Shuklaphanta National Park is Nepal’s youngest and rarely visited, consequently pristine wildlife gem. This wild beauty of the far western region of Nepal is integrated into an undisturbed, least human-interfered, untamed land. The Park is now home to the largest herd with more than 2000 swamp deer, an estimated 17 feral tigers, and superb wildlife.

Nepal is mostly famous for its enormous mountains, and many of the beautiful national parks of Nepal such as giants Everest, Langtang, and Makalu. Nepal, however, has a lot more than just its mountains. There are 12 National Parks in Nepal that expanding from the lowland Terai region to the high Himalayas. The best way

Discover the majestic Dolpo region in Nepal. It was only open to tourists since 1989, the remote region, made famous by Peter Matthiessen’s book’ The Snow Leopard.’ Phoksundo Lake, its most beautiful attraction, is holy for Buddhists and adherents of the Bonpo faith. This reasonably easy trek does not involve high passes, winds throughout the