Banke National Park

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Notable: Animals
Entertainment Types: Park
Ticket Price: Rs. 20 Each

Banke National Park is located in the Lumbini Province of Nepal and was established in 2010 as Nepal’s tenth national park after its recognition as a “Gift to the Earth”. The park covers an area of 550 km², with most parts falling on the Churia range, and is surrounded by a buffer zone of 344 km² in the districts of Banke, Salyan, and Dang. Together with the neighboring Bardia National Park, the protected area of 1,518 km² represents the Tiger Conservation Unit (TCU) Bardia-Banke. The vegetation in Banke National Park is composed of at least 113 tree species, 107 herbal species, and 85 shrub and climber species. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including tigers, rhinoceroses, elephants, and leopards. Visitors can enjoy jungle safaris, bird watching, and cultural tours in the nearby Tharu villages.

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