Nestled on the border of India and Nepal, sprawling across 490 square kilometres in the remote hinterlands of Uttar Pradesh is the densely forested Dudhwa National Park. Home to some of the most exotic wildlife including elephants, Barasingha deer, the single-horned rhino, Indian narrow-headed soft-shell turtle and a vast array of birdlife, the national park is a delightful oasis for nature enthusiasts. The thick blanket of elephant grass, the enchanting tranquillity, only punctuated by the songs of birds or the myriad sounds of the wild allow one to experience the quintessential thrill of the jungle.
Accompanied by our expert naturalists, get introduced to the distinctive Terai ecosystem. With the rivers Mohan and Suheli as the markers on the northern and southern boundaries, and a few Tharu villages at the edges of the mysterious woodland, Dudhwa National Park makes for a fascinating experience for all wildlife enthusiasts and birdwatchers.