Located at a distance of about 206 Km by Road which is about 7 kms from Nepal Border.Wildlife Protection Act 1972, and the U.P. Wildlife Protection Rules 1974,have been enforced in the District . The Sanctuary was established on 31st March 1976 and is made up of 6 Divisions. The Katerniaghat Forest provides strategic connectivity between tiger habitats of Dudhwa and Kishanpur in India and the Bardia National Park in Nepal.
Its fragile Terai ecosystem comprises a mosaic of Sal and Teak forests, lush grasslands, numerous swamps and wetlands. It is home to a number of endangered species including gharial, tiger, rhino, Gangetic dolphin, Swamp deer, Hispid hare, Bengal florican, the White-backed and Long-billed vultures.
|Vehicle||Seating Capacity||Full Day Tour|
|Indica||4 +1||RS. 3750/-|
|Indigo||4 +1||RS. 4250/-|
|Etios/Dzire||4 +1||RS. 4750/-|
|Maruti Ertiga||6 +1||RS. 5200/-|
|Toyota Innova||6 +1||RS. 5600/-|