Dang is located at inner Terai in mid-western Nepal. The district covers 2,955 km² with a population of 548,141. Ghorahi is the district’s headquarters and largest city while Tulsipur to the west is a transportation hub and Rapti Zone’s administrative center. There are various temples and gumbas in Dang district. This region has the majority of individuals of the Tharu ethnicity. The steep, nearly uninhabited southern slopes of the Mahabharat range are another cultural buffer zone between traditional.
Places To Vist
Bardia national park: Banke National Park is the newest protected area of Nepal established in 12th July 2010. Bardia national park extends over 550 square kilometers in Banke district and its buffer zone, 343 square kilometers, encompasses components of Banke, Dang, and Salyan districts. The Park is connected to Kamdi corridor that joins Suhelwa Wildlife Sanctuary in India through national and community forests towards the south. it’s connected with Bardia national park towards the west that additional links with Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary in India via Khata corridor, national forest, and community forests. In fact, the institution of this park for the conservation of wild tigers, a vulnerable wildlife species, reflects the commitment of the government of Nepal towards diverseness conservation at the landscape level.
Katarniaghat wildlife Sanctuary: Snuggled on the Indo-Nepal border the Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary has been a serious highlight of the region due to the view of the ‘Project Tiger’. It’s a protected area, spanning across a humongous 154.7 square miles and well into the neighboring country of Nepal. aside from its unbelievable wildlife the Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary is standard for being home to precious wood like teak and saal among others.