The Palain and the Mandal are the perennial streams of the sanctuary. Historically, it was carved out of Kalagarh Forest Division.
It was brought under the umbrella of Project Tiger and became a part of the Corbett Tiger Reserve in 1991 and also a part of Project Elephant. There are no villages inside the sanctuary. The forests of Pakhro are remarkable for dense sal and rich bamboo clusters besides other species and is teeming with wildlife. Pakhro range is located in Pakhro Wildlife Sanctuary which is a part of Corbett National Park. Developed as a natural habitat of wildlife animals and birds, Pakhro range is blessed with amazing beauty of flora and fauna. Situated in the north of Pakhro river, this zone is favorite place for Asiatic Elephant along with tiger, cheetal, sambhar, leopard and reptiles. Visitors can also enjoy over 550 of birds in their natural habitat.
Accommodation type in Pakhro
Halduparao, the only FRH in the Pakhro Sanctuary and can be accessed from the Vatanvasa gate.
Food & Other Services
The compound has its own Kitchen.
Pakhro Forest rest house
Halduparao FRH (2 rooms)
Kitchen - Yes
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