Valmiki National Park, Bettiah Overview

The Valmiki National Park, Tiger Reserve, and Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the largest stretch of grassland in the country.  The Park is located in the West Champaran District in Bihar that straddles the India-Nepal border in North-East India. The National Park is located on the banks of the picturesque River Gandak.

The Valmiki National Park is the only National Park in Bihar, but one of the most famous national parks in the country, home to a massive population of animals, birds, plants, and reptiles. You can discover 7 different types of landscapes in this National Park, including dense forests, swampland, rivers, valleys, and much more. It has thrived and existed since its establishment in 1990.

Bettiah, Bihar 84510 

Area Covered:
880 sq. km

Present Wildlife found:
- The Valmiki National Park is home to one of the largest populations of tigers in the country.
- Some of the other animals that have found shelter in this park include deer, wild cats, monkeys, flying fox bats, one-horned rhinos, hyenas, clouded leopards, sambhars and much more.
- There are several watchtowers placed strategically throughout the natural reserve to let you observe these beautiful animals in their natural habitat.
- Another exciting way to interact with the thriving wildlife at the Valmiki National Park is by signing up for an open-air jeep safari.
- A guide can take you into the right areas to show you some of the most beautiful animals that have made the park their home.

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