This data set displays 9 forest corridors on the Nepalese side of the Terai Arc Landscape (TAL). Corridors are defined as existing forests connecting current Royal Bengal tiger meta-populations in Nepal and India.The TAL is spread over 4.95 million hectares, linking 14 transboundary protected areas across Nepal and India. This landscape has the second largest population of rhinos, one of the highest densities of tiger populations, and is home to the Asiatic elephant. In Nepal, TAL encompasses 2.31 million hectares extending over 14 districts and includes 75 percent of the remaining forests of lowland Nepal. In addition, TAL was recognized as a WWF Global 200 ecoregion and spans three Ramsar sites and two World Heritage Sites.