Jungle safari in Nepal
Nepal is a unique and diverse destination in world. Nepal is popular as mountaineering destination in the world initially but Nepal is geographically rich. It has highest mountain in world to lowest point Kechana Kalan, 70 meters above sea level. Nepal has good proximity with Indian culture and adoption. Low land terrain of Nepal is opulent for sundry reasons. Among them, Jungle safari in evergreen forest is most adventurous and most exhilarating holiday to the naturalist as well as wild life doter.
Jungle Activities here includes roaming into jungle on elephant back or four wheel drive to view wild animals like Royal Bengal Tiger, One horned Rhinos, etc. You can withal relish clean water canoeing inside jungle. You can visually perceive many aquatic animals’ mainly crocodiles. Bird watching, Nature walk and village tours and excursion near the lodge will be genuinely exhilarating and meeting with local people will be fabulous to the peregrinator.
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park, an oldest national park in Nepal (1973) and granted the status of a World Heritage Site. You can seen Royal Bengal tiger closely while jeep driving. One Horned Rhinos as well as many wild animals, plant and aquatics animals is seen in inside national park. Tiger Tracking, Bird watching, Research inside national park are other attractions of Chitwan National Park.
Bardiya National Park
Bardiya National Park is the most largenational park lying in the Terai region and has excellent wildlife-watching opportunities to the doters . This National Park is popular as authentic safari destination of Nepal. Furthermore, there are large no of rhinos as well as tigers among the 30 species of mammals living. Bardiya additionally has more than 250 species of birds, including the imperilled Bengal florican and Sarus crane. Gharial and Marsh Mugger crocodiles and Gangetic Dolphins are seen on rafting and canoe trips. Hence, it is popular among bird watchers.
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
Suklaphata Wildlife Reserve
Suklaphata Wildlife Reserve lies in the south-west corner of Nepal in the plain of the Mahakali River. It covers 115 square km of open grassland, Sal forest and other mixed deciduous forest. Furthermore, the grassland is the habitat of different deer and making it an ideal habitat for the reserve’s for tigers. Similarly, wild elephants, different wild animals and numbers of migratory and residential birds is seen here. Hence, the reserve is popular as best game viewing areas in Nepal.
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