Mountains in the north of Nepal create a buzz among travelers; in the south, it has a jungle safari, an exotic national park, and several endangered species that draw many tourists. The jungle safari trips are sometimes compared to the worse version of African safaris, and it unquestionably stands out. The Terai, Nepal's southern belt, stretches over 800 kilometers in length and 40 kilometers in width. This low, rich region is home to some lovely subtropical forests, which are now protected as national parks and forest reserves. These forest reserves are home to some strikingly gorgeous wildlife, as well as some that are on the verge of extinction. Royal Chitwan National Park and Royal Bardiya National Park are Nepal's two largest and most impressive national parks, offering a glimpse of Nepal's exotic Jungle Safari.