In today’s world there are many types of tourism. Among which Animal tourism is another popular tourism. There are different species all over the world with their own characteristics and own living style. For example we cannot find the Himalayan animals at desert. These days everything gets explored with the help of social media. Animal tourism can be defined as a trip to destinations with the purpose to observe various species of fauna , this kind of tourism includes niche market such as a bird watching and the exploring of aquatic and also a land animals.
This type of tourism offers the observation of wildlife, hunting of different type of animals which will be provided by the hunting resort area. And observation of different species found in Nepal in the central zoo. And also this tourism in Nepal will help you for the survey of animals and birds and their research too. Because in Nepal you can find more than 185 species of mammals. Terai dence exotic forest is the home for animals like Asiatic Elephants, one Horn Rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal tiger and many animals which Nepal is famous for. Rhesus monkey, langur, hyena, jackal, wild boar, antelope, wild cat, wolf, sloth bear, chital or spotted deer and barking deer. Wild buffalo locally called “Arna” is found in the Koshi Tappu region. The western Tarai jungles of Suklaphanta are home to the swamp deer, while the endangered blackbucks are found in the Bardia region. More than 850 species of bird have been recorded to yet. The hills around the valley especially Nagarjun, Godavari and Phulchowki are popular birding areas. Phulchowki at 2,760 m boasts about 90 bird species including the endemic spiny babbler, which was thought to be extinct until it was spotted in Nepal. Another rare species of bird, the red-headed trogan, was also sighted here in April 2000. Taudaha lake on the outskirts of Kathmandu is popular for migrant water fowl during the winter. Nepal has two indigenous species of crocodile one which eats fish, gharial with a long narrow shout and the marsh mugger which is omnivorous which eats anything they grab. Snakes like Cobras, Kraits, Vipers, the Indian Python and many species of reptiles are found in Nepal.