Parsa Wildlife Reserve

Parsa Wildlife Reserve is located in the south-central lowland Terai of Nepal. It is made up of 499 square kms of pristine sub-tropical jungle making it Nepal's largest wildlife reserve. Parsa was another area that served as a vacation site for the Rana Rulers of the country. In 1984, it was established as a wildlife reserve in part to preserve the habitat for wild Asian elephant, and a variety of other fauna-

 

The soil is primarily composed of gravel and conglomerates, making the area susceptible to erosion. The hills present a very rugged face with many gullies and dry streambeds. Because the foothills are very porous, water in the area often flows underground and then surfaces at around15 km. from the hill base. The Churia hill range from 750m to 950m runs from east to west.

 

Winter (October-December) provides pleasant temperatures with clear skies. Nighttime temperatures can drop to 0°C. During spring (January-March) temperatures rise and water becomes scarce. During summer (April-June) the days become hot and humid with temperatures rising up to 40°C. Monsoon (July-September) brings cooling rains.

 

The forests are mainly made up of tropical and subtropical species. Sal forests occupy about 90 percent of the reserve's vegetation. Along the banks of the rivers there are riverine that contain species like Khair and the silk cotton tree. In the north-eastern part of the reserve, at higher altitudes, Sal and Pine forests are found. On the southern slope of the Siwalik hills, the forests are dominated by pine. The reserve supports good populations of a variety of endangered species including the wild Asian elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, Sloth Bear, and Leopard. Blue Bull, Sambar, Chital, Hog deer, Barking Deer, Langur, Rhesus macaques, Striped Hyena, Jungle Cat, and Palm Civet. The reserve also provides habitat for more than 500 species of birds like the White breasted kingfisher, Paradise Flycatcher, Large Racquet-tailed Drongo, Golden-backed Woodpecker. The Giant Hornbill is but one of the endangered bird species found here.The reserve is also well known for reptiles and different kinds of snakes including Common Cobra, Common and Banded Karit, Python and the magnificent King Cobra.

  • 2 NIGHTS 3 DAYS PROGRAM

    Day 01: Upon your arrival, meet our staff from the Lodge for the transfer to Rhino Lodge (88k.m) on arrival time to settle in before a briefing about the programs. At 15.00 we take a village tour to a nearby ethnic Tharu Village to learn more about the life and lifestyle of the Tharus. Dinner at 20.00

    Day 02: Wake up call 06.00
    Breakfast 06.30 / 07.30 Elephant Ride. An excellent opportunity to see the great  Asian Elephant, One Horn Rhinoceros, Spotted Deer or Chital, Hog Deer, Barking Deer, Samber, Swamp Deer ,Bull, Black Buck, Wild Boar, Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Wild Dog, Golden Jackal, Striped Hyena. You will also encounter many other smaller mammals that have made Bardia their home. We then make a visit to the Crocodile Breeding Center and Tharu Cultural Museum.
    At 13.00 Lunch

    Around 15.00 we take a Jungle Walk, we stop at the Viewing Tower (Machan) to check out the wildlife, accompanied by our experienced naturalists, and wildlife tracker. Excellent photographic opportunities.

    19.00 Tharu Culture dance
    Dinner 20.00

    Day 03: Wake up call 06.00
    Breakfast 06.30
    At 07.00 Visit to The Karnali River for Dolphin watching
    Lunch at 12.30. Around 13.30 Drive or fly back to Kathmandu

     

    3 NIGHTS 4 DAYS PROGRAM
    Day 01: Upon your arrival, our staff from the Lodge will receive you for the transfer to the resort (88k.m) a briefing about the program is given after you have settled in. At 15.00 a village tour to a nearby ethnic Tharu Village where you will learn more about the life and lifestyle of the Tharus.

    Day 02: Wake up call at 6:00 AM.

    06.30 Breakfast

    07.30 Elephant Ride.

    An excellent opportunity to see Asian Elephant, Great One Horn Rhinoceros, Spotted Deer or Chital, Hog Deer, Barking Deer, Samber, Swamp Deer or Barasingha, Nilgai, or Bull, Black Buck, Wild Boar, Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Wild Dog, Golden Jackal, Striped Hyena. You will also encounter many other smaller mammals that have made Bardia their home. We visit the Crocodile Breeding Center and Tharu Cultural Museum. 13.00 Lunch

    15.00 Jungle Walk. We stop at the Viewing Tower (Machan) you are accompanied by our experienced naturalists, and wildlife tracker. Excellent photographic opportunities.

    19.00 Tharu Culture dance
    20.00 Dinner

    Day 03: Wake up call at 06.00
    06.30 Breakfast
    07.00 Bird Watching. An opportunity to spot the many species of birds found in Bardia.
    13.00 Lunch
    14.00 Jeep Drive. There are many possibilities to see wild animals and you will also encounter many other smaller mammals that have made Bardia their home

    Day 04: Wake up call at 06.00
    Breakfast at 06.30
    At 07.00 Visit The Karnali River for Dolphin spotting
    Lunch 12.30
    At 13.30 Drive or fly back to Kathmandu

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