23rd Oct. 2017
 
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Nepal Jungle Safari  
 
An American travel freak Katherine after her encounter with the Bengal Tigers & wild elephants in Nepal’s Bardiya National Park writes on her website The Fearless Traveler that she finds it rather amusing that everyone in the U.S. dreams of trekking in Nepal mountains, but even the veteran trekkers show ignorance on prospects of meeting wildlife just 5 hours from Kathmandu. Katherine claims that Nepal’s tiny jungle patches offer as much variety of wild beast & their preys that may be found in the entire African continent. However, taking a jungle safari elephant ride through the deep Chitwan jungle has become another ritual tour for everyone visiting Nepal.

Chitwan National Park:
The Park lies on the center of the country, Chitwan, which is also the junction for separating the eastern highway from the western highway of Nepal. Chitwan National Park is also UNESCO enlisted World Heritage Site. The Park specializes in balance the need for habitat between the wild animals & their human counterparts who’ve settle within the parts of the jungle. The Park has also received praises for breeding endangered wild beasts like the tiger, elephant, & rhinos. Chitwan is a tropical forest, and Nepal one major river system, the Gandaki flows right through it. The river not only waters the land, quenches the wild thirst, but also homes rare aquatic creatures like crocodile & freshwater dolphins. The combination of aquatic & terrestrial wildlife in a tropical climate makes the Park truly a microcosm of the African continent. Among the tourists, the favorite wild game is an elephant safari rides with an aim of encountering the big cats & shooting the deadly beasts – with the camera of course.

Bardiya National Park:
Although not as famous as the Chitwan Park, but Katherine preferred to visit Bardiya National Park on the western Nepal because of the latter’s truly wild settings. For Bardiya, you need to fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj & then head toward the Park on a jeep or bus. The roadway from Kathmandu to Bardiya takes almost one whole day to cross which many find rather boring. Bardiya is also a tropical park sharing its habitat with the India jungles & their beasts. Katherine writes a fascinating account of a chase by the Asamese Wild Bull Elephant during her safari on a native & tamed female elephant. Both Chitwan & Bardiya Parks have excellent accommodation facilities.

Besides, Chitwan & Bardiya, Kosi Tappu on the eastern Terai is also famous for jungle visits & bird watching.
 
 
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