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Jungle Safari Tour in Nepal

The southern plain of Nepal is covered with dense tropical forests which are popular for Jungle safari tours. The forests are teemed with fascinating wildlife and exotic birds. The one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, crocodile and Himalayan black bear are the most popular wild species that make their habitat here. Nepal covers 800 species of colorful birds out of 10% of the world total species. Among the __ national parks and wildlife reserves in Nepal, Chitwan National Park to the southwest of Kathmandu is the most popular. Other renowned safari spots are Bardia National Park and Suklaphanta National Park in the far west and Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve in the east of Nepal which is special for bird watching tour. All these parks are conveniently connected by land transport or air.

Chitwan Safari Package

Chitwan Jungle safari tour package activities we provide in Chitwan National Park encompasses a most unique ecosystem in the world, containing the Churia hill range, Ox-bow lakes, slow and meandering river system, and flood plains of the Rapti, reu and Narayani rivers at a mere 70 m above sea level. Dominated by species of Sal forests, the park is carpeted by 50 types of Sabai and ‘elephant grasses’ (Sacchrum).

Tiger in bardia

Bardia Safari 04 Nights 05 days

Duration: 05 days

Grade: Easy

The Bardia National Park is spread over 968 sq km and located in the western Terai on the eastern bank of the Karnali river. The park is the largest and most undistributed protected area in the Terai and is home to the endangered Royal Bengal tiger and Nepal’s famous one-horned rhinoceros.

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve Safari Tour

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, gazetted in 1976, was established mainly to preserve the habitat for the remaining population (a little over 160) of rare wild water buffaloes. The reserve extends 175 sq. km. to the north of the one kilometre-long barrage that spans the Koshi River.

Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve

This wildlife reserve is situated in the extreme southwest of Nepal. The name of the park is derived from the largest of these grasslands, which is known as Sukla Phanta. The park area is 155 sq kms and would be 305 sq kms after the completion of its extension.