Suklaphanta jungle safari is an interesting tour that is located in the southwestern lowland Terai. The wildlife reserve established in 1976 Covers 305 Sq Km. land. It lies in the Kanchenpur district with an altitude of 90 m to 270 m above the sea. The reserve was the Royal Hunting Reserve in 1969. To approach the reserve drive the 695 km Kathmandu to Mahendranagar, then, drive the 8 km to the headquarter, Majhgaon. Fly from Kathmandu to Dhangadi in one hour, then drive the 60 km to the Mahendranagar and drive the 8 km to the Majhgaon. People come from the Banbasa (India) which is the nearest border with the Mahendranagar then drive 8 km to the Majhgaon.
Suklaphanta jungle safari offers to visit the home of 350 species of birds, including Sarus Crane, flycatcher, egrets, strokes, eagle, herons, grass owl, warblers, swamp Francolin, Bengal florican and peacock. The 21 species of fish include mahseer, tenger, and rohu. There are python, cobra and marsh mugger and gharial crocodile, barking deer, wild elephant (50), Royal Bengal Tiger (35), swamp deer, wild boar, jackal, leopard, monkey and one-horned rhinoceros. The dense forest has a grassland with the sal khaer and sissau trees. Enjoy the Nanda Devi Himal (7817 m, India) to the north on a clear day.
Suklaphanta jungle safari offers elephant riding. place to see the wildlife. Visit the Singphal Temple (Shiva Temple), river, wetland, lake, pond, stream and Machan (view tower) to explore the wildlife. The Tharu people are the indigenous ethnic group with their unique culture and lifestyle. Suklaphanta translates white grassland. The white grass blooms in winter. The grass, heteropogon contortus and Imperata cylindrica are used for thatch roofs. There are jungle lodges. October to March is the best time to visit. The summer temperature remains 40° Celsius in here. Contact with Yeti Trail Adventure for the safari package.