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Chuka Beach

It is situated between Sharda dam and canal. It is a beautiful tourist destination with one bamboo hut, one tree house and four Thara huts. Best time to visit Chuka beach is between the month of October and April.

Jungle Safari

One such safari is Jungle safari. It can also be defined as a forest trail, except that instead of walking, hiking or trekking, you have also got the options of exploring the forest regions via a jeep or a elephant or even on a horse.

Bifurcation Point

It was built in about 1926.
Three canals from bifurcation
(1) Hardoi branch
(2) Kheri Branch
(3) Sharda Sea Feeder Channel, originates. There are head regulators of all three canals on it.

Siphon Canal Point

This is a system of two canals flowing one above the other. Lower most is the kharja canal which originates from Sharda sagar dam and upper one is Khiri branch originating from Bifurcation point.

Jhand Taal

This pool situated on the Mahof and Barahi range border was prepared for the Genda project. It was named Jhandtal because of the Jhad Jhankad.

Sunset Point

Sunset will be useful not only for people who like to gaze at the starlight sky, but also photographers, who can catch the most picturesque frame at the junction of night.

Sunrise Point

On our site you can always get up to date and detailed information about sunset time in Pilibhit. The exact time of sunrise will be useful not only for people who like to gaze at the sky, but also photographers, who can catch the most picturesque frame at the junction of day. Sometimes you just want to sit and watch the sunrise. It’s beautiful and easy to catch. This site can help you to do it. We do the most accurate calculations and provide the most relevant information.


fame in the district prepared with red clay One of the 14 bridges, Lalpul located in Chuka. Located on the main canal of Sharda, it was built in the British period.

Python Point

In the Red Data Book of CN, this giant snake python, which has been successfully shown in every habitat of Pilibhit Tiger Reserve, comes out along the path of the endangered wildlife
IU has been listed in the category, while the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972 has placed ISRO Schedule. It is easily visible due to sun being soaked in autumn. Its food includes small mammals,

Barahasinga Tal

The favorite marshy grass of reindeer grows in this pond. Due to which the herd of reindeer is often seen here.
The barasingha is a large deer with a shoulder height of 44 to 46 in (110 to 120 cm) and a head-to-body length of nearly 6 ft (180 cm). Its hair is rather woolly and yellowish brown above but paler below, with white spots along the spine. The throat, belly, inside of the thighs and beneath the tail is white. In summer the coat becomes bright rufous-brown. The neck is maned. Females are paler than males. Young are spotted.

Otter Point

Smooth-Coated Otter

Lutrogale persplcillata
The otters that depend on water habitats can be seen in the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve with its water sports attracting tourists. It mainly depends on fishes for food. Its presence in an aquatic area indicates that the availability of fish species is in a better condition. The Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972 is laid down in ISRO Schedule-II.

Crocodile Point

Crocodile is a skilled and powerful swimmer, which is found abundantly in every submerged parts of Pilibhit Tiger Reserve. It is usually easily visible from small water lakes to river estuaries. Its main habits include sunbathing on sandy land along the water in winter, it uses snakes, fish, turtles, birds, various types of small mammals, and dead carcasses in addition to various types of wildlife. Indian Wildlife (Conservation) ) Act 1972, it is placed in Schedule-I.

Birding point

Birds like Grenville, Lalkar, Neelkar, Agred, Kautilya grade come to enjoy the winter every year by covering a distance of over km at various water sources including Sharda Sagar Dam.

Kharja Canal Point

This canal Sharda Sagar Dam After leaving, go to Kheri branch located on Puranpur road.

Sapt Sarovar

It is a seven step waterfall
PCR given new name Sapt Sarovar
In the midst of the Salah and Teak trees in the Barahi forest area of ​​Pilibhit, the waterfall falls on the tail of the Jhumti Ithalati canal, the waterfall once seemed as if an ice pipe was flowing from an iceberg. Seeing that view, the then British ruler and Raje Rajwada and officers living with him were thrilled. Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is trying to develop seven Jhals in its own country like the Campati Fall for tourists.

Bhim Tal

In the forest the year Meadow and Big pond looks Beautiful combination
The beautiful assemblage of Grassland, wetland and woodland.
The Bhimtal lake is at a scenic spot with a small island at its centre on which there is a beautiful large aquarium which was previously a restaurant. Bhimtal affords splendid views and visual vistas of nature's beauty. Bhimtal is well connected by roads and is a perfect destination to visit in any month.