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Jungle Safari

To explore the wilds of the Himalayas jungle safari is the best option. It will give you a chance to come close to nature. Jungle safari can be of different types like riding on an elephant's back or traveling on a jeep. Jungle safari is exploring the forest trough a jeep instead of trekking, hiking and walking. It is a very different experience, which is really difficult to express in words.

You should go there to experience it yourself. The jungle safari tours involve not just exploring the jungles of any particular region but it also involves various wildlife sanctuaries and national parks and even protective reserves. If you want you can also opt for wildlife camping and nature walks along with your jungle safari. The safari tour also includes lodging, which are provided by various forest departments within the sanctuary area and national parks. It gives you a chance to walk around the jungle and just relax and feel the wildness. The best time to go for a jungle safari is between April to June and September to November.

Famous Wildlife Places in Himalayas

Jim Corbett National Park
Nestling in the foothills of the Himalayas, Corbett National Park has extremely varied topography and vegetation. This gives it a rich diversity of habitat and natural beauty. Flat valleys are interspersed with hilly ridges and the Park's rolling grasslands known as the 'Chaurs' provide visitors with an excellent view of the animals
The Great Himalayan National Park
Hemmed in on three sides by the towering peaks of the Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh's Great Himalayan National Park is undoubtedly the place to go for a rendezvous with the wildlife of these mountains. Here, amidst dense forests of blue pine and cedar, in high alpine meadows and mountain slopes which remain covered with snow throughout the year, lives one of the densest and most impressive populations of Himalayan wildlife.
Rajaji National Park
Rajaji National Park, spread in an area of about 820 Sq. Kms. , is one of the latest addition to the list of National Parks in the country. The Park was constituted combining three existing wildlife sanctuaries, Rajaji, Motichur, and Chilla. Nested in the Shiwalik Hills, & lying between the Lower Himalayas and the Upper Gangetic Plains, it is the northwestern most habitat of the Asian Elephant.
Namdapha National Park
It is now a legally protected area having been designated in 1983 as the Namdapha National Park under Wildlife (Protection) Act. The same year, it was also declared as a Tiger Reserve under project tiger. With a total area of 1,985-sq-kms, this is the largest national park in the Northeast and one of the larger protected areas in the country.
The Royal Chitwan Park
Established in 1973, this is the oldest designated nationals park in Nepal and a chief safari destination. This park is situated merely 150 kilometers south-west in inner Terai, the nearest one from Kathmandu . It was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1984. Chitwan lies in the lowlands or Inner Terai of southern central Nepal on the international border with India .

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