Roofed with an extensive layer of forests, grasslands and several species of flora & fauna, Uttar Pradesh is a snug hideout for eco-travelers. Ringing with the sound of timeless traditions, U.P.- the heartland of India is where nature is at its best. The fertile Gangetic Plain, thick forests filled with marshes and swamps, and the..
Suhelwa Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of about 42 kilometres from Gonda in UP’s Sravasti & Balrampur district. Suhelwa was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary in 1988. Adjunct to the Nepal border of India, this sanctuary is spread over an area of 452 sq. km. It is a home to various species of flora..
Chuka forest is the home to revered striped canines, the Tigers of Uttar Pradesh. Extending by the sides of Sharda Canal and Sharda Reservoir falling under the Mahof forest range along the India-Nepal border in the foothills of the Himalayas and the plains of the ‘Terai’ of Uttar Pradesh. An evergreen forest area that is..
Amidst the chilly setting in the state of U.P., waiting for you to bloom is the exciting jaunt to Lucknow. A place to rediscover the joy of nature in an unhurried, unfazed manner- Lucknow has its own small world charm. The beauty of the town is a constant reiteration which echoes in every nook and..
Just a few small raindrops bring cheer to the colder, shorter days of U.P.’s winter, and seen at Lucknow, they’re simply breathtaking! Ever wondered what the wildlife of the Lucknow Zoo is up to at this very moment? It’s now last February and as we embrace the cool breeze the wildlife is also settling up..