As the temperature in the country takes a dip during winter, the various national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of Uttar Pradesh unleash a wide range of attractions for the wildlife enthusiasts, allowing them to make the most of their surroundings. The chilly air in the state not only fascinates tourists to its diverse and vibrant..
Uttar Pradesh, the land of breath-taking natural wonders, actually has so much to offer to nature-loving travelers. From lush green foliage to mysterious caves, majestic ravines to lofty mountains, as well as perennial rivers to glorious waterfalls, this diversely beautiful state rewards its visitors with something unique.Home to a number of Wildlife Sanctuaries and..
Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is located in Pilibhit district, Lakhimpur Kheri District and Bahraich District of Uttar Pradesh. It lies along the India-Nepal border in the foothills of Himalayas. According to an estimate Pilibhit has over 800 km sq. forests constituting roughly 23% of the total area of the districts. The north-eastern boundary of the reserve..
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve covers an area of 495 sq. miles, located in the Bahraich and Lakhimpur Khiri districts of Uttar Pradesh. Dudhwa National Park, Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary combined together forms the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve. Under “Project Tiger”, it was declared a Tiger Reserve in 1987. On its Northern and Southern boundaries..
As the Ganga meanders into its famed S-bend, one can’t help but wonder at the slice of history rising up, majestic and forlorn, on its rocky bank. Many masters, kings, emperors have come and gone, but the Fort of Chunar still stands steadfast, the lonely sentinel of the mighty Ganga. Situated approx. 25 kms from..