Nepal's Terai possesses a beauty that's totally unexpected in a country known mainly for soaring snow-covered mountains.
ndoubtly, Nepal is one fascinating place on earth that shares the glory of both the high mountains and low-land forests. Jungle Safari in these forests are just breath-taking with the rare sight of endangered Bengali Tigers. It is adventurous to see a bull Rhino fight with the cow while you are having your morning breakfast, or chase it in the wild while you are on the elephants.
There are two National Parks where you can explore the wild-life getting yourself deep into the heart of the forest, while the others serve as the natural habitat to thousands of animals including Snow-Leopard, Gharials, Crocodiles, Ram, Bob Cats, endagered Red Panda, Elks, Deers, Anteplores, Kasturi, monkeys, hundreds of birds (infact Arun Valley has the largest population of birds (650+) and butterflies (800+) in the entire world), and butterflies.