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Location : Uttar Pradesh
Capital City : Lucknow
Other Attractions : The Ghats, Taj Mahal, Imambara - Lucknow and Agra Fort
Best time for Trip : October to March
Katerniaghat Wild Life Sanctuary is located in the Bahraich district on the Indo-Nepal border in the Terai area. The sanctuary covers the area of around 400 sq kms and was established in 1976. It is situated in the Bahraich district on Indo-Nepal border in the Terai area.
The wildlife population of the sanctuary includes Tiger, Swamp deer, Leopard, blackbuck, barking deer, chital. Nilgai, sambar, wild boar and sloth bear. There are different species of migratory and local birds living in the park. In the Girwa River and its tributaries, crocodile and alligators can be found. The vegetation of the sanctuary includes saal, sheesham, asna, banyan, bel kusum, khair, munj and kaus.
The main attractions of the state are Agra, Taj Mahal, Imambara, The Ghats and many others. The best time one can see the animals and birds in the Sanctuary or the National park is from October to March.
The Natural Inhabitants :
Katerniaghat Wild Life Sanctuary is popular for its wildlife population which includes leopards, deer, tigers, bear, parlias, jackals, langoors, cheetals and monkeys. The local and migratory birds can also be seen in the park.
There are only few options to stay for the tourists. Forest Rest houses which is in Nishangara, Katerniaghat, Nurtiha and Dharamapur is available for tourists which have some basic facilities. There are also some other lodges and hotel which have some good facilities and located nearby the city.