Settling plans for new tour packages, the Uttar Pradesh Tourism Department has brought good news for travellers who are fond of nature and the environment. As stated by reports, the division has collaborated with the UP Forest Department to execute tour schedules from Lucknow to Dudhwa, Lakhimpur Kheri. The move comes as a gift for all wildlife enthusiasts wishing for a trip to the scenic Dudhwa Tiger Reserve.

Reservations to be made through department's ecotourism portal

While tourists find it strenuous to chalk out itineraries for such spots located in remote areas, the latest tour packages shall facilitate a comfortable journey to Dudhwa for them. According to reports, the first group of visitors shall undertake the journey soon, though the inaugural date isn't decided yet.

Reportedly, tour operators registered with the tourism department have planned to provide taxi services along the route from Lucknow. Taking the reservation process online, the department will allow bookings on its ecotourism portal. After the process is complete, a message will be received on the registered mobile number. The reports also say that the tourists will have to bear no additional charges during the trip.

All necessary amenities covered in the 2 proposed itineraries

According to the current proposals, travellers would be picked from their residences by the tourist vehicles. If they live outside the city boundaries, an extra fee per km shall be levied.

Reportedly, the tour package stretching over 2 days and 1 night shall comprise of room rent, lunch, dinner, jungle safari, tea or coffee, fruit and sanitiser. The department is also offering another 2-night 3-day package, that will include an additional jungle safari. Providing basic amenities of food and water to the tourists while en route, the package shall take care of all the necessary requirements of the tourists.

Dudhwa, a haven for wildlife & photography buffs

Situated on the adjoining boundaries of Nepal and India, Dudhwa Tiger Reserve attracts hordes of visitors every year. Sprawling over an expanse of 1,284 sq km, it houses Dudhwa National Park, Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary. Home to myriad kinds of exquisite wildlife, the fertile plains intersected by a number of rivers, are a magnetic hub of attractions. So if you want to take on this experience in the best possible way, all you've to do is trudge through the itinerary, meticulously planned by the UP's tourism department.

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