Nepal doubled its tiger population in the span of eight years. It further commits to conserve wildlife and promote sustainable tourism. Visitors are reporting more tiger sightings in our guided tours.
Tigers are listed as endangered and are heavily protected Poaching is still a huge challenge for the government and conservation agencies. Rangers, cameras, sirens, and local community are continuously mobilized to protect them.
“Nepal is a great example for other tiger range countries to step up and commit to the same level of political will and excellence. While this is a huge story for tiger conservation, it also highlights the constant need to ensure the protection of key habitats and the value of a landscape approach for this species to recover and thrive.” – Ginette Hemley, Senior Vice President of Wildlife Conservation at WWF.
Our joint coordination focuses on sustainable travel practices, ensuring positive impact to help the communities and choose environment-friendly, safe and sustainable travel options.
Inside the territory of famous Chitwan National Park, great One-horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tigers, Crocodiles, and various species of birds and reptiles roam freely in the protected area. Resorts are available just on the bank of Narayani River. Morning jungle walks, canoeing, and jungle safaris are famous attractions of this place for wildlife lovers.
A 6 day tour to Bardiya National Park in western Nepal provides great wildlife experience of tigers, swamp deer, black buck and other exotic animals including the freshwater Dolphin in the Narayani River. This tour is great for those on the way to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha.
For bird lovers and nature lovers alike, Koshi Tapu provides a great sense of bliss in watching rare species of ducks, kingfisher, cormorants, Ibis, Indian rollers, Pelican, herons, and other migrating birds. This Reserve lies in the eastern part of Nepal.
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Nepal doubled its tiger population in the span of eight years. It further commits to conserve..
Figure 1: The word “Nepal” originally referred to the valley of Kathmandu. As it was..