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Bihar National Parks

It is said and believed that Bihar is a favorite tourist destination for many wildlife enthusiasts and vivid adventurer from around the globe. The world's first tiger census was carried out in the national park of Bihar. Truly a splendid home for wildlife, this is country's only hideout for wolves, with numerous species of endangered animals and bird species that shelter in the dense national parks of Bihar. In the national parks of Bihar, the numbers of few endangered species have increased over the last few years, because special initiatives have been taken to maintain the fragile ecosystem and its animals. The national parks of this state are not only renowned for the wild beasts it has but also for the picturesque and scenic backgrounds it possess. The Bihar National Parks jungle safaris are one of the best in the country, providing excellent jungle exploration to visitors and eager wildlife buffs. The national parks here have a wide collection of animals that reside in just perfect wilderness. There are two national parks in Bihar, which are Valmiki National Park and Belta National Park.
 
Valmiki National Park is located in the West Champaran district of Bihar, India which serves as one of several tiger reserves. Spread in a total area of 880.78 sq. km, Valmiki Tiger Reserve is the 18th Tiger Reserve of the country and second in Bihar. One of the most magnificent part of Bihar's Valmiki National Park is that it borders the Royal Chitwan National Park of Nepal and also offer wildlife enthusiasts with the breathtaking backdrop of the great Himalayan Mountains.

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Approaching Tiger at Valmiki National Park, Bihar