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Wildlife Safari in Bhutan

Bhutan is a country that is profoundly rich in wildlife, that consists of both fauna and flora species with rare and endangered species counted in. The country has 72% of the area under rich forests that cover almost 10 safeguarded are as widespread in the nation for the conservation of wildlife and also a majorly tourist-oriented place of nature to enjoy and relish throughout the year.

Bhutan Wildlife Safari

The species that you can come across or witness when you are amidst the wildlife enrichment of Bhutan include, Royal Bengal Tigers that are located at an altitude swaying from 3000 to 4000 meters followed by other species like the National animal of Bhutan Takin, Red Panda, Langur, Himalayan Black Bear, Sambar, Wild Pig, Barking Deer, Blue Sheep, and Musk Deer and so on. To conserve them, the government has taken firm steps along with the organization of the yearly park festivals that are aimed at creating awareness for the conservation of the wildlife.

Bhutan is a small country, but the place is both rich in landscapes of nature and also the significance of the species that inhabited here. You can discover a lot of places that count in the Jigme Dorji National Park, Royal Manas National Forest, the Black Mountains National Forest, Phibsoo Wild Animals Sanctuary, Bomdeling Wildlife Sanctuary, Sakteng Wild Animals Sanctuary, Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary, and The Manas Game Sanctuary. The most common wildlife species in Bhutan include Takin, Bharal, Goral, Serow, Musk Deer, Dhole, Binturong, Yellow Throated Marten, Clouded Leopard, Golden Langur and so on.

National Parks Sightseeing in Bhutan

Jigme Dorji National Park: The Jigme Dorji National Park is spread in an area of 4329 sq. km that is the larger conserved ara that covers the entire Gasa dzongkhag as compared to Thimphu, Paro, and Punakha districts. If you are here in this National Park, then you will witness some of the most sought species by the tourists namely, Snow leopard, tiger, blue sheep, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, red panda, etc.

Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park: The Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park is the second-largest conserved National Park that is recognized as the Black Mountain National Park spread over an area of 1723 sq. km that holds a number of habitats along with vast woodlands. Some of the species that you can find here include, tigers, Himalayan black bears, leopards, red pandas, gorals, serows, sambars, wild pigs, gold langurs and amazing 449 species of birds.

TrumshingLa National Park: This national park is a toddler among all others that are located in the central part of the country spread across the 768 sq. km and elevated at a height of 3000 m. This place has a lot of species among which tigers are the most in numbers and existence with the lush green meadows, amazing scenery and dense forests surrounding the tourists.

Royal Manas National Park: The Royal Manas National Park is spread over an area of 1023 sq. km and is famous for being the oldest protected park that inhabitants, more than 362 species of birds and also, tiger, rhinos, buffalos, bears, elephants, hispid hare, golden langur, and much more to count in.

Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary: Set up in the North-Eastern part of the country, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary is spread across 1538 sq. km with a lot of fauna varieties inhabiting in this place namely, snow leopard, blue sheep, tiger, red panda, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, fox, etc. along with 293 species of birds to watch along with the black-necked cranes that prefer the cold plateaus of Tibet.

Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary: The Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary is spread across an area of 650 sq. km that was created to preserve Yeti, named Minogi by the local people staying there. You will get to count on the vivid natural wildlife creatures both fauna and flora species amidst the green atmosphere.

What is the best time to visit Bhutan?

If you want to visit Bhutan National Parks, then the perfect time is during the shoulder seasons of autumn and spring, which is the months from October to December or from April to May. You will find special flowers like rhododendrons bloom during this course of time making it suitable for visit.