Rinzin Phunjok Lama, 33 years old, hails from Humla district of Nepal. He is one of three winners of this year’s Future For Nature Award.
Here are a few of the most exotic National parks of Nepal; however the dream of every wildlife enthusiast and that will enchant 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), and Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) among many.
We are a group of tourism and hospitality management professionals, working in this sector for a decade. Apart from being experienced tourism professionals, we believe that we are devoted travel and adventure enthusiasts as well as wildlife lovers. We have the requisite knowledge that helps you to experience the amazing wildlife safari and take the opportunity to explore the Royal Bengal Tiger and other wildaimals in the various national park of Nepal.
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Nepal, a small land-locked country, boasts a diverse geography ranging from 59m to 8848.86m in elevation and a climate that transitions from tropical to alpine. Its lush greenery and snow-capped hills and mountains are home to a wide array of rare and endangered animals. Nepal is inhabited by a rich variety of wildlife, including 208 mammal species, and 200 water species.
Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) Griffith, is one of the elegant cats of the Himalayas of Nepal. In Nepal, it is known as Dhossae Chituwa or Lamchituwa.
Gangetic Dolphin, Local Name: Sounsh or Bhagiratha (Platanista gangetica). The best place to see in the Karnali river as well as Narayani, Koshi & Mahakali.
Royal Bengal Tiger, also known as the Bengal Tiger. The Bengal Tigers are getting in Nepal, India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, and Myanmar.
One-horned Rhino; unicorns are real they are just chubby gray and, we call them Rhino.
The leopard is one of the five extant species in the genus Panthera, a member of the Felidae
Snow leopard, also known as the ounce, is a large cat native to the mountain ranges of Nepal.
Wild Elephants are large mammals of the family Elephantidae in the order Proboscidea.
Blackbuck Local Name: Krishna Saar or Sasin (Antelope cervicapra) is one of the most beautiful antelope found in Nepal.
Barking Deer or Red Deer, Local Name: Ratuwa (Muntiacus muntjak) is a medium-sized deer with short brown tines and one unbranched beam.
Hog Deer, Local Name: Laghuna (Axis Parcinus) has been suggested by its squit pig-like appearance and movements.
Blue Bull or Nilgai, Local Name: Ghodgadha or Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus) is one of the largest antelope in Nepal.
Gharial Crocodile commonly referred to as the gavial or fish-eating crocodile, is one of the longest-living crocodilians and a member of the Gavialidae family.
Pygmy Shrew is a small, short, short-legged animal with a long pointed snout. It is the smallest of mammals, mouse-like in build.
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.
Lynx (Felis Lynx isabellian) It is a small cat-like animal, high on legs, and is distinguished from common cats in having a long tuft of hairs on the tip of ears.
Chinese Pangolin, Local Name: Salak (Manis Pentadactyla) The scaly ant eater or pangolin is one of the fantastic mammals of Nepal.
Rhesus Monkey, Local Name: Rato Bander (Macaca multta) Monkeys symbolize wisdom “see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil”.
Entellus Monkey, Local Name: Langur Presbytic entellus (Dufrense). The common langurs are found in all types of temperate forests in Nepal.
Nepal has over 900 species of documented birds, making it a country with extraordinarily abundant birdlife. Nepal is the home to 9 % of the world’s well known birds including the endemic bird Spiny Babbler.
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.
Himalayan Monal name of English Lophophorus is a national bird of Nepal. The Himalayan Monal also knows as Danphe.
Black Stork, The black stork (Ciconia nigra) is a large bird in the Ciconiidae stork family.
Spiny Babbler is a bird species in the Timaliidae family. It is only available in Nepal.