Jungle Safari in Nepal

The heavily forested Terai region lies towards the southern belt of Nepal. The Sub-tropical jungles are teeming with a great variety of rare wildlife and vegetation.

Sitting safely on the back of an elephant, with the highly endangered Bengal Tiger in front of ones eyes is probably for everyone a thrilling experience. Comes as closer as it is on television when you suddenly walk up against a huge impressive rhino or recognize crocodile shims gleaming underneath your wooden carved canoe. Surprising adventures are never to be forgotten, you can experience them in one of our wild safaris.

Chitwan national park, unique in terms of rare species and fascinating Tharu tribes. Or Bardia national park, one of world's most untounched natural reserves; both will encounter you with a teeming variety of wildlife, birds and incredible collection of other rare species of flora and fauna. Within this area is one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries in Asia.

Chitwan National Park
Chitwan national park is situated in southwestern Nepal and covers 932 sq. km. This is Nepal's first famous national park for the wildlife safaris. You can see wild elephant; white footed gaur (the world's largest wild cattle), leopards, wild boar, sloth bear and several species of deer including the spotted, barking, samber and hog deer. It is the home of the one-horned rhinoceros and harbors one of the largest populations of the elusive and rare Royal Bengal tigers. The swampy areas and numerous ox-bow lakes are a prefect for marsh crocodiles. The park hosts 450 species of birds. The Tharu people who have unique cultural traditions. In Chitwan there are many hotels inside and outside of the park. Usually visitors spend 3 days and 2 nights, but it is also possible to stay longer if you desire.

Bardia National Park
Established in 1984, this park is situated in Nepal's western Terai. It covers 968 sq. km. The park offers a variety of experiences in its vast undisturbed wilderness. About 70% of the forest consists of sal trees (which are used for the beautifully carved windows in Kathmandu) with a mixture of grassland and riverine forest. The park is home to endangered animals such as the Bengal tiger, wild elephant, great One-horned rhinoceros, swamp deer, and black buck. Other endangered species include gharial crocodile, marsh mugger and Gangetic dolphin, 200 species of birds and several species of snakes can also be seen in the park. Certain ethnic groups live in the park as well and you can experience their culture and traditions.

The Jungle Safari Offers You :
Elephant safari
Elephant safari is one of the best ways to explore the jungle. The tour enables you to enter into the dense forest and tall grassland to view animals species and birds. Here, you will have great opportunity to photograph the animals from close quarters.

Jungle drive
A Jeep safari through the jungle provides more game spotting opportunities than might be expected otherwise because it goes deeper into the jungle, usually beyond the beaten track. A thrilling tour in a four wheel drive into the heart of the park will enable you to view some of the rarest species of animals, birds etc. You can also visit the observation Tower for viewing the enchant movements of the animals in the wilderness. The jeep can be diverted to visit the crocodile breeding farm as well.

Jungle walk
Jungle walk is another way of experience the wilderness. Our trained naturalist will take you across the flowing water of the Rapti River and the prime areas of the park to view nature's gifts like wild species of animal and birds blended with the surrounding flora and fauna. Early morning and late afternoon walk is the best to avoid mid day heat.

Bird watching
The parks are well known as a paradise for the birds. Some 450 species of resident and migratory birds have been recorded so far. You may encounter many of them, while making this tour. Other species like the Giant Hornbill, Lesser Frolic and the paradise Flycatcher will also attract your attention when your are traveling along the banks of the Rapti River.

Village tour
Village tours allow visitors to experience a stay in a typical Nepali village. This gives visitors an opportunity to observe the rich Nepalese cultural tradition from the closer quarter and intermingle with locals.

Culture program
The cultural program is the another way to enjoy and make meaningful contrast of visit. The drumbeat and the agile breathtaking stick dance performed by the Tharus people. Their rhythmic movements and the exciting drumbeat may urge you to join them in their performances�.

Canoe Trip
A typical hand made Canoe will take you along the famous Rapti River where you will encounter the Harmless Gharial and the mud drenched crocodile, basking in the sun at the River banks. Moreover, many aquatic birds can be seen on the way.

Ox- cart ride
For those who love old ethnic traditional way of transportation, we have an Ox- cart. This will give you an experience of the unique mode of transport, while riding on the old dirt roads of the nearby Tharu village.

 

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