The Dudhwa National Park
is located in the Terai region of Uttar Pradesh, India. It covers an
area of 680 sq km, with a buffer of almost 190 sq km. Established as a
wildlife sanctuary, it was later turned into a national park and in
1988, it became a tiger reserve.
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve lies on the
Indo-Nepal border at the foothills of the Himalayas. While the
northern edge of the park lies along the Indo-Nepal border, the river
Suheli flows along the southern boundary. The swamp deer and tiger are
Dudhwa's main attractions.
The ideal time to visit Dudhwa is
from February to April.