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which is very popular to observe Not only offer glorious mountain trekking and raging river rafting, but it also has a fine selection of pristine national parks. Nepal offers you the chance to enter the jungle and view some of the rarest and most endangered wildlife on earth. A Jungle Safari in Nepal can be a very exciting experience. It is possible for any visitor to stay in these parks and take part in an organized jungle safari and activity program. It’s a great way to relax after a trek and soak up the jungle environment, bring your kids along and have the family holiday of a life time. In the jungle you can experience, elephant back safaris, bush walking, bird watching, canoeing, recreation activities and cultural programs, depending on which park you choose to go to.

Nepal Jungle Safari You can trek into the jungle by foot with an experienced tracker, by elephant back, by dugout canoe or by jeep. A safari in Nepal is a fun filled package ideal for anyone. The national parks offer a range of accommodations form lush resorts to basic tent style. The resorts make a package for you that included everything from you sleeping arrangements to meals to days full of activity. Means Nature walk or Jungle walk overlooking or observing the enthralling beauty of Jungle vicinity.  Actuality jungle walks bestows close-up chance to analysis different categories of animals as well observe their track, sign and sounds. The most gripping and attention- grabbing program offered by Nepal not found elsewhere in the world is regard as jungle safari. In Nepal you will discover the ideal situation of viewing the jungle scenery, birds and animals and the indigenous local people, their colorful tradition, unique dress and languages.
Nepal has nine National Parks, four Wildlife Reserves and three Conservation Area About 15,000 square kilometers amounting to almost 18 percent of the total area is protected. This is an amazing commitment to conservation. The Terai lowlands are defined by a belt of well-watered floodplains stretching from the Indian border northward to the first slopes of the Bhabhar and the Siwalik Range. This is the richest habitat in the land with tall grasslands interspersed with riverine and hardwood Sal Forest. Here one can see wildlife such as the swamp deer, musk deer, black buck, blue bull, the Royal Bengal Tiger, gharial and marsh mugger crocodile and the last of a breed of Asiatic wild buffalo. Parks and Reserves are also rich in bird species with a variety of babbles and orioles, koels and drongos, peacocks and floricans, and a multitude of wintering wildfowl.

The Tiger was staying near by Forest in Nepal

Chitwan National Park Safari

Chitwan National Park is the first established (in 1973) nation park of Nepal which is called as a Royal Chitwan National Park. It covers an area of 932 km2 (360 sq m), lies at the subtropical inner Terai lands of South-Central part of Nepal in Chitwan District. It ranges from with an altitude of 100m (330ft) to the river valleys 815m (2,674ft) in the Churia Hills and it was listed in World Heritage side in 1984.

The Birds can found Jungle Safari in Nepal

Bardiya National Park Safari

Bardiya National Park is a conserved area of Nepal which was entrenched in 1988 as Royal Bardia National Park. It extends with an area of 968 km2 (374 sq m), one of the largest and most unruffled wilderness areas of Nepal that lies in Terai area, abutting Eastern Bank of the Karnali River in the Bardiya District.

Koshi Tappu - Jungle Safari in Nepal

Koshi Tappu wild life Safari

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is preserve area that lies in the eastern Nepal with an area of 175 km2 (68sq m) of wetlands in the Sunsari, Saptari and Udayapur District. It is ranges from with an altitude of 75 to 81 m (246 to 266 ft) and compose of vast mudflats, reed beds and freshwater Marshes in the floodplain of the Sapta Koshi River.  It was established in 1976 that is designated as a Ramsar site in 1987.