Wildlife Adventure at Pilibhit Tiger Reserve

 Pilibhit Tiger Reserve

Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is situated in Pilibhit area, Lakhimpur Kheri District and Bacharach District of Uttar Pradesh in India. 
It is one of India’s 41 project Tiger. It can be found along the India-Nepal boundary in the foothills of the Himalayas and the flatlands of the ‘terai’ in Uttar Pradesh.

This is one of the few well-wooded regions in Uttar Pradesh. According to an calculate of season 2004, Pilibhit area has over 310 sq mi jungles, making up approximately 23% of the district’s complete place. Forests in Pilibhit have at least 36 Tigers and a good feed platform for their survival.


The Dudhwa Tiger are allocated in one significant and three more compact communities. Major inhabitants are constituted by Dudhwa reserves such as Kishenpur and Katarniaghat wildlife sanctuaries, Pilibhit jungles and southern and northern Kheri jungles. Smaller tiger communities exist in Bijnor jungles in western and Suhelwa and Sohagibarwa wildlife sanctuaries in eastern.
Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is home to a huge variety of unusual and confronted varieties, such as Bengal tiger, Indian leopard, deer, hispid hare and Bengal tiger.wildlifetourisms.blogspot.in

According to a research by Wildlife Institution of India (WII), the Dudhwa-Pilibhit Tiger Reserve inhabitants has high preservation value since it is the only inhabitants having the environmental and behavioral modifications of the tiger exclusive to the Tarai area.

Best Time to visit-The best time to check in Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is between September and mid-June. The Source place continues to start to the community from Sept to July, but by July it’s usually a little too hot for convenience. 

In rain, also, the elements can damage your journey, so this season is better to prevent. Make sure to take your woolens along if you’re going between Dec and Feb — it can get fairly cold here, but then you see a lot of wildlife due to the fresh lawn in the foothills of the Terai.

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