Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve Nepal
Suklaphanta wildlife reserve is a protected area covers an area 305 sq. km. located in Kanchanpur District, south-western part of Nepal. Shukla phanta wildlife reserve was managed as a hunting reserve beginning 1969, and was gazetted as a wildlife reserve in 1976. Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve is the shelters of 2,000 swamp deer, around 50 wild elephants and 30 Bengal tigers beside that spotted deer, blue bulls, barking deer, hog deer, wild boars, leopards, jackals, langurs, flycatchers, marsh mugger, crocodile, cobra and python and endangered Bengal Florican also. Suklaphanta is 2nd largest wildlife reserve of Nepal in Terai it has vast expanses of plain grasslands and Sal forests. Nepal is not only known for its mesmerizing views of the Himalayan peaks but has other tourism attractions also.
Tourism in Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve
Suklaphanta jungle safari Bird watching tours
Wildlife safari Nepal is one such attraction and wildlife reserve, provides a wildlife experience with its rich flora and fauna. Wildlife safari in Suklaphanta reserve is filled with number of different wild animals. Nepal is abundant in wildlife and for animal lovers this place is simply mind-blowing. In Suklaphanta wildlife reserve jungle safari as you go for bird watching, you can find amazing species of birds like; grey headed eagles, hornbills, cormorants, ruby cheeked sunbird, Blue Indian Roller, beautiful kingfisher and more as this place has huge number of bird species.
Pristine sub-tropical jungle, open grasslands and numerous waterholes of the national park extend into a vast expanse of plain grasslands and Sal forests, while marsh vegetation is found along rivers and lakes. Sukla phanta wildlife reserve is but perfect safari destination but still hidden only few travelers visit Suklaphanta each year for tourism. If you need tours and travel guide for tourism or would like to visit Suklaphanta wildlife reserve fell free to contact us.