Valmiki Tiger Reserve

The Royal Chitwan National Park in Nepal borders the northern side and the river Gandak the western side. Rhinos have been known to migrate into the reserve across the border. The forests of this

Valmiki was established as the 18th tiger reserve in 1990 in the forests Of West Champaran in Bihar. The total area is 840 sq.kms and 335.6 sq.km forms the core area of this tiger reserve.
areainclude, natural Sal forests, moist mixed deciduous forests Khair-sissoo forests, Cane, eastern wet alluvial grasslands and swamps containing reed beds.

Air

Patna Airport (Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport)
285 kilometres; 6.31 hours

Rail

Narkatiaganj Junction
78 kilometers; 2.14 hours

Road

Patna - Bettiah - Bagha - Valmikinagar

Bus

Valmikinagar Bus Stop

Dr Samir Kumar Sinha, Head of the Species Recovery Division at Wildlife Trust of India

 

All the images on this page are dully contributed by Dr. Samir K Sinha/WTI

Dr Samir K Sinha

Wildlife Trust of India

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