7 wildlife reserves in Bhutan- Every adventure seeker would love to visit

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    Alina Desai

    If you are an animal lover and want to meet and enjoy them with your own eyes then Bhutan is the ultimate place for you!

    What differentiates a traveler from any other human being is the excitement to explore a new place, new species, new people and new delicacies every day. It is true that nobody can deny the fact that visiting wildlife sanctuaries or parks are an exciting experience. So this is where you will find some of the exotic wildlife sanctuaries in Bhutan itself, which are known for the rare flora and fauna of the region.

    The list is exciting, let’s take a look!

    1. Jigme Dorji National Park:

    This is known to be the largest national park in Bhutan. The park is so vast that it can cover 5 districts of Bhutan. It is the environment of numerous wildlife species living together for you to experience and witness every sort of species.

    Area covered: 4329 square kilometers

    Best time to visit: February to May

    August to November

    Must see: Snow Leopard, Tigers, Red Panda, Musk Deer, Goral, etc

    Safari cost: INR 150

    2. Thrumshingla National Park:

    This national park lies between Bumthang and Mongar. It also protects the temperate forests of fir and chir pine. The scenic beauty, dense vibrant forests and alpine meadows add an extra charm to it. Also, seeing the rare species is an attractive feature of this reserve!

    Area covered: 768 square kilometers

    Best time to visit: April to June

    October to November

    Must see: Himalayan black bear, Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Royal Bengal tiger, Langur, etc

    3. Royal Manas National Park:

    Being one of the oldest protected areas in the country it is also known as Bhutan’s Crown Jewel! It was upgraded to the status of a national park making it one of the best Bhutan tourist attractions. You can spot numerous wildlife species and some rare ones too if you are lucky enough.

    Bhutan Amazing cultural Tour cost standard is set by the royal government and all the tour operators strictly follow the traffic standard. Best times to visit Bhutan are March to mid-June and September to November when it is basically warm, dry and sunny. http://www.astertoursandtravel.com/

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