The Dudhwa National Park was home to hunter turned conservationist Billy Arjan Singh. This park is home to 500 species of birds, and 38 types of mammals. Take an elephant safari from the park’s main gate through the jungle, crunching along sal trees, thick undergrowth, and tall grass, to spot the Indian one-horned rhino. This was brought to Dudhwa under the Rhino Rehabilitation Project in 1984. Don’t miss seeing the endangered Barasingha or swamp deer with twelve pronged antlers.
About the Activity
The Elephant Safari Dudhwa will be very easy for the travelers to visit the whole national park with the help of elephant ride. At very affordable rates, you can book the elephant ride and drive through the forest and visit the entire place to visit with a simple manner. Therefore, it is very useful for travelers to hire for the elephant safari and feel excitement forever. Moreover, there are many elephants are available which will render for best safari to visit and make you travel in the whole national park to reach without any ease.
Elephant Safari Dudhwa is the top class way of enjoying all the scenic valley, vast grassland and rugged trek. Each of the elephants is trained in the appropriate manner to have a safe journey so that it will be more comfortable for you to enjoy all the facilities in the best manner.
- Elephant Safari
Elephant rides through the Park are offered and the mahouts or Elephant drivers act as guides.
Things To Carry
- Comfortable clothes
- Comfortable footwear
- Medicines Kit
- Sturdy and waterproof backpack
- Do not throw plastic, paper or eatables in the park area. Tampering with wildlife is strictly prohibited inside the park premises; this can invite unwanted as well as unknown problems.
- Photographers are instructed not to interfere with or otherwise disturb the park’s fauna and flora.
- Carrying jewelry or other valuables to the campsite is not advisable.
- No smoking or consumption of alcohol at the premises is allowed.
- This activity can be availed as a private.