Ride an elephant through the silent jungle, catching wildlife by surprise. It will be one of the most enduringly memorable experiences of your time in Nepal. The southern region of Nepal, known as the Tarai, is covered with dense tropical jungles teeming with diverse wildlife and exotic birds. The jungles are an hour’s flight from Kathmandu and are also accessible by overland.
Among the 14 national parks and wildlife reserves of the Tarai, Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park are home to an incredible variety of mammals, reptiles, and birds. The former is recognized as the best preserved conservation area in all Asia, with a fascinating range of wildlife roaming free. With their natural habitat well preserved, the animals are thriving. Among these are the endangered species such as the greater one-horned rhinoceros and the most sought after, the Royal Bengal tiger. The many safari lodges in Chitwan and Bardia provide excellent accommodations and facilities for guests to enjoy wildlife activities. See wildlife up-close on an elephant safari or a jeep drive, or take a boat ride or nature walk under the guidance of expert naturalists with years of experience. Each trip is unique, as one never knows what will show up--a bear, a herd of deer, a flock of peacocks, Langur monkeys in the treetops, or a pair of rhinos browsing. Some lucky guests get to see the elusive tiger prowling among the tall grass. Away from the noise and distractions of city life, there is unbelievable peace in the middle of a jungle listening to bird calls and animal sounds. Surrounded by greenery and filled with natural sounds, the mind relaxes and one finds peace in the wilderness. It’s an experience of a lifetime.
Chitwan National Park is one of the most popular and well-known place for Jungle Safari in Nepal, located 155km south from capital city of Kathmandu. The park is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site and it is home of some rare and endanger pieces of wildlife including Royal B..View Details
Chitwan Jungle Safari is a wilderness of wealthy ecosystem that include verities of mammals, Birds, reptiles and Water Animals including some endanger species. The main highlights are Asian one-horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tigers, wild Elephants, Leopards, Deer, Crocodiles, ..View Details
The Bardia National Park is one of the renowned largest National Park located 585 km south-west from Capital city of Kathmandu. Bardia National Park was established as a Royal Hunting Reserve in 1976 and later announced as the Karnali Wildlife Reserve. But in 1982 it was rename..View Details