The Parsa Wildlife
Reserve provides a rare opportunity to experience the nature
and culture of Nepalís Terai, Spread over parts of Chitwan,
Makawanpur, Parsa and Bara districts, a considerable part of
the Churia Hills of Central Nepal also falls in this region
lending it an air of a more diverse terrain. The vegetation is
tropical and sub tropical mostly covered with Sal forests,
while the hills are covered with chir pine. Khair, sissoo and
silk cotton are found along water areas.
The reserve provides good habitat fur animals like wild
elephant, tiger, leopard, sloth bear, gaur, blue bull and wild
dog. Other common animals in the reserve are sambar, chital,
hog deer, barking deer, langur monkey, rhesus macaques,
striped hyena, rat, pal, and civet and jungle cat. There are
527 species of birds found in the reserve, one being the
endangered great hornbill gourd in certain parts of the
forest. Other bird species include peafowl, red jungle fowl,
flycatchers and woodpeckers. Birds and animals apart the
reserve also habitats snakes lide king cobra, common cobra,
krait, rat snake and python.
Parsa Wildlife Reserve is one of the easiest places to reach.
The reserve headquarter Adhabar is eight-hour drive from the
capital city and falls on the East-West Mahendra Highway.
Another option is to fly to Simra in Bara district, from where
the reserve headquarters is only seven kilometers away.
Entry Fee Person Per Day :-
For Nepalese Nationals, 20
For SAARC Nationals, Rs.
For Other Foreign Nationals, Rs.
( Note : Entrance fee not required for children under 10 years ).
Filming permit fee ( Documentary
- For Nepalese Nationals, Rs 5000
- For SAARC Nationals, Rs. 25000
- For Other Foreign Nationals, equivalent national currency of
( Per Landing ), Rs. 2000
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