The tropical jungles of Nepal's Terai preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. Jungle safaris on elephant back or jeep rides are offered at chitwan national park, Bardiya national park, parsa wildlife reserve, and shuklaphanta wildlife reserve, all located in Terai. Winter months here are temperate while summer and monsoons are hot and humid.A wide range of tourist facilities are available in and around the areas.The Bardiya national park is the largest and most undisturbed protected area in the Terai and is home to the endangered Royal Bengal tiger and Nepal's famous one-horned rhinoceros. The national park located in the far western district of Bardiya, is bordered by river karnali in the west, the churia range in the north, while the river babai flows right through the park. The varied geographical factor together with the thick cover of Sal, savannah forest and grasslands render this region ideal as wild animal habitat. The park hosts 53 different mammals, more then 400 species of birds, and several varieties of reptiles and water animals. Some of the other animals found here are elephant, swamp deer, black buck, gharial crocodile and marsh mugger crocodile. The fresh-water gangetic dolphin is also commonly seen in river karnali. Birds include endangered varieties of Bengal florican, lesser florican, silver-eared mesia and sarus crane. The park offers the rate opportunity of fishing/angling at river karnali and river babai.
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