Nepal is famous for adventure wildlife safari tour. The heavily forested Terai region lies towards the southern belt of Nepal. Here lie two national parks: Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park. The Sub-tropical jungles with their tall grasses, lakes and rivers, are teeming with a great variety of rare and colourful wildlife and vegetation. Tour by jeep, boat, or elephant back to witness the highly endangered Bengal Tiger, come close to the rhinoceros, prehistoric crocodile, and interact with many more species of mammals, birds, insects and reptiles, all in their natural environment. With over 200 species of birds, the Bardia National Park offers bird watchers an amazing experience. You can also encounter some of the culture of the fascinating Tharu tribes who live in the areas surrounding the Chitwan National Park.
National Parks located specially in the Terai region in Nepal attract visitors from all over the world. A visit to these parks involves game stalking by a variety of means - foot, dugout canoe, jeep, and elephant back.
One is bound to sight a one-horned rhino or two at every elephant safari. Besides the rhinos, wild boars, samburs, spotted deer, sloth bear; four-horned antelope are also usually seen. A Royal Bengal tiger may surprise you by his majestic appearance. Nature walk or jungle walk is another way of experiencing the wilderness. In fact, jungle walk gives close-up opportunities to view animals as well as observe their tracks, signs, and sounds. Early mourning and late-afternoon walk is the best to avoid midday heat.
For a country known for its beautiful mountains, the Gangetic flat lands of the Terai that stretches through out the southern part of Nepal provides a wholly different experience. A visit to Nepal remains incomplete without seeing the beauty of the Terai and Chitwan is the best place to go. The Chitwan National Park, established in 1973, provides a great wildlife experience with its rich flora and fauna..... Read More
Royal Bardia National Park is the largest park in the lowland Terai covering an area of 968 sq. km. The park situated in Nepal’s Western Terai was established to protect representative ecosystems and conserve tiger and its prey species. Initially, a small area was gazetted as the Royal Karnali Wildlife Reserve in 1976. When this area was protected, approximately 1500 people of the Babai valley were resettled outside .. Read More
It lies on the flood plains of the Sapta-Koshi in Saptari and Sunsari Districts of Eastern Nepal . Rapid and complete inundation of the reserve to depths ranging from 10 to 300cm occurs during the monsoon. The reserve offers important habitat for a variety of wildlife. The last surviving population (about 100 individuals) of wild buffalo or Arna are found here including other mammals.... Read More