Pilibhit Tiger Reserve

Category Natural / Scenic beauty

The Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is situated in the Pilibhit district and Shahjahanpur District of Uttar Pradesh, forming part of the Terai Arc Landscape, in the upper Gangetic Plain Biogeographic Province. Some river originating from the reserve, which is also the catchment of several others like Sharda, Chuka and Mala, Khannot. The habitat is characterized by Saal Forests, tall grasslands and swamp maintained by periodic flooding from rivers. The Sharda Sagar Dam extending up to a length of 22 km (14 mi) is on the boundary of the reserve. It lies along the India-Nepal border in the foothills of the Himalayas and the plains of the Terai in Uttar Pradesh. It is part of the Terai Arc Landscape. It is one of India’s 51 Project Tiger Tiger reserves.


  • Chuka beach
  • Jungle Safari
  • Bifurcation
  • Siphon Canal
  • Sapt Sarover
  • Kharja Canal
  • Laal Pul
  • Sunrise Point
  • Sunset Point
  • Python Point
  • Crocodile Point
  • Otter Point
  • Birding Point (Jhand Taal)
  • Barahasingha Taal
  • Bhim Taal
  • Nature Interpretation Center, Mahof

Jungle Safari Timing

Winter : (Nov 1 to March31)
  • 6.30 am to 10.00 am
  • 2.30 pm to Sunset
Summer : (April 1 to June15)
  • 6.00 am to 9.30 am
  • 3.30 pm to  Sunset

Booking points for Jungle Safari:-

  •  Nehru Urja Udyan, Pilibhit
  • Assam Chauraha, Pilibhit
  • Sahid Surendra Singh Park, Puranpur
  • Mustfabad Gate
  • Mahof Gate

Booking Portal | TariffOfficial Website

Photo Gallery

  • Sun Rise in Tiger Reserve
  • Chooka Beach
  • Thaaru Hut at Chooka Beach

How to Reach:

By Air

Nearesr Airport is Lucknow which has direct flight to all major cities of India.

By Road

1- From Lucknow via Sitapur, Shahjahanpur, Bareilly, Pilibhit 2- From New Delhi via Muradabad, Bareilly, Pilibhit