Jungle Safari in Nepal
No excursion to Nepal is complete without being a jungle safari. The verdant landscapes of Nepal offers shelters to more than 180 species of mammals and 30 species of wild animals including tiger, rhinoceros, crocodile, red panda, snow leopard, gaur bovine, Himalayan black bear, four honed antelope, hog deer, chital, striped hyena, barking deer, sambar, bob cats, antelopes, elks, sloth bear, langur, palm civet, pangolin, rhesus macaque monkeys, tortoises and Gangetic dolphin, in addition to reptiles such as python, monitor lizard, cobra and green pit viper among various other species that have made Nepal as their habitat.
Nepal has a diverse topography. While the northern region of the country is adorned with the sky touching monolithic mountain peaks, the tropical forests of the Terai region offers some of the richest wildlife habitats in the South-eastern Asian subcontinent. Every year millions of wildlife enthusiasts from every corner of the world come to Nepal to be a part of the glorious wild life in the region. The country has well maintained 16 national parks, wild life reserves, sanctuaries and conserves that occupy almost 16% of the total geographical area of the country.
Nepal is the one of the best regions in the world to explore and analyze the wild animals in their unadulterated natural habitat. The most famous wild life parks and reserves in the region include the Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Royal Chitwan National Park, Royal Bardia National Park, Shivapuri National Park, Royal Sukhlaphanta wildlife Reserve, Makalu Barun National Park, Sagarmatha National Park, Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, Annapurna Conservation Area, Royal Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park and Manaslu Conservation Area among others.
Jungle Safari in Nepal is an exciting experience and it is not only restricted to watching wild animals in the wilderness. Nepal is also home to over 600 species of birds and 800 species of butterflies. There are dedicated tours ranging from 1 day to a week that include camping, trekking and bonfires. The jungle safari includes canoe rides on the turbulent rivers, elephant rides, nature walks in the wilderness and tour to villages to get a taste of the traditions and cultures of the local people. With comfortable resorts and lodges spread all over the wilderness, jungle safari experience in Nepal is one of the best ways to get up, close and personal with nature.
Nepal Tours Packages
Chitwan Jungle Safari
Royal Chitwan National Park was declared Natural Heritage Site in 1979. The Chitwan National park is situated in southern central Nepal Covering an area of 932-sq-kms the park includes hilly areas of the Shiwalik range covered by deciduous Sal forest...Read More
Duration: 3 Days
Trip Cost: USD 160.00
Bardia Jungle safari
Bardia National Park is largest and most undisturbed wildlife area of the Terai region of the Nepal. Located in Nepal's western plain lands, east of the Karnali River, covering an area of about 968 sq. km, it is home of many endangered species...Read More
Duration: 3 Days
Trip Cost: USD 675.00
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