The tropical forests of Terai are home to diverse flora and fauna; with 16 national parks, conservation areas, and wildlife reserves that take up 16 percent of its overall geological area, a tour to Nepal is incomplete if jungle safari has been missed.
Affirmed as UNESCO Natural Heritage Site, Chitwan National Park is located in the southern central region of Nepal which occupies 932sq.km. Likewise, Bardiya National Park (968sq.km) and Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve (176 sq. km) serve as home to many extinct species including tiger, spotted deer, elephants, Asiatic Wild Buffaloes and so on.
Optionally, Jungle safari in Nepal also includes canoe rides on the Jungle Rivers, bird watching, nature walks and short tours around the villages to find out the exceptional culture and customs of the local people. Moreover, you can also enjoy cultural and musical programs performed by the local villagers.
So, if you are really interested in going for Jungle Safari in Nepal then let Nepal Tibet Tours & Treks help you.