Shukla Phanta Jungle wildlife reserve is situated in the extreme south-west of Nepal. The name of the park is derived from the largest of grasslands known as Sukla Phanta. The Sukla Phanta park area is 155 sq kms and would be 305 sq kms after the completion of its extension. Sukla Phanta's grassland is one of the last remaining habitats for such threatened animals as the hispid hare and the pygmy hog. Besides these, Sukla Phanta is the stronghold for another endangered animal- the barasingha, or swamp deer.
Other wildlife of the park included are spotted deer seen in large numbers, hog deer, nilgai, wild dog, jackal, porcupine etc. The Sukla Phanta park and the adjoining forest is the territory of small number of tigers which because of open terrain are not uncommon to sight on the prowl. Wild elephants have also been sighted in the park.
A stop at the Rani Tal would be an exciting experience. This small lake attracts birds and animals alike. Herons, ducks, storks, kingfishers and egrets vie for food and swamp deer wallow at the edges. From a nearby machan one can watch thousands of water fowl mingling on the lake surface while hundreds of swamp deer grazing at the water-edge in the evening light. The experience is unique.
Shukla Phanta Jungle Safari is a wild life safari tour which helps to explore wild life of Shuklaphanta and to find out the life style of an ethnic group of Tarai called ‘Rana Tharu’. Rana Tharu were in the Kailali and Kanchanpur districts of the far western Nepal Terai also in some parts of India. Rana Tharu claim Rajput origin, and there culture is little different than other Tharu Culture.
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Tharu village where you can see the life style of Rana Tharu people, the local residence people of Terai.
Wake up, Breakfast – cycling through the Rana Tharu Village to Mahakali River which is the Longest River in the Nepal, Lunch, Elephant Safari, Dinner