Your Guide to a Wildlife Jungle Safari in Nepal
- March 18, 2017
- Posted by: marlenedubois
- Category: Home Health Aide Training
Nepal’s Amazing Ecosystem nurtures some of the most unique as well as rare species of Nature. The Terai region of Nepal which is usually a warm sub-tropical belt of the country is usually home to species like Royal Bengal tigers, rhinos, leopard’s wild elephants, sloth bears, monkeys, crocodiles, as well as many deer species to Plus of which has about 250 species of exotic birds both migratory as well as native.
The Terai region hosts the two main national parks aka Royal Chitwan as well as Bardia in Nepal. Both the above wildlife parks were established as part of the green eco conservation Policy of the Govt of Nepal in order to safeguard the animals falling under the endangered species categories as well as to protect the habitat they are part of. The National Parks are the most sought after places in Asia to which gives one a complete jungle experience.
Most of the Govt authorised tour operators offer trips of which is usually inclusive of things like jungle activities & accommodation facilities along with transportation to as well as through the parks.
The Chitwan National Park
The Chitwan National Park has six main jungle resorts spread across its vast radius. These quiet resorts are the ideal place to enjoy the true safari experience of the Terai.
There are many jungle activities of which one can take up through going on Nature walks to Bird watching etc which are one of the many ways of being part of the wild Nature while staying from the jungle. The resorts have separate cottage accommodations with attached bath or If one wants to hold the “Indiana Jones” experience then one can opt for the well-furnished luxury tent camps to stay in. Canoeing on the Rapti or Narayani rivers makes for an adventurous river tour allowing one to witness the many different bird species of Chitwan. as well as if lucky one may even get to be close with the shy freshwater Gangetic dolphins of which inhabit the rivers.
Bardia National Park
Bardia National Park is usually comparatively smaller than Chitwan, & of which too is usually home to many exotic animal & bird species as well as of which happens to be a peaceful although a wild environment in of Terai region.
Bardia is usually also more remote as well as secluded when compared to Chitwan as well as of which explains why the visitor count to This specific jungle is usually a bit less than those visiting Chitwan as well as so of which has fewer resorts. All resorts are located towards the peripheral area of the park as well as the jungle offers many Nature treks as well as one can even go animal spotting by going on a jeep Safari or by taking up the famous “Elephant rides” of This specific Park.
The jungle is usually home to many endangered species including tigers, wild elephants, rhinoceros, swamp deer, blackbucks, gharial crocodiles, as well as marsh mugger crocodiles. Lastly here is usually a word of advice- of which is usually preferred to travel by air to Barida rather than take up the 15 hours long road journey to reach Barida.
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
This specific park came up to be a wild life reserve from the year 1976, of which is usually called Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve as well as occupies a whopping 175 square kilometres of wildlife sanctuary which includes a few hectars of wetlands.Located on the Eastern side of Nepal, its entry point is usually through the Mahindra Highway.
The reserve is usually a habitat for wild species such as the water buffalo (called arna), deer, nilgai, mugger crocodile, Ganges River Dolphin (also called the Gangetic Dolphin), as well as over 280 species of birds. Apart through the wild life species, the Park also offers Environmental safety to a major part of the Sapta Koshi region, which happens to be an offshoot of the Ganges River flood plain.
Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve
Located on the extreme south-west of the Terai is usually the Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve. of which is usually spread across a 305-sq km of forest cover. of which is usually located at an altitude of 0-270 m.
The green vegetation covers a Great 70 % of the forest as well as the rest is usually full of grassland. Out of This specific total landmass of grassland, Suklaphanta area is usually notably the largest stretch of grassland of Nepal, of which covers an area of 54 sq. km. Many mammalian species have been surveyed like Schaaf & Bell as well as the place is usually also a famous habitat for the swamp deer(s). The reserve is usually the breeding ground for Nepal’s countless number of Bengal Floridians as well as the Hispanic hare.
Thus, the above Forest destination(s) is usually what defines “Wild Nepal” & one can hire an expert guide who can tell you the many things as regards the wildlife as well as vegetation of which is usually distinct to the terai region of Nepal.