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Jungle Safari in Nepal

A truly beautiful country Nepal offers ample opportunity of natural experiences of wildlife observation. Likewise this country also presents Jungle Safari in Nepal to different National parks. Again the forests in Terai region of Nepal is home to some of the rare wildlife habitat in South Asia. Accordingly Jungle Safari is practiced at various conservation areas in Nepal. Here the tourist can have typical wildlife experiences. For instance Terai region Chitwan National Park, Bardiya National Park, Parsa Wildlife Reseve and Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve are most popular for Jungle Safari among tourists. In addition the one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, Snow Leopard, Red Panda and musk deer are few of the natural wildlife attractions for foreign tourists in Nepal.

Specifically Chitwan National Park and Bardiya National Park offer elephant ride jungle safari experience for the wildlife lovers. Likewise there are hilly conservation areas where one can experience wildlife along with hiking and rock climbing as well. Additionally Jungle Safari also includes many more activities namely elephant safari, jeep safari, canoe ride and jungle walk also.

Chitwan Tour

Chitwan National Park is best known for its safari destination and richness in wilderness. Equally important is this National Park (932 sq km) is enlisted as Natural World Heritage site. The park covers unique ecosystem, containing hills, ox-bow lakes and flood plains. Besides the valley covers tropical and subtropical forests. Again it is dominated by Sal forest and has 50 species of grasses. Moreover well over 43 species of animals are found in the park which includes the endangered one-horned rhino, Royal Bengal Tigers, Gharial Crocodile, four horned antelope, striped hyena and the gangetic dolphin and 450 species of birds.

Royal Bardia National Park Tour

Royal Bardia National Park is the largest national park in lowland Terai region. It covers a total area of 968 and is situated in Western Terai region. Indeed it was established for the protection of representative ecosystems and conserving the habitat of tiger and its prey species. Subsequently an elephant ride provides a different view of the park as one can go off the main trail, morning and late afternoon is the ideal time to go on a ride. Also Karnali river is the suitable home for Gangetic dolphin. Royal Bardia National Park is located close to Nepalgunj City and easily accessible. Nepalgunj airport adjoining the park is just 45 min flight away.