A huge diversity of land exposes Nepal's fascinating diversity with the highest crystal mountains, terraced middle hills and flat plains from north to south. The dense foliage of the southern lowlands offers an exciting jungle safari tour with its rich habitat and population of wildlife a massif wild family. Certain areas of the southern flatlands have been declared as National Parks and wildlife reserves, here let us inform you about some of the greatest jungle safari parks in Nepal.
Royal Chitwan National Park 3 day/ 2night package
In southern Nepal, Chitwan is the richest wildlife reserve in Asia with an area of 932 sq,km. Easy access in 5-6 hours by bus riding or 35 minute short flight from Kathmandu or Pokhara. The home of the indigenous people, the Tharu, and the home of the unique one- horned rhino, majestic Royal Bengal Tiger, Many species of deer, and the largest number of zoological species of local and migrated birds more than 450, Crocodile family with the rare species of Marshmugger, Gharial and numerous flora & Fauna to be discovered. Elephant riding and walking through the woods makes the unique experience of a safari interesting.
Day 01 Arrival & pick up from the bus stop/ Airport welcome drinks, Lunch, briefing of the program, village excursion, Sunset viewing, candle light dinner.
Day 02 Wake up call/tea/ coffee elephant back safari, breakfast, Jungle walk, canoeing, Tharu stick dance and dinner
Day 03 Wake up call / tea / coffee bird watching, breakfast, transfer to bus park/airport & departure.
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve 3 day 2 nights
A recently promoted safari park lies in eastern Nepal. The reserve provides the best opportunity to spot hundreds of rare species of birds and fresh water Dolphins. This reserve is of course, the least explored but also can be combined to the trip to India, which enhances the journey and allows you to enjoy nature.
Day 01 Arrival & pick up from the bus stop/ airport welcome drink, lunch, briefing of the program, excursion by Bullock cart ride, Sunset viewing, Slide show, candle light dinner.
Day 02 Wake up call/ tea/ coffee elephant back safari, breakfast, hiking, canoeing, culture dance and dinner.
Day 03 Wake up call / tea / coffee Jeep drive / bird watching, breakfast transfer to bus park/ airport & departure.
National Park and Conservation fee
Eight areas of Nepal have been designated national parks. They are Langtang, Rara, Royal Chitwan, Sagarmatha (Everest), Shey Phoksondo, Khaptad, Bardia, and Makalu - Barun National Parks. Trekking in any of these national parks areas requires a park permit, which can be obtained at the National Park and Conservation counter office on payment of NRs1000.00 each. Similarly trekkers are required to pay NRs2000.00 for every trekker going into the Annapurna Region. This fee is utilized for environment conservation and maintenance of the area.