the best draws of the spot, one must plan the trip between February and April.