Jungle Safari in Nepal

Nepal is a small landlocked country in between India and China. Most of the people know Nepal as the country of Himalayan Kingdom. Nepal itself has 8 mountains above eight thousands out of fourteen world’s highest peaks. Besides the mountains expeditions, trekking and sightseeing around the world heritages, Nepal is very popular for jungle safari as well.

Nepal has nine national parks, three conservation and four wildlife reserves. The Terai region, located in the lowlands, is characterized by a belt of floodplains that stretch from the Indian border to the base of the Bhabhar and Siwalik mountain ranges. This area is known for grasslands and diverse forests, including riverine and Sal forests.

Geographically, Nepal is divided into three major regions: mountains, hills and plains.  Within this small country of 147,181 square kilometers, a wide range of topography and climate zones can be found. From subtropical jungles to arctic highlands, Nepal boasts a rich variety of ecosystems. This biodiversity makes Nepal one of the top ecotourism destinations in the world, approximately 19% of the country's land designated as protected wildlife areas.