Amangarh Tiger Reserve, Bijnor

Amangarh is one of the most prestigious important, beautiful and richest wilderness areas in district Bijnor of Uttar Pradesh. Spreading over an area of 9500 Ha (95 Sq.Kms) with a combination of grasslands, wetlands and dense forest.

It has been declared as buffer area of Corbett Tiger Reserve to be known as the Amangarh Tiger Reserve, so lying adjacent to Corbett Tiger Reserve is now a corridor to Asiatic Elephant, Tiger and much other wild life.

The robust Asiatic Elephant and the roaring Tiger among the wild animals are the star attractions of this area. The Cheetal, Sambhar, Kakar, Leopard, Bear, Porcupine. Wild Boar, Jackal, Jungle cat etc., and the avifauna including Spangled Drongo, Golden Backed Wood Pecker, Jungle owlet, Red jungle fowl, grey horn bill and hornbill make this area a prestigious natural heritage.

Wild Life

Tiger, Elephant, Swamp deer, Sambar, Cheetal, Hog deer, Kakar, Langur, Sloth bear, Porcupine, Otter, Monitor lizard, Turtles, Python,Gangetic Dolphin, Mugger, Gharial etc. Birds include Hornbill, Red Jungle Fowl, Pea fowl, Bengal Florican, Fishing eagle, Serpent eagle, Osprey, Woodpeckers, Shama, Indian Pitta, Paradise flycatcher, Orioles, Emerald dove etc. During winter the vast and varied water bodies attract a large variety of migratory birds making the reserve a favourite haunt of bird watchers.


Swiss Cottages - 10 Nos. (Under Construction).

Online Booking

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How to Get There

By Road-
  • Luckuow > Bareilly > Moradabad > Kashipur > Jaspur > Amangarh.
  • Delhi > Meerut > Bijnor > Dhampur > Afjalgarh > Badigarh > Kehripur > Amangarh (250 Km.)
By Air-
  • Nearest Airport is Dehradun and Lucknow which has direct flight to all major cities of India


  • Wildlife Safari
  • Water Reservoir
  • Boating
  • Photography Adventure
  • Bird Watching
  • Nature Trail

Ideal Time to Visit

15th November to 15th June.