Beeshazari Taal-20,000 Lake, being situated outside the park boundary, it doesn’t require special park permit, and can be done own self or with the help of nature guide. It’s an extensive oxbow lake system located at the Bufferzone area, a protected area in the inner Terai of central Nepal. This lake was listed in Ramsar site since 2003, and is popularly known as bird-watching spot. The lakes is at the center of Barandabhar Corridor Forest, which is the prominent natural corridor that links Siwalik Hills of the park to Mahabharat Range which extends up to Annapurna Range in the north and Valmikinagar Wildlife Sanctuary to the south in India. The forested wetland provides excellent habitat as a waterhole and wildlife corridor for critically endangered and vulnerable species including Bengal Tiger, Sloth bear, Crocodiles, Deers, One-horned Rhinocerous and many more.
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