Wildlife in Nepal is the emerging wildlife destination to explore the variety of most endangered and rare species in the world.
Here are few of the most exotic National parks of Nepal; that every wildlife enthusiast's dream and that will mesmerize with their peerless enchantment:
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Tiger Encounter is a wildlife tour operation segment of Trekker's Paradise Pvt. Ltd. which is a government registered travel and trekking agency linked with all required government bodies and related associations like Nepal Tourism Board, Trekking Agents Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agents (NATTA) among many.
We are a group of tourism and hospitality management professionals, working in this sector for a decade. Apart from being an experienced tourism professional, we believe that we are devoted travel and adventure enthusiasts as well as wildlife lovers. We have a requisite knowledge that helps you to experience the amazing wildlife safari and make the opportunity to explore the Royal Bengal Tiger in the various national park of Nepal.
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The geographic diversity of this land locked country rises from the elevation of 59m to 8848m and the variation in climate from tropical to alpine. This geographic and climatic variation as well around large cover of forest and scrubland is the reason behind the diversity in wildlife of Nepal. From rare and endangered animals like royal bengal tigers, snow leopard and one horned rhinos to the endemic bird species like spiny babbler can be found in the greenery and snow capped hills and mountains of Nepal. Almost 208 species mammals, 59 species of reptiles, over 900 species of birds and 200 species of aquatic fauna inhabit in this naturally gifted country.
Spiny Babbler is a bird species in the Timaliidae family. It is only available in Nepal.
Black Stork, The black stork (Ciconia nigra) is a large bird in the Ciconiidae stork family.
Hispid Hare is also called the “bristly rabbit” it has coarse, dark brown hair. The ears are short, and its back legs are not much larger than the front legs.
Snow leopard, also known as the ounce, is a large cat native to the mountain ranges of Nepal.
Himalayan Monal name of English Lophophorus is a national bird of Nepal. The Himalayan Monal also knows as Danphe.
Giant Hornbill has an impressive size and color that made it important in many tribal cultures and rituals.
Sarus Crane is a big non-migrant crane found in both Nepal and Southeast Asia. It is the tallest flying bird and can grow to 1.8 m (5.9 ft) tall.
Monkey is a common name that can refer to animal groups. They are believed to be smarter than other primates including Apes and Lemurs.