Nepal is not merely an ultimate destination for trekking and travel alone but also for the Jungle safari, as because Nepal is the home to a number of endangered birds and animals, diverse flora and fauna. A case in point is that Nepal preserves nearly 20 percent of its land which comprises of green and lush jungle, and home to over 850 species of birds (8 percent of the world's population), 2 percent flowering plants in the world, over 500 species of butterflies, 600 indigenous plant families, and 320 species of exotic orchids, and among others. This feature is explicit enough why jungle safari is popular in Nepal.
Any part of the country you stroll around, you are amazed with the jungle and greeneries. For instance, the Jungle in the southern part, Terai--in the land of Nepal preserves the habitats of various wild-lives such as elusive royal Bengal tiger, snow leopard, red panda, musk deer to name a few. You can have jungle safari trip on elephant back or jeep ride or simply strolling around with well-experienced guide. You can stroll around, relax in the jungle, explore the wild-life, and enjoy the bird-watching and incredible landscapes, greenery lush forest and if you are lucky enough, you will encounter with a number of birds and animals. The moment you spend in the conserved and preserved park or jungle is really a memorable in your lifetime.
There are 9-national parks, 4-wildlife reserves, and three-conservation area in Nepal. These protected areas cover approximately 20 percent of the total lands in the country. Among these parks, namely Royal Chitwan National Park, Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Royal Bardia National Park, and Royal Shukla Phanta wildlife reserve offer jungle safari on elephant back or jeep rides. Therefore, the jungle safari trip is a thrilling and one of the most popular excursions in Nepal.