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Suklaphanta, smallest National Park of Nepal was declared as a hunting reserve in 1969 and then later on changed as a wildlife reserve in 1976 but from 2017, it was transformed into the national park. Lying in the Terai region of far western Nepal, it is full of open grasslands, forests, riverbeds and tropical wetlands with an area of 305 square kilometers. The elevation of the national park is 174 to 1,386 m (571 to 4547 ft), one of the best examples of floodplain grasslands.
Various activities can be carried out such as jungle safari, bird watching, take a glimpse of diverse flora and fauna, jeep safari, sightseeing and so on, alike Chitwan National Park. You can also enjoy the typical Tharu cultural dance whilst dining with the locals. However, it sees few numbers of visitors but the exciting part is that you will get to explore the unexplored and therefore have a unique experience.
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1350 m/ 4429.1ft
Safari is something that will always surprise you either it is jeep safari or jungle safari as you can experience the unexpected incidents and will get to feel a little adventure too. You can do everything in this trip from jungle sightseeing to safari, from a cultural visit to trekking and from bird watching to photography in wetlands and grasslands and of course, there will be the mere number of people so you can enjoy your own presence.