Nepal is right destination for Jungle Safari. Large number of people across the globe pays their visit here just to witness various species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds. The jungle of the low land of Nepal, Terai, inhabits most of the wild animals.
Jungles are abundant in Nepal and it stretches more than thousands of square miles. The site is renowned for inhabiting different species of endangered animals like Royal Bengal Tiger, Onhe-Horned Rhino, Swamp deer, Red Panda and many more.
There are 10 national parks, three wildlife reserves and seven conservation areas. All of them are dedicated in protecting different species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds.
Similarly, Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is popular site for hunting where thousands of people visit to enjoy hunting in natural state.
The 11 national parks cover around 11,000 square kilometers area of this beautiful country.
Jungles here are not only associated with animals but also with people who are still regarded as jungle people—Tharu. Forest here inhabits more than 181 species of mammals, 100 reptiles, 43 amphibians, 185 fishes, 900 species of birds and around 1000 species of butterflies.
Moreover, there are more than 200 Royal Bengal Tigers in the jungles of Nepal. More than 600 One-Horned rhinos and around 250 sloth bears roam freely in the jungles of Nepal like Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, and may others.