Parsa wildlife reserve Nepal
Parsa wildlife reserve is a protected area covers an area 499 sq. km, 3 districts (Parsa, Makwanpur, Chitwan and Bara). It is the largest wildlife reserve in the country. It is located inner Terai (plain) of south-central Nepal neighboring with Chitwan national park. Parsa wildlife reserve established in 1984 to preserves the habitat of wild Asian elephant, Bengal tiger, sloth bear, leopard, wild dog, Sambar deer, spotted deer, and hog deer. Other interesting animals that can be found in this reserve are the grey langur, rhesus monkey, leopards, striped hyena and wild cats etc. Parsa wildlife reserve safari trip is to discover natural wilderness like towering trees, twisting vines, elephants, deer, pythons, birds and much more.
Tourism in Parsa wildlife reserve
Parsa jungle safari Bird watching tours
Parsa wildlife reserve is the popular bird watching destination also. There are more than 300 species of birds like florican, giant hornbill, lesser florican, black stork and white stork, peafowl, red jungle fowl, egrets, herons, kingfishers, flycatchers and woodpeckers were found. Best time for bird watching around Parsa is March and December. Parsa reserve is famous for reptiles and different kinds of snakes including common cobra, banded krait, rock python and King cobra. The dominant landscape of the reserve, the Churiya hills ranging from 750m to 950m run east west of the reserve.
Vegetation in this wildlife reserve is tropical to sub tropical mostly covered by Sal forest Churiya hill are covered with Pine, Khair, Sissoo and Silk cotton etc. Highlights of exploring parsa wildlife reserve are jeep safari, elephant back safari, observing wild animals including, royal Bengal tigers and one horned rhino, discovering unique culture and traditional of the tribe, nature walk in reserve, bird watching and many more. This wildlife reserve is an ideal destination for jungle safari, nature walk, jeep safari etc. If you need more information tours and travel guide for tourism in Parsa wildlife reserve fell free to contact us.