Jungle Safari

Whereas the country’s north stands up high with some of the highest mountain peaks in the world, the southern belt preserves very rich and dense tropical and subtropical forests that shelter hundreds of species of wild animals and birds, some of them totally unique to Nepal. Once the most prominent big game hunting area in entire Asia, the jungles of the Terai are now a haven for one-horned rhinoceros, tigers, leopards, sloth bears, wild bison, and more. Explore the jungles either on elephant back, canoe, four-wheeler, or on foot, the experience is just enchanting! On top of that, you will also be bestowed with activities like nature walks, bird watching, excursions, and visit to ethnic villages in and around the national parks.

  • Real Nepal Experience Tour

    • Grade: Easy/Moderate
    • Duration: 12 Days
    • Max Altitude: 3270m

    Highlights Visit architecturally & historically significant Medieval Royal Palace Squares of Kathmandu Valley Feel peace of great Buddhist shrines Capture amazing mountain panorama views Feel glittering mountains just at a […]

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  • Royal Bengal Tiger in Bardia National Park Nepal

    Bardiya National Park Jungle Safari

    • Grade: Easy
    • Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days
    • Max Altitude: 415m

    Bardiya National Park is the largest and off – the – beaten national park of Nepal. Since, very few people visit the National Park area, its originality and the wilderness are still untouched from the modernization and urbanization. It covers the approximate area of 968 sq.km. Sub tropical forest covers the National park. The forest is dominated by Sal trees and other mixed types of vegetation. Bardiya National Park Jungle Safari is a great way to explore the national park.

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  • Chitwan Jungle Safari

    Chitwan Wildlife Jungle Safari

    • Grade: Easy
    • Duration: 2 Nighgts / 3Days

    Chitwan wildlife jungle Safari trip takes you into Chitwan National Park in an exciting way to explore the jungle in a safe, elevated position. It also offers the close-up sight of the one-horn rhino in its natural habitat, numerous species of deer, langur monkeys, wild boar and many more.

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