5 Thing To do In Valmiki National Park in 2020

 


5 Thing To do In Valmiki National Park in 2020 


1. Nature Walk
2. Border Trek
3. Jungle Camp
4. Tiger Trail
5. Watchtowers


1. Nature Walk


The rich wildlife and the diverse topography makes for a wonderful nature walks through the forests. The volunteers are taken on a guided walking tour spanning 4 - 5 kms to give them an idea on the flourishing ecosystem of the forests. These groups of 5 - 6 people are guided by professionals and children below the age of 15 years are not allowed. It is a must experience activity when at the sanctuary to witness the plenteous flora and fauna, and to be awed at the grand and cosy forests brimming with wondrous bounteous nature.

2. Border Trek


Located at the brink of the India- Nepal border with the Someshwar Range as the border between the two countries, the wildlife sanctuary provides facilitates beautiful treks in the region. From the top of the hill peaks, one can take a mesmerising bird's eye view of the tiger reserve and the national park, in addition to the parallely located Chitwan National Park in Nepal. The trek is a day long activity, conducted from 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Besides testing your fitness agility and grit, the trek takes you through a wonderland of steep slopes, settling riverines, meandering streams and along narrow passes in the forests. The package includes packed meals en-route. This trek is conducted in groups of 10 - 15 people led by a professional guide. Children below the age of 15 years are not allowed.

3. Jungle Camp


This is one of the most thrilling activities at the camp which is conducted in the anti-poaching camps or in one of the watchtowers. The package includes beds, spot lights and night vision devices. Special care is taken not to disturb the natural habitat of the plants and animals. Midnight creeks and howls of the wild animals is sure to get up your adrenaline rush. In a group, 2 - 4 people can be accommodated and children below 15 years are not allowed.

4. Tiger Trail

 

One of the most exciting highlight of Valmiki National Park is the Tiger trail activity. The trek starts early at dawn in supervision of the tiger trekkers where you follow the trails walked by the king of the forest- Bengal tigers. In case it is your lucky day, you might get to see a kill or the spoils of the tigers. The trek is also very informative where the participants are taught how to identify various pugmarks, scratches and scents. The group consists of 4 - 6 participants and children below 15 years are not allowed.

5. Watchtowers


There are several wooden watchtowers housed in the forests from where the tourists can take a peek into the privacy of the wild life. Besides the towers offer enchanting views of the rivers, the confluence and the majestic Himalayan ranges. These watchtowers are also installed at Thori, Bajani, Singha Sonbarsa, Bherihari and Bhaluthapa.

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