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Wildlife Reserve

Nepal is home to a wide variety of beautiful animals-many of which it shares with India. Visitors who spend some time near the edge of a forest or who go trekking through low-lying areas and valleys may be able to sight quite a few of these lovely creatures. If you do not enjoy trekking, you can usually organize a sagari ride through on of the many national parks in Nepal which will usually afford you the opportunity to see a variety of wildlife.  Some of the wildlife   in Nepal are some… read more...

Parsa Wildlife Reserve


Parsa Wildlife Reserve (499 sq km)  Parsa Wildlife Reserve occupies parts of Chitwan, Makawanpur, Parsa and Bara districts in central Nepal. The reserve headquarters is situated at Adabar on the Hetauda-Birgunj highway and the Reserve covers 499 sq. kms. and established in 1984. The dominant landscape… read more...

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve


Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve (175 sq km) The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve first came about in 1976, when it became apparent that there was a great need to protect the beautiful but rare water buffalo, resident of the waters along the eastern border of Bangladesh. Later in 1987 it was declared a Ramsar… read more...

Shuklaphanta wildlife Reserve


Shuklaphanta wildlife Reserve(305 sq km) Shuklaphanta wildlife Reserve is located in the far-eastern lowland Terai of Nepal. The pristine sub-tropical jungle makes Shuklaphanta  Nepal ‘second largest wildlife reserve in Terai. The open grasslands and numerous waterholes of the park extend… read more...
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