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Nature & Wildlife Tours

 

Nature and wildlife tours in Nepal

A part of Nepalase tradition, nature, a staggering glimpse of the Royals of the jungles and the spiritual tranquility are what exactly nature and wildlife tour offers.

This tour takes you to different national parks, conservation areas and wildlife reserves protected and conserved over many years. It brings you to the Bardiya National Park which is frequently visited, abeit, a really astounding area where you can get to witness higher level of forest adventure compared to any other national parks in Nepal. But it’s quite better if you just wander around in the luxury of culture of the capital, Kathmandu before kicking off for the wildlife tours.

On your way to Bardiya National Park, Pokhara and Lumbini(the birthplace of Lord Buddha) will be witnessed and you can just have a chill in those places through bird watching, sight-seeing, paragliding in Pokhara and being immersed in the peaceful shrines of Buddha in Lumbini. As soon as you reach Bardiya National Park, the lush forests don’t escape from your sight. You will revel in the large dense green forests. The largest national park of Nepal, Bardiya National Park, carrying total area of 968 sqkm,  has been a home for more than 840 floral species and more than 642 faunal  species. The endangered mammal species including Rhino, Bengal Tiger and Gangetic Dolphin as well as rare  bird’s species like Bengal florican, white-rumped vulture and bar-headed geese can be observed during your walk in the largest national park of Nepal. Besides, there is Chitwan National Park which is the most popular and well-renowned national park in Nepal. The popular and endangered species of animals are found in this national park like one—horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and many more.

Apart from all of these, there are other national parks in Nepal like Rara National Park, Langtang National Park, Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park etc. which can amaze you with the species of animals that these parks conserve.

 

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