The forest area covers 37.4 % of the total land area of Nepal which includes 35 major forests. There are different types of forest found in Nepal with the ascending from flat terai land to high Himalayan peaks; tropical, subtropical, temperate, subalpine and Alpine forest are found thus, one can observe vast different ecological units and diverse flora and fauna consisting 3 % of Known floral in the world. Forest plays vital roles in Nepal’s socio-economic development and different user groups, community and stakeholders are very much concerned about the conservation of forest areas so different programs and community forests, National parks have been established.
Generally, we provide you with an opportunity to enjoy wilderness trips to the conservation areas. The habitat corridor which links from the Himalayas at the northern side to the Terai region where most large mammals like a one-horned rhino, Deer, tiger, gharials are easily visible. Alongside jungle safari, you will get to explore buffer zones where tharu community people predominantly reside. They are well known about the jungle routes and maintain good human and animals interactions. Jungle safari is offered in two forms either you can enjoy on Zeep or Domestic elephants ride.
If you are a wildlife lover and want to get lost in the jungle then Nepal Welcomes you with an extended land-based, water-based and air-based ecosystem. Different plants and animals which are about to become extinct and endemics are preserved in a wide forest area. Your visit to different places might vary the forest type, vegetations, animals and life so be prepared to enjoy the diversity.