Dudhwa National Park is all set to reopen on November 15 along with new updates and offerings. The national park spans across 490 sq km along the Indo-Nepal border in Lakhimpur Kheri, the park has not only lowered its service fees but is also introducing a helicopter service to enhance accessibility for tourists.
Meanwhile, a significant development in this aspect is the launch of a helicopter service that will connect Lucknow to Dudhwa, Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary, and Chuka Tiger Reserve. Lalit Verma further explained that the nearest helipad to Dudhwa is approximately 7 km away, and it will take around 20 min to reach Dudhwa from there.
The helicopter service will be operating under the guidance of the civil aviation department, and that the service will commence at a reasonable price.
Besides the helicopter service, several additional initiatives have been planned to enrich the visitor experience at Dudhwa National Park.
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