Archive for December, 2011

  • Chitwan National Park Travel Guide and Attractions

    Posted in Asia | December 27, 2011
    Visit this treasure of natural wonders –The Chitwan National Park. With the best location in the south central portion of Nepal, this expanse of around 932 sq. km of beautiful subtropical verdant lowland of the Terai region of Nepal is a great wildlife zone. With the background of the Tikauli forest and the beautiful Rapti River flowing through this lovely land stretching across the foothills of the Mahabharat, this is a lovely wildlife area that was declared the Mrigakunja in the year 1959. The River Rapti’s area was segregated in the year 1963, and it was deemed a sanctuary for the rhinoceros. This was then the country’s first National Park in the year 1973. Then there was another area of around 750 square kilometres that was a buffer  [...]
  • Sagarmatha National Park A UNESCO heritage wonder

    Posted in Asia | December 20, 2011
    With a plethora of glaciers, mountains and valleys, the Sagarmatha national Park comes across as a great haven for the wildlife in the region of Nepal. With the background of the majestic Mt. Everest, the species in this national park include the snow leopard and the very rare Panda. This national park located at the highest tip of the surface of the earth is famous for being a great adventure spot and also a reglious hub. Traversed by the Rivers Dudh Koshi the entire park has the Great Himalayan ranges in the north, with the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China also included here, and goes up to Monjo in the south. With the beautiful landscape which has lovely cut valleys, glaciers and young mountains, the place is a hub for sedimentary rocks  [...]
  • Mudumalai: A gateway to Heaven

    Posted in Asia | December 13, 2011
    Fly to Coimbatore or go by train to Udhagamandalam or to Mysore or just take the National Highway 212 to Gundlupet or the National Highway 67 to Teppakadu. Whatever the mode of transport, reaching Mudumalai is not difficult and is worth the journey. For here in Mudumalai National Park lies the famous tiger reserve and the pristine wildlife sanctuary. Set against the background of the Nilgiri Hills, Mudumalai boasts of greenery only an ignorant person would want to dispute about.  Lying around 160 km to the northwestern part of Coimbatore, Mudumalai actually means the first hills. One of the first Indian wildlife sanctuaries the Mudumalai sanctuary has 5 ranges. They are the Nellakota, the Mudumalai, the Kargudi, the Masinagudi and the Thepakadu. Famous  [...]
  • When Nepal Tourism gets wild – The Bardia National Park

    Posted in Asia | December 6, 2011
    Who doesn’t want to go wild with enjoyment and pleasure in life? And if it is in the virgin surroundings of Nepal, it would be hard to find one tourist who would not want to experience it. So while in Nepal, you are offered the best by Nepal tourism. Whether it is the landmark monument or the beautiful temples here, whether it is the tradition or the culture of the place, Nepal comes across as a pleasant surprise in this corner of the world. Ensconced in the Siwalik Hills, the country of Nepal also gives you the best kind of wildlife not only because of its surroundings and but also due to the natural vegetation found here. The Bardia National Park is one such place that is on the list of Nepal tourism sites to visit. Founded in the year 1988,  [...]