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Dasuya Forest Division in Hoshiarpur

Hoshiarpur is situated on terrains of Shivalik ranges and its excursions are filled with wonderful flora and fauna. In this series one of the best places of tourism is Dasuya Forest Division. Placed in the region of Dasuya, it is one of the outstanding green forests which draw lot of tourists. This place has been developed as eco tourism in Hoshiarpur along with conservation of bio-diversity. It carries many species of animals, trees, birds, reptiles, and other such creatures. Along with magnificent landscapes, it also carries beautiful water bodies.

Dasuya Forest Division in Hoshiarpur

Dasuya Forest division is covered under the region of Mukerian and Dasuya which is bordered by Jalandhar district and River Beas. It is the part of Shiwalik hills and its sub mountainous region.  Geographically it is covered with hill torrents and the choes (small rivulets) which garland the area of Dasuya Forest Division. These small creeks are seasonal and they drain themselves in the River Beas. The area of this forest is situated at the altitude ranging from 311 meters to 739 meters from sea level.

Flora and Fauna in Dasuya Forest Division in Hoshiarpur

In Dasuya Forest Division, dry deciduous forest is found in the major part of landscape. The main trees found in the area of this forest are Khair, Simal, Amla, Mango, Chil, Rajain and Kembal. These trees are prominently found in the region of Dasuya forest division which has high intrinsic value in species of flora. Alongside, there are some other significant species of trees found, which include Tun, Palahi, Neem, Kinu, Amaltas, Kangu, Dhak, Wan, Beri, Dhaman, Kachnar, and Chall. Other than these wonderful trees, Dasuya Forest Division also carries bamboos and shrubs. The variety of shrubs included in this forest is Panch Phully, Kuri, Dhavi, Garna, Mehndar, Kaner, Gandha, Basuti, Satyanashi, Ak, Bhang, and etc.

Dasuya Forest Division in Hoshiarpur

The nature enthusiast travelers have lots to see in this area and people across state and nation come here to enjoy tranquil ambiance which is full of natural sightseeing. The forest carries such a variety of natural flora that no one can resist themselves to come at this area for tourism. They are able to see the varieties of climbers, such as Taur, Giloe, and Daghiari. The Dasuya forest division is main producer of katha and fire wood. Baggar grass found in this region is used for making ropes and paper pulp. Fauna found in this reserve is comprised of Blue bull, Jackal, Sambhar, Common Mongoose, Indian Porcupine, Rhesus Monkey, Wild Boar, and other such wild creatures.

Eco Tourism in Dasuya Forest Division

Flora in Dasuya Forest Division in Hoshiarpur

With initiative of Government, this place is now flourishing into eco tourism of this area. The natural habitat along with rich flora and fauna make it perfect place for wild life safaris. Promotion as eco tourism makes Dasuya Forest Division a prominent place of tourism in Hoshiarpur.

Many locals as well as travelers approach this place to enjoy various activities. Boating and fishing is common on water bodies while camping and trekking is highly enjoyable in hilly terrains of Dasuya Forest. The approach road is quite good and tourists are able to reach here with comfort.

How to reach Dasuya Forest Division

How to reach Dasuya Forest Division in HoshiarpurIt is one hour journey from Hoshiarpur main city and people can take private taxis or cab to arrive in the Dasuya Forest Division. Even bus is also available for reaching, but having own car or taxis is the best thing to reach there.

There is no other way of moving in to this place. For exploring sites into the forest, jeeps and animal safaris are available according to season and availability.

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