Shuklaphanta National Park is known as the youngest national park of nepal. It was founded in 1969 as a hunting reserve and registered in 1976 as a wildlife reserve with the primary goal of preserving swamp deer. In Shuklaphanta National Park more than 350 species of birds have been reported in the park. Shuklaphanta is home to 46 species of mammals, in which the Royal Bengal Tiger is the most popular. Shuklaphanta National Park is situated in Kanchanpur District’s extreme south-west part of Tarai. The best time to visit the Bardia National Park and Shuklaphanta National Park is from mid-September to mid-December and from the beginning of February through May.