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Wildlife tours are one of the best ways to see and understand the most rare to the most beautiful species in the world. Specially, suppose you were to consider Wildlife Tour in Nepal. In that case, you will meet approx 185 species of mammals, approx 850 recorded species of birds, fish species like the Gangetic dolphins and other famous species like the Royal Bengal Tiger, King Cobra, Python etc.
Likewise, due to the different environment in the Himalayas, hilly and terai region the biodiversity in this small nation of Nepal makes even a short Wildlife Tour in Nepal more exciting and pleasant.
Nepal View Tours has a long history of Wildlife Tours in Nepal. Recent news of the increase of the number of Royal Bengal Tiger to 355 also makes it the best sign for you to take a step to see such nearly extinct animal in Nepal’s Wildlife Tour with us.
Some of the best locations for Wildlife Tour in Nepal are:
Chitwan National Park lies in the Chitwan District in Nepal. The Chitwan National Park is famous for being the home of Royal Bengal Tiger, One Horned Rhino, Elephants, Pangolin, Golden monitor lizard etc. This national park is also home of snakes like python and birds like Bengal florican. Lesser florican, Giant hornbill etc.
The Royal Begal Tiger is one of the largest wild cats and and one of the rarely extinct animals in the world. It is divided in the region of India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal. In Nepal, the Chitwan National Park is one of the few places in the world where this animal still exists. According to wikipedia, in 2011, only 2,500 wild Royal Bengal Tiger were left in this world.
In the Chitwan National Park, you will also find many elephant. According to the statistics collected by Government of Nepal there are 255 and 265 wild and 150 domestic Asian Elephants in Nepal. Among the national parks in Nepal, the Chitwan National Park is one of the few places where you can meet some wild elephants. Likewise, you can also visit the Elephant Breeding and Bathing center in Chitwan.
Gharial Crocodile is a critically endangered species in Nepal. According to the The Zoological Society of London, there are only approximately 200 remaining species left in Nepal. Chitwan National Park is one of the few places where this reptile is preserved.
There are also many birds in the Chitwan National Park. If you are lucky, you can see rare birds like Greater White-fronted Goose,Plaintive Cuckoo, Slaty-breasted Rail, Mandarin Duck, vulnerable birds like Common Pochards,Swamp Francolin,Sarus Crane near threatened bird like Ferruginous Duck, Ashy-headed Green-Pigeon and also critically endangered birds like Baer’s Pochard, Bengal Florican etc.
You can also enjoy jungle safari with either jeep or elephants. Similarly, you can have a thrilling jungle walk on the vicinity of the Chitwan National Park.
Bardia National Park is located on the Western Terai region in Nepal. The Bardia National park has famous animals like the Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, wild elephant, and black buck. In addition, also include animals like dolphins, gharial, swamp deer etc.
Furthermore, the Bardia National Park has over 230 species of birds and many other species of snakes, lizard and fishes. We can also go for bardiya-jungle-safari-tour-3-nights-4-days and have amazing experience of wildlife in Nepal
According to the recent data, it was found that there are 125 wild Royal Bengal Tigers in Bardia National Park. This animal is rarely extinct due to poaching and smuggling for many tanneries and medicinal purposes.
The rhino count on Bardia latest has recorded 67 individuals in the Bardia National Park.However, the last census was only done in 2000. With the announcement of increase in the Tiger populations in Nepal, many are also hopeful for the large increment of the rare one horned rhino in Nepal. This rhino was often hunted and poached for its horns and leather.
In this Bardia National Park you can have a chance to see the famed Gangetic Dolphin. This Dolphin is one of the three last freshwater dolphin in the world. This nearly extinct species is often found on this Bardia National Park.
The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is located on the Saptakoshi Region in Nepal. It is also the smallest wildlife reserve in Nepal. In the beginning, this Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve used to protect only Wild buffalo, Arna (Bubalus arnee). Later, many other species were included in this Wildlife Reserve. Currently, this Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve has approx 441 species of birds, 80 species of fish also including the reptile Gharial crocodile, Gangetic dolphin,hog deer, wild boar, spotted deer jackals etc.
While travelling in Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve enjoy the view of Mt Makalu.
The best attraction of Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve-Wildlife Tour
The Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve is home to many flora and fauna. It is home to many endangered and threatned species like swamp partridge, Bengal florican,Ganges river dolphin, mugger crocodile, swamp francolin, slender-billed vulture and also the home of the last remaining Wild buffalos in this world.
According to the International Conservation Fund of Canada, there are 38 species of globally endangered and threatened species of mammals, birds and reptiles in the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve.
Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is located in Rukum, Myagdi and Baglung District of the Western Nepal. This hunting reserve was established in 1983 and is ther only hunting reserve in Nepal. The Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is the home of blue sheep, and other common species like ghoral, leopard, serow, Himalayan black bear, barking deer, Himalayan tahr, wild boar, langur, rhesus macazue and mouse etc. According to the National Data there are 852 blue sheeps and 137 species of birds in the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve.
If you are visiting Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, you can also visit the Dhorbaraha Temple in Fagune block near Dhorpatan. In addition, enjoy the beautiful view of Mt Dhaulagiri from the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve.
The best attraction of Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve Wildlife Tour
Khaptad National Park was established on 1984 in the Far-western region of Nepal. This national park is the home of mammals like barking deer, wild boar, leopard, wild dogs, ghoral, Himalayan black bear, musk deer etc. Furthermore birds like Impeyan Dhanphe, partridge, flycatchers, bulbuls etc.
According to recent data, the Khaptad National Park has 266 birds species, 20 mammals, 135 species of flowers and 224 species of herbs.
Along with the park, you can also visit the famed Khaptad Baba Ashram where the famous saint used to live. Also, visit the Sahashra Linga, a representation of Lord Shiva and the Ganesh temple etc.
The best attraction of Khaptad National Park Wildlife Tour
The Parsa Wildlife Reserve is located in the Terai region of Nepal. It was established in 1984. This wildlife reserve is the home of Royal Bengal tiger, Rhesus macaques, striped hyena. Similarly, blue bull, sambar, chital, hog deer, barking deer etc
The best attraction of Parsa Wildlife Reserve Wildlife Tour
The Parsa Wildlife Reserve is one of the tiger protection zones in Nepal. In addition they also have many species of flora and Fauna. According to the Nepali Government, this wildlife reserve has endangered species like wild Asian elephant, Royal Bengal tiger, leopard etc. This park is the home of 500 species of birds and famous snakes like King Cobra and Python.
The Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve is located in the terai region of Nepal. Previously, a hunting reserve this area was established as a wildlife reserve in
The Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve is the home of swamp deer, Bengal tiger, hispid hare, Indian leopard, sloth bear etc. In addition birds like- chestnut-capped babbler, sarus crane, rusty-tailed, Bengal florican and more.
This Wildlife Reserve is one of the few areas in the world where the large settlement of Bengal florican are found.
The best attraction of Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve Tour
If you are interested to see such rare and endangered animals or unique flora and fauna that may not be found anywhere else in the world, we Nepal View Tours are glad to welcome you in the Natural Paradise in Nepal. From the auspicious news of increase of the Royal Bengal Tiger to the only three remaining freshwater Gangetic Dolphin, hundreds of flowers and other rare species, this nature’s home is welcoming you to the unique beauty of earth.
Wildlife Tour in Nepal is one of the best tours in your life. If you are sure to visit for a peak to this nature’s home be sure to contact us for the best that you can get from the Wildlife Tour in Nepal.