Jungle Safari in Nepal

Jungle Safari in Nepal
Jungle Safari in Nepal

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Jungle Safari in Nepal is one of the best attractions of Nepal is the. Nepal is a country of green and if you want to experience Nepal to the fullest then Jungle Safari is a must do. Along with the northern mountains that exhibit some of the most magnificent peaks in the world, the tropical Nepal Jungle Safari which lies mostly in the Terai region serves as a natural habitat of many species of animals, plants and birds that will definitely keep you in awe. There are 16 national parks, wildlife reserves and conservation areas in Nepal. Although most of the wildlife habitats are preserved to preserve the extinct species, most of the conservation areas can be reached with permission from the government.

Safari in the jungles of Nepal accompanies an elephant back tour, 4WD vehicles, canoes and foot along with an experienced guide. The jungles occupy almost sixteen percent of the total geographical structure of Nepal and thus you can have your trip as long as you like. Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Royal Bardia National Park, Royal CHitwan National Park and the Royal Sukhlaphanta Wildlife Reserve are famous for its elephant back rides and jeep rides.

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