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Wild Life & Jungle Safari in Nepal

Wildlife Safari: For those who wish to experience the natural environment at its best there is no better place to visit than Nepal. The outdoor adventure sports into the wilderness to see wild animals, birds and natural beauty. You ride on an elephant's back or on a four wheeler jeep accompanied by a fully trained guide (also known as expert Naturalists) for the love of nature and animals. In Nepal, Chitwan and Bardia are two hot dishes on the menu. Pick Chitwan as this is Nepal's most popular National Park offering excellent opportunity to see Royal Bengal Tigers, One horned Rhino, crocodile and thrilling wilderness experience into its deep and thick jungle. Pick Bardia also, as this is another National Park, which offers excellent jungle safari. Here too you can ride on an elephant or a take four wheel to discover some of Nepal's unspoiled natural habitats.
Jungle safari in Nepal is one of the most amazing trips in Nepal, as it is a country of exceptional biodiversity and a beautiful natural environment. The tropical jungles of the Terai preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. Nepal has 16 national parks, wildlife reserves and conservation areas, occupying 16 percent of its total geographical area. Nepal offers scenic views of some of the rarest and most endangered wild-lives on earth in these jungles. Jungle Safari in Nepal can be a very amazing experience for any visitors to stay in these parks and take part and organize jungle safari and other activities in the areas. It’s a great way to relax after a trek to soak up with environment of green jungles. It is great place to spend holidays with family members organize jungle safari and wildlife adventure trip. Nepal is not only the home of the highest and the most magnificent peaks in the world but also the tropical jungles of the Terai that preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent.
The southern lowlands of the country are known as ‘Terai’. This area is covered with dense tropical jungles and is home to thousands of birds and animal species, including some of the world's most exotic and endangered species. Due to increases in population, deforestation, and illegal poaching, the natural habitats of animals like One-Horned Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Blue Bull, and the Gharial Crocodile are being destroyed, and leading these creatures to extinction.

Most jungle safari consists of canoe rides on the jungle’s rivers, nature walks, birds watching excursions and quick Tours around the villages to discover unique culture and traditions of the local village people.It has a particularly rich flora and fauna. The variety of animals found in Chitwan Jungle still includes the endangered Royal Bengal Tigers, one horned-rhinoceros, four-horned antelope, striped hyena, bison, Gangetic dolphin, gharial crocodile, reptiles, rhesus monkeys, and sloth bears. There are over four hundred different species of birds including marsh mugger peckers and others that make their home here. Highlights of the Chitwan Jungle Park are elephant rides to see the elusive Royal Bengal Tigers, one-horned rhinos and other animals; dugout canoe trips to see Gangetic dolphins, gharial crocodiles and the scenery; bird watching; a tour of the Tharu village to explore their culture and to see how they live. The Tharus also come to the resorts to present their traditional song and stick dance performance, and lastly play and bath with elephants in the Narayani River.
Visitors will be taken to the heart of the jungle on elephant back or four-wheel drive to view wild animals in their natural habitat. The activity of Nepal Jungle Safari includes canoeing, nature walks, bird watching, excursions, and visit to an ethnic Tharu village in the Jungle Safari Park. There are 14 national parks and wildlife reserves in the Kingdom. The most sought upon of these are Royal Chitwan National Park, Koshitappu Wildlife Reserve, Suklaphanta wildlife and Royal Bardiya National Park.

We are in contact with major safari operators in the country .If you are interested, to visit  Koshi Tappu wildlife, Suklaphata wildlife and RoyalBardiya wildlife,  you can contact us for rates and other information.
What to bring?
Binoculars, Flashlight, A jacket or sweater from November through February. Lightest clothing with sunglasses and hats from April onwards. Pants should be worn during elephant rides. Bright colors such as red and white should be avoided since those colors have been known to upset the rhinos. Comfortable walking shoes are essential. Please carry only the bare necessities but not jewelers and valuable items. During the warmer months swimming suits are recommended

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