Jim & Gill (UK)
Nepal is home to about 30 species of huge wild animals and approximately 180 species of mammals. The rhinoceros, tiger, crocodile, snow leopard, red panda, Himalayan black bear, wild and vicious gaur cow, four-honed antelope, striped hyena, sambar, chital, hog deer, barking deer, sloth bear, palm civet, and langur live in Nepal's jungles. Furthermore, Nepal is a birder's dream, with over 800 species, accounting for roughly 8% of all bird species globally. Nepal has nearly as many bird species as all of North America combined.
Royal Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, and Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve are three of Nepal's fourteen national parks and reserves that offer well-known views of Asian wildlife. Some of the world's most thrilling safari locations can be found in this national park. On an elephant's back or in a four-wheel-drive vehicle, you will explore the dense jungle while viewing exotic animals in their natural environment. You will also get the chance to go on canoe trips along jungle rivers, go on nature hikes, go bird watching, visit villages, and get a close-up look at Tharu culture. In the jungle, there are cozy lodges and resorts with cutting-edge amenities.
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