Nepal is a world in itself. The small country of Nepal sandwiched between India and China houses a total of 9 national parks, 6 conservation areas, 3 wildlife reserves and a hunting reserve covering an impressive total of 28,999 square kilometer and 19.75 of the country’s total land area. Nepal’s rich bio-diversity makes it one of the best eco-tourism destinations in the whole world. Just like the Himalayans are famed throughout for the unforgettable trekking and mountaineering experiences, the tropical forests of the lowland, Terai, are just as famous for the exquisite jungle safari experiences it provides.
The parks and reserves areas are mainly covered by dense Sal forests resulting in a coherent mix of riverine forests, savannah and grasslands. Due to this, the visitors will be witness a great variety of wildlife. The visitors can experience the mystic of these beautiful forests on an elephant’s back or in a 4WD along with an expert naturalist to see exotic animal and birds in their natural habitat.
The jungle safari package doesn’t only include sightseeing but also nature walks, bird watching, canoe rides as well. We can also go on a quick excursion or organize a short tour around the villages of the indigenous people. Another highlight will be experiencing and watching the unique culture and traditions of people living in the region. The most famous jungle safari packages available in the country are Chitwan Jungle Safari and Bardia Jungle Safari.
Lying in the south-central Nepal, Chitwan National Park is undoubtedly the most popular and just as fabulous wildlife sanctuary in the country. The national park was listed under UNESCO’s world heritage sites in 1984 AD. During the safari, visitors can have sightings of the very rare Royal Bengal Tiger, one-horn rhino, leopards and wild cats, boars, alligators and langur monkeys to name a few. We can also witness over 400 species of exotic birds while on a bird watching trip and take on a canoe ride in the beautiful Rapti River and watch the rare Gharial crocodiles residing in its banks. You can take a bus to chitwan or a flight from Kathamndu.
The largest national park in Nepal, Bardiya National Park lies in the far-western lowlands of the Terai region in Nepal. The park is one of nation’s most unexploited providing visitors with a sense of wilderness amidst the city chaos. It is a habitat to endangered species such as wild elephants, The Royal Bengal tiger, black bucks, swamp deer, Gharial crocodiles and Gangetic dolphins. Witnessing the huge migratory herds of wild elephants from India to a wide variety of exotic birds, the Bardiya wildlife safari will be a memorable one in all aspects. Visitors can indulge in fun activities like canoe ride, elephant safari, and jungle walk among others. You can also visit the neighboring villages and learn about the unique culture and tradition of people living in the region. You can take a bus from Kathmandu to a flight to Bardiya to start Bardiya Jungle Safari
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