Shuklaphanta National Park has been opened for internal and external tourists

The park has been conducting jungle safari, jungle walks, rafting, camping, and Fishing since September 29 in compliance with the health standards set by the government.

In Shuklaphanta National Park, tourists visit a herd of rhinos, elephants, rhinos, and 36 species of mammals, 12 species of reptiles, 20 species of amphibians, 24 species of fish, 35 species of butterflies, and 450 species of birds.

Shukla Phanta National Park was managed as a hunting reserve at the beginning of in1969. It has been gazetted as a Wildlife Reserve in 1976 and as National Park currently (2017), covering an area of 305 sq. km. It lies in the extreme southwestern section of Nepal’s Terai in Kanchanpur District. The National Park shares a common boundary with the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh in the south and west which is formed by the Mahakali (Sarda)river, a major tributary of the Ganges. It is bordered on the eastern side by the Chaudhar River and to the north by a forest belt and cultivations. A total of 24 mammal species are recorded by Schaff (1978b), a total of 350 species of birds of which 180 are breeding species (Inskipp, 1989), Bhatt and Shrestha (1977) provide an annotated list of 14 species of fish, Schaaf (1978b) recorded 10 species of ectoparasites and biting flies