Nepal’s rich bio-diversity makes it ideal as an eco-tourism destination and just excellent for hiking. Just as the Himalayas are famous for trekking and mountaineering activities, the Terai low land tropical jungle deserves to be just as famous as it has one of the best wildlife habitats in the subcontinent making it ideal for jungle safari activities. Nepal has a total of 9 National Parks, 3 wildlife reserves, 6 conservation areas and 1 hunting reserve covering a total of 28,999 sq. km which is 19.7 % of the country’s total land.
The National park and wildlife reserve area is mainly covered by Sal forest with a good balanced mixture of grassland, tropical, savannah and riverine forest. It is here that visitors will see most of the great variety of wildlife and birds as well. For a fantastic experience, journey into the deep jungle on an elephant’s back or in a 4WD with an expert naturalist to view wild animals in their natural habitat on one of our Nepal wildlife safaris.
So if you are trekking this is one of the other great feature of Nepal that you must visit and enjoy.
Simplest Way to Help Nepal Get on Its Feet Let Your Feet Do the Walking
To hear of the devastating earthquakes, with implications that will last for years to come, was to worry and to grieve for those who have lost all, for those who must struggle on, and for those who must pull together to rebuild the unique nation once more. But rebuilding the nation is most difficult part.
Travel Nepal after the earthquake so that you bring new money into a country that needs it. You give people the chance to go back to work and make earning. You give businesses the chance to rebuild and grow. You give a country the chance to show that its doors are open and that it will rise again.
This is the duty of the entire world to contribute in this cause. We shall rebuild Nepal and we shall help its people rise again once more. So when you trek in Nepal and Himalaya you are not only enjoying but you are also helping those people who rightly deserve your help.