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As it is the mountains on the north Nepal that makes a buzz amongst the traveler, it is the Jungle safari, exotic national park and some endangered species on the south that attracts many tourists. The Jungle safari and wildlife tours are often compared to the contemptible version of the African safaris and no doubt it stands tall on the comparison.
The southern belt of Nepal which is known as Terai spreads out to 800 km in length and around 40 kilometers in width. This low and fertile land is home to some beautiful sub tropical forest, which currently is protected as the national parks and forest reserves. These forest reserves are home to some starkly beautiful creatures and some that to be extinct pretty soon.
The Jungle safari and wildlife tour includes elephant back riding, jeep tours, canoeing, walking and bird watching. These activities take you to the core of national parks where you will see wild animals living in their most natural habitat. Walking in the jungle following the trails of animal paws and canoeing on a small stream with huge crocodile basking at the banks will give you a sense of adventure but fear as well. Some of the must see animals before they become a chapter in books are the royal Bengal tiger, one horn rhinoceros, wild water buffalo, red panda, clouded leopard and many other animals, as well as birds and plants.
Along with the wildlife in the national park the communities or the villages which has been dwelling in the national park, is worth watching. The communities which have been dwelling in the national parks from long before they were announced national park have been the cornerstone of the Jungle safari. The lives of the people who live in the national parks revolve around it and are very rigid about keeping their age old culture. Their exemplary villages, their way of life and cultural dance are a part of Himalayas facts Jungle safari and wildlife tours.
Royal Chitwan National park and royal Bardiya national park are two biggest and the most striking national parks in Nepal, which offers a taste of exotic wildlife in Nepal.
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Camp, was set up mainly for bird watchers. The Camp is ideal for all nature lovers seeking peace within a glory of nature. Koshi Tappu wild life reserve has fixed a place itself as a birdwatchers’ paradise. The reserve spreads over Saptari and Sunsari district in eastern south of Nepal. defined by the eastern and western bank of Koshi River. The reserve has been re...Read more
Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve covers 305 sq km of Sal forest and grassland having large Swamp Deer group of Asia. This wildlife Reserve is a protected area in the Terai of the Far-Western Region, Kanchanpur district of Nepal. Shuklaphanta offers a variety of experiences with the diverse wildlife. Forests, rivers, lakes, and several large grasslands (phantas). Sal trees dominate the for...Read more
The Royal Bardia National Park, which spreads from the Karnali river in the west to the Babai river in the east, spreads over 968 sq. km and is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area in the Terai, providing excellent habitat for endangered species like rhinoceros, wild elephant, tiger , swamp deer , black buck, gharial crocodile, marsh mugger crocodile and the Gangetic dolphin....Read more
A trip to Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour in central Nepal promises you of a revitalizing experience as the wild and natural environment of the UNESCO World Heritage Site helps in soothing the everyday stress that you have to go through in the busy cities.Whether it is jungle safari, elephant riding or boating in lakes with ghariyals, the daredevil adventures will leave you absolutely satisfi...Read more
As it is the mountains on the north Nepal that makes a buzz amongst the traveler, it is the Jungle safari, exotic national park and some endangered species on the south that attracts many tourists. The Jungle safari and wildlife tours are often compared to the contemptible version of the African safaris and no doubt it stands tall on the comparison. The southern belt of Nepal which is...Read more