Jungle Safari
National Parks, Wildlife Reserve and Conservation Area


Chitwan National Park Annapurna Conservation Area


Bardia National Park Sukla Phanta Wildlife Reserve


Sagarmatha National Park Khaptad National Park


Langtang National Park Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve


Shey Phoksundo National Park Parsa Wildlife Reserve


Rara National Park Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve


Makalu-Barun National Park & Conservation Area


Within less than 900 kilometers length from east to west and about 200 kilometers width north to south, formed an extreme, contrasts in climate and geography of Nepal. The unique topography ranging from lowland with sub-tropical jungles to arctic conditions in the Himalayan highlands, beginning from 150m of see level from south it raises more then 8000m in the north which results a reality of all climate zone found on this planet. So the great diversity of climate provides a huge home for a large variety of plants, birds and animals.
Wide variety of 6500 known species of trees, shrubs, and wild flowers, even the orchid are found of 300 types found in Nepal. When rhododendrons burst into color in March and April, the height of floral glory can be witnessed (which is also a national flower of Nepal), among 60 species 30 species only in Nepal. The blossoming of a variety of shrubs and wild flowers makes the land lavender. Some flowers are favorite to god like Holy basil (tulsi) for Bishnu, lotus for Laxmi which is symbol of purity, representing the pure mind of enlightment rising from the mud of earthy concerns.
The bright red poinsettias (lalupate) is favorite to all gods. Most of the forest of Nepal is dominated by Sal (sherea starobu) trees which grows up to 30 meter in height. We suggest our visitors to take a deep breath in the shadow of the Pipal Chautara, Pipal(ficus bengaledsis) and Banyan(ficus religiosa) trees built by local people as a public service for visitors.

In Hindu mythology the slaughtering of Cow is equal to murder a human. In Nepal the penalty is
Rs. 20,000/- or two years imprisonment. One-horned rhino which is different to its African relative two-horned rhino is well preserved at Chitwan and relocated in Bardia. Many other species like spotted leopard, deer, bear, jackal, pica, fox, snakes……etc. are found in the forest. Among these Royal Bangal Tiger is on the top of the food chain which is habitats of Chitwan and Bardia.

Achieving the right balance between ecological and human needs is a tricky matter however Nepal is trying to protect the natural environment. Around 14% of Nepal’s total area is set aside as National Park and wildlife reserves. The main aim is to conserve and manage the country splendid natural heritage. Some national parks have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites due to their unique Natural and Cultural environments. All the National parks and wildlife reserves are managed by Government on the regulation of Nepal Army.

Pipal tree--- under which Lord Buddha gained enlighten also a symbol of mail because of its pointed leaves
Banyan Tree--- represents the female principle
Chautara---- the local meeting place as Parisian side walk café or the American coffee shop

Nepal is also a land of Birds. It is hard to believe that more than 800 species of birds are known to Nepal. It is more than the combination of birds species of Canada and USA, which is about 10% of the world’s species, 17 species of cuckoo and more than 500 species of the butterflies. The pheasant is Nepal’s National Bird. It is also land of snow leopard, one-horned rhino, crocodile and Mountain goats. Cow is National Animal which is the symbol of fertility and prosperity and the giver of the “five gifts” milk, yoghurt, ghee (Clearfield butter), dung (essential for agriculture) and urine (medicinal remedy).

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