Wildlife safari tours in Nepal

Nepal is one of the richest countries in terms of Biodiversity, which makes it a hub for eco-tourism there for we have a few different wildlife safari tours in Nepal. Nepal has occupied 19.7% of the total land with nine different National Parks, six conservation areas, three wildlife Reserves, and one hunting reserve. The wildlife safari tour takes you to the well-known parks and areas of Nepal. So these two national park /two wildlife reserve and hunting reserve is the most famous national park for wildlife reserve and Hunting reserve in Nepal.

Chitwan National park -is one of the largest economic resources and the subtropical southern part of Nepal. Here have found 68 species of animals, the bird’s 544 species, 56 species of herpetic fauna, and 126 types of fish are recorded in this national park. Particularly the Nation Park has given protection for fauna like – one-horned Rhinos, Royal Bengal tiger, and Gharial Crocodiles. This nature site has been listed as a world heritage site since 1984 Ad to (UNESCO). This total registered area of 932sq km is covered by forests, grasslands, and wetlands and a large number of Animal inhabitants, known as very popular national parks for observing wildlife in Asia.

Royal Bardia National park in Nepal  –its greatest unspoiled conservation and home-based threatened zone in the southwest of Nepal, founded in 1988 as Royal Bardia National park.  The area of this national park has been covered 968km. sq. And it is the largest national park and wilderness area In Nepal’s Terai region. The park is such heaven with lush greenery with fauna like –the Royal Bengal Tiger, one-horned Rhino, and many different varieties of Birds. 

Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve in Nepal - its preserved zone lies in the Tarai region, of eastern Nepal.  The Reserve of a total area of 176 sq. km, Swampland over three different districts, Sunsari, Saptari, and Udayapur. Has included widespread mudflats and freshwater marshes in the valley of the Saptakoshi river has been established in 1976.  A large area of animals inhabiting the protected 200 species of fish have been recorded, 2 toad species, 9 frog species, 6 lizard species, 5 snake species, and 2 Gharial and Mugger crocodiles are found.

Shuklapanta Wildlife Reserve in Nepal - the endangered area of the far western region of Nepal. Inserted against the Indian border, this national park has covered 305sqkm. Sal trek forest and Phantasm along the banks of the Bahini River are full of grassland, forest riverbeds, and tropical wetlands.  Which is also the smallest National park in Nepal. The park is especially known as originally a hunting reserve in 1969 and then, later on, changed to a wildlife reserve in 1976. Last, in 2017, it changed again into a national park. Here we found 2000 swamp deer living in the Reserve. Spotted deer or chital, hog deer, blue bull, Nilgai, wild boar, Tiger, leopard, Sloth Bear, wild Elephants, and Hispid hare have been recorded in Sukla Phanta.