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Royal Bardia National Park

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Royal Bardia National Park is located in Bardiya District on the Terai floodplains of Nepal. Royal Bardia National Park was established in 1988 and covers an area of 968 square kilometer. It is one of the largest national park in area in Nepal.
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Royal Bardia National Park is located in Bardiya District on the Terai floodplains of Nepal. Royal Bardia National Park was established in 1988 and covers an area of 968 square kilometer. It is one of the largest national park in area in Nepal. 70% of  the park area is covered with forest land, grassland, savannah as well as riverine forests. Royal Bardia National Park is widely popular for the tiger. As the Tiger Conservation Unit is formed together with Banke National Park. The park is highly suitable habitat for 642 species of fauna including 53 mammals, 407 species of birds. Along with this, in the Karnali-Babai river system and abundant ox-bow lakes, you can find 125 species of fishes, 23 reptiles and more amphibian species.

The jungle safari in Royal Bardia National Park can be done through the Elephant ride, Jeep ride, as well as on foot. During your ride you can see the rhinoceros, wild elephant, Bengal tiger, swamp deer, Bengal florican, white-rumped vulture, peafowl, bar-headed geese, mugger crocodiles, gharials and Gangetic dolphin. Various migratory birds also can be sighted in the park. This park provides an excellent site to experience the wilderness of nature. More than this, the jungle package includes canoe ride, bird watching, jungle walk, visit to the local village, cultural program and more other exciting things to do.

Adventure Land Nepal Pvt. Ltd. provides you the information as possible about Royal Bardia National Park as well as other Jungle Safaris in Nepal. If this itinerary does not suit you, we design another itinerary as per your desire and duration of holidays. If you need more information about Royal Bardia National Park feel free to contact us.

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Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

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Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve lies on the floodplains of Sapta Koshi River in eastern Nepal.
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Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve lies on the floodplains of Sapta Koshi River in eastern Nepal. KoshiTappu Wildlife Reserve was established in 1996 with a prime objective to protect the wild water buffalos (arna) and other wildlife species of this region.It was later included as a Ramsar Site in 1987. The reserve is extended to an area of 175 sq. km. Beside wild buffalos KoshiTappu Wildlife Reserve is widely popular as the finest site for bird watching. The vast areas of wetland,barrages,marshes, lagoons, mudflats, river channels create a suitable sanctuary for various birds as well as other faunal species. More than 450 species of birds are available in this region. Every year around November to February large flock of migratory birds move from Siberia and Tibet to this area. This is the perfect time for bird watching. Walking on foot, sightseeing, photography is widely popular here.On a clear day the surrounding scenery is highly spectacular with a rewarding view of Makalu I (8,463 m), the fifth highest mountain in the world.

Adventure Land Nepal Tours and Travels (P.). Ltd arranges the entire tours packages in Nepal including jungle safari in Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. We can set up the itinerary and customize the packages on your demand and interest. Please feel free to contact us for further information.

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Chitwan National Park

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Chitwan National Park is located in the southern Terai plains of Nepal. Chitwan National Park covers an area of 932 km2 (360 sq. mi) and was formally established in 1973. And it was further enlisted as a World Heritage Site in 1984.
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Chitwan National Park is located in the southern Terai plains of Nepal. Chitwan National Park covers an area of 932 km2 (360 sq. mi) and was formally established in 1973. And it was further enlisted as a World Heritage Site in 1984.

Chitwan National Park is naturally rich area with abundant lush Sal forests, tall elephant grasslands, hills, ox-box lakes and also it contains a Ramsar Site – Beeshazari Tal in its buffer zone. The park area varies within an altitude of 492 feet (150m) to 2673 feet (815m). This region is home to the 700 species of wildlife, 43 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 17 other species of reptiles and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. Whereas species of butterflies is not yet surveyed. Endangered species like One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile are the main attractions of the Chitwan National Park. Gharial crocodiles, marsh muggers, variety of fishes and Gangetic dolphin are found in Rapti River. Canoeing is highly popular in Rapti River. Jungle safaris on elephant backs or jeeps, bird watching, canoe rides and jungle walks are highly popular activities that you enjoy here. Lying above the 150m above the sea level, Chitwan has a tropical monsoon climate with high humidity all through the year.This park is preferable all around the year to be visited while Feb-May is the best season for game-viewing. Tharu village’s tour can provide an additional enjoyment for the Chitwan Tour.

Adventure Land Nepal Pvt. Ltd. provides you the information as possible about Chitwan National Park as well as various jungle safaris in Nepal. If this itinerary does not suit you, we design another itinerary as per your desire and duration of holidays. If you need more information about Chitwan National Park feel free to contact us.

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Shukaphanta Wildlife Reserve

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Shukaphanta Wildlife Reserve is the largest national park in Nepal. The reserve stretches within an area of 305 sq.km in Dolpa and Mugu District. This park lies on the Terai land on far western region of Nepal.
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Shukaphanta Wildlife Reserve is the largest national park in Nepal. The reserve stretches within an area of 305 sq.km in Dolpa and Mugu District. This park lies on the Terai land on far western region of Nepal. Shukaphanta Wildlife Reserve was established in 1976.

Two third of the reserve area is covered with sub-tropical forests and one third by grassland. The 54 sq.km area of grassland here is the largest one in the country. Along with this, the wetlands, river beds, lakes, ponds is a sanctuary for wide range of faunal species. The reserve highly protects various threatened animals including high-speed hare, pygmy hog, Snow leopard, Bengal tigers, rhinos, crocodiles, wild elephants and swamp deer. The sanctuary is home to 268 species of bird, six species of mammal. Nepal’s largest breeding population of Bengal floricans and hispid hare is found in Shukaphanta Wildlife Reserve. The swamp deer in the reserve’s grasslands is the largest in the world. The undisturbed lush jungles of Shukaphanta Wildlife Reserve is perfect for the Jungle Safari. This is a great opportunity for all those wildlife enthusiasts. You can explore the wilderness of this reserve in three different ways- on the back of the elephant, in the jeep, as well as the on foot. You can observe various migratory birds from October to March which is the best season to explore this reserve. The jungle trip to Suklaphanta wild life reserve begins either with the flight to Dhangadi or drive to Kanchanpur from Kathmandu.

Adventure Land Nepal Tours and Travels (P.). Ltd arranges the entire tours packages in Nepal including jungle safari in Shukaphanta Wildlife Reserve. We can set up the itinerary and customize the packages on your demand and interest. Please feel free to contact us for further information.

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