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| Last Updated:: 18/11/2019

Dudhwa reopens for tourists







The dudhwa National Park (DNP) reopened for tourists on Friday (15/11/2019), which marked the onset of the tourist season. The season will come to a close on June 15, ahead of the rainy season.


The park authorities said all amenities have been put in place for visitors.


The official said tourists would be asked to strictly adhere to the rules of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve so as to avoid any inconvenience.


Located on the India-Nepal border, Dudhwa National Park is the natural habitat of Royal Bengal tigers, swamp deer, one-horned rhinos, wild elephants, bears and several other species.





Source: The New Indian Express, 18 November 2019, Chennai.