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Nepal Safari

Nepal Safari is the best safari in the world to discover the best of viewing flora and fauna and the original local people and culture along with watching wild animals and scenery. There is a natural and beautiful environment in Nepal, the full range of the earth’s topography and climate zones are found within its areas of 147,181 square kilometers. including a wide range of ecosystems from the tropical jungles of the Terai to the arctic conditions of Himalaya highlands. Nepal’s rich bio-diversity renders it an ideal eco-tourism destination.

The southern plain of Nepal is covered with dense tropical forests that are famous for Nepal safari. The woods have teamed with fascinating wildlife and exotic birds. During the Jungle Safari Tour in Nepal, you will discover the ideal situation of viewing the jungle scenery, birds and animals, and the local indigenous people, their colorful traditions, unique dress, and languages. You will have a chance to enter the jungle and view some of the rarest and most endangered wildlife on earth.

Nepal is best for a jungle safari tour

Nepal is astonishingly rich in natural beauty and green vegetation. The country’s potential outsmarts most of the other ones in producing herbs, medicines, and paper sheets. The presence of the Himalayas, abundant amount of water resources, temperate climatic conditions, and a wide range of altitudes make it a very suitable kingdom for vegetation. Being rich in large varieties of flora is just an introductory impression for tourism in the country. There are far better reasons too, for being a spotlight in the globe in the context of world tourism.

Currently, 6,000 species of flowering plants and about 4,000 species of non – flowering plants have been found in the country. For the sake of their preservation, numerous National Parks, Wildlife Reserves, and Conservational Areas are still in the run. Our Nepal Jungle Safari Tour provides access to these areas where diversity of flora and fauna are widespread throughout. During the tour, visitors will have chances to be overwhelmed by the luxuriant environment and lots of birds and animals to see. Apart from them, we’ll be doing the carrying out the following activities.

Jungle Safari Tour in Nepal has never been disappointing to anyone ever in the history of the country’s tourism affairs. Visitors have always loved the way Nepal has reflected amenities to them. If you are really looking forward to making the experience of such kind, we wish you a happy holiday in Nepal.

Chitwan National park

Chitwan National Park is the most popular destination for experience such kinds of tours in our Nepal safari package. It is the first National Park of Nepal, which was established in 1973 and covers about 932 square kilometers of area. Ample amounts of vegetation, fauna, mammals, and birds are found in the region. About 70% of the area is covered with Sal trees and about 700 species of wild lives are found there including 68 species of mammals and 543 species of birds. These factors have boosted tourism in the region to a completely new level. Even photographers, bird watchers, and explorers have labeled the place as paradise.

Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve is the best in Nepal safari

Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve has engraved a position itself as a birdwatchers’ glory. It opens as a wildlife reserve in 1976 to protect the last remaining population of Asiatic Wild Buffaloes in Nepal. Occur in the area of Terai of eastern Nepal covering 175 km sq. of wetlands in the Sunsari. It is in Saptari as well as the Udayapur districts. The areas of the Koshi is mainly grassland with patches of scrub and deciduous riverine forest. The prominent Koshi barrage on the southern side of the sanctuary has creates a water reservoir where thousands of migrating waders and wildfowl take rest. Within this stretch, many birds and mammals are here. As a result that offers the experience of a lifetime.

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is located on the overflowing expanse of the Sapta Koshi River, Nepal’s biggest river that flows through here. In this Nepal safari, we see The Wild Buffalo, the Blue Bull, and the Gangetic Dolphin are also predominant features of the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. More than Three hundred birds are available at the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve for birdwatchers. With the internationally endanger Swamp Partridge. A wide range of faunal species inhabits the protected area. In its watercourses and ponds, 200 species of fish are here. Also, most of them are residents. Two toad species, nine frog species, six lizard species, five snake species, 11 turtle species are here. Gharial and Mugger crocodiles occur as well.

This place is a birds paradise

Koshi Tappu offers activities to guests that include a morning jungle walk by the river lagoons and wetlands in this Nepal safari package, We also do canoe ride, slide shows, bird watching, cultural dances, and also visit different village settlements. Makalu, the world’s fifth highest mountain, can be glimpsed on a bright day. We are sure that these highlights will push your heart to start the trip to Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. Baraha Chhetri, located 5 km north of Chatara.

It is also the site of an annual religious festival and is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists. We can visit from November to February as many birds from Siberia and Tibet migrate here at that time. The beautifully decorated homes and their way of living of the Tharu people, which is not affected by western influence, can be an exciting part of the tour. It also serves as an ideal location to break the journey while en-route to Sikkim & Darjeeling and Bhutan and have a brief relaxing stay.

Parsa Wildlife Reserve

Parsa Wildlife Reserve is in the south-central part of Nepal and the best place for Nepal safari. It opens in 1984 and covering an area of 499 km sq. The dominant landscape of the wildlife reserve. As the foothills are very porous, water flows underground and surfaces at a distance of about 15 km from the base of the hill. We can find the subtropical forest types with Sal forest constituting about 90% of the plant.  There are lots of Chir pine which grows in the churiya Hill similarly, Khair, Sisal, and Silk cotton trees occur along watercourses.

The Parsa Wildlife Reserve supports a good population of resident wild elephants in Nepal safari. We can have a chance to see the  Tiger, leopard, sloth bear, gaur, blue butt as well as wild dog. We can also encounter with chital, hog deer, barking deer, languor, striped hyena rattle, palm civet, jungle cat, for our Nepal safari package here. There are also more than 300 species of birds in the reserve. Giant hornbill, peafowl, red jungle fowl, flycatchers, woodpeckers, etc. Many kinds of snakes like the king cobra, common cobra, krait, rat snake, pythons are located in reserve due to the hot tropical climate.

This is the largest protected area in Nepal

Being the largest protected area in the whole country. It widens from Siwalik hills form a natural boundary. from the Human settlements of the Parsa area to the adjacently west of this wildlife reserve is Chitwan National Park. Parsa wildlife UIt has also religious value. The. Kailas Bhatia is at the top of a hill and is of religious importance. It also houses two small temples (Dudeswor Mahadev) paying homage to the Hindu Gods of Shiva and Parvati.

Nepal safari at Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve

It is located in the far-eastern lowland “Terai” of Nepal. the thick subtropical Sal forest jungle makes Suklaphanta Nepal’s second-largest wildlife Reserve in Terai. The name of the park is from the largest of these grasslands. Which is the  Suklaphanta. The park area is 155 sq km. And would be 305 sq km.

It has a small area of wildlife that still it supports a wide range of biodiversity. Which is nationally and globally significant. We can find the best-using wood trees the  Sal forest, Sal savanna in this Nepal safari. Which is part of a continuum between the climax forest? The grassland is maintaining by fire and floods. The open grasslands and numerous waterholes of the park is a vast expanse of open meadows and Sal forests. While marsh vegetation is here along rivers and lakes. Extensive grasslands, Phantas, are located within the reserve. Main grass species include Imperative cylindrical and Saccharin heterologous, used extensively by the local people for thatching.

Suklaphanta wildlife reserve  has lots of swamp deer

In the past, the regions were for hunting purposes, but later converting to a wildlife reserve to protect swamp deer. The sanctuary now shelters almost 2,000 swamp deer, around 50 wild elephants, and 30 tigers. Suklaphanta grassland is one of the last remaining habitats for such threatened animals as the hispid hare and the pygmy hog. Besides these, Is also has the Barasingha or swamp deer. We also get a chance to see the spotted deer, also seen in large numbers, hog deer, Nilgai, wild dog, jackal, porcupine, and otter. The Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve and the adjoining forest is the territory of a small number of tigers, which because of open terrain, are not uncommon to sight on the prowl. We can see Wild elephants also in the park.

The Suklaphanta wildlife reserve will be easily accessible by road from any parts of Nepal with the completion of the far-western sector of the East-West Highway. The area has also a tropical monsoon climate with four different seasons: winter, spring, summer, and monsoon. It is an ideal place to do the Jungle safari tour in Nepal. After visiting this protected area, one may experience unique with a lifetime memory in our Nepal safari tour.

We can visit the Royal Bengal tigers

The warm subtropical Jungle in the Terai region of Nepal houses have animals such as Royal Bengal tigers, rhinos, leopard’s wild elephants, sloth bears, monkeys, crocodiles, and four kinds of deer, and over 250 species of exotic birds. For those who wish to experience the natural environment at its best, there is no better place to visit than Jungle Safari in Nepal. you can book your Jungle safari in Nepal with us,  as it has in-depth experience relating to the field.

Nepal Jungle Safari Tour FAQs

Is there a Child Discount?

Yes, we have a child discount offer; if your child is below four years, it is entirely free. And if they are below 10, then you need to pay 70% of the Adult Price. The above ten years will cost you full money.

What is the driving time from Kathmandu to Chitwan? And Chitwan to Pokhara?
Kathmandu to Chitwan is approx 5 hrs and from Chitwan to Pokhara 4-4.5 hrs.

Is there a WI-FI in the Lodge?

Yes, all the hotels and lodges have FREE Wi-Fi

How safe is it to travel by Road?
Yes, it is safe to travel by road. We suggest you take a Private Vehicle in Nepal safari, which is more reliable and convenient for your journey.

Do you do Pick-up from Bus Station?

Yes, our representative pick-up from Sauraha Bus Station for FREE.

Are Chitwan and Sauraha the Same?
Chitwan is a district name, and Sauraha is the small village where most of the hotels and lodges are located and conduct the safari tour.

Is Elephant Bathing Possible Though out a year?

Elephant Bathing is only possible during Summer Time in our Nepal safari tour package.

Is Jeep Safari Possible throughout the year?

Jeep Safari in Chitwan National Park is only possible from 1st week of November till the end of June. You can do the Jeep safari in 20,000 Lake.

What sort of accommodation can I expect?

We will provide a cottage type A/C accommodation during your Chitwan Jungle Safari trip.

What type of food can I expect?
The food provide in the lodge is a buffet in variety and if not many guests in the house you can choose from the menu also.  There is always a choice of American, Mexican, Chinese, Indian, Nepali foods

What is the best time to come to Chitwan Jungle Safari?

The best time for this safari is February to Mid June and also September to December.

What temperature can I expect?

Usually, Chitwan National park is a bit warmer than Kathmandu and Pokhara. But, it will be cold during the month of winter (December, January, and February).

Is it possible to charge my iPod, digital camera, or batteries?
Yes, it is possible to charge the batteries, we advise you to bring your adapters, the plugs might be different here than you are using so don’t forget to check them upon your arrival, you can buy the adaptors easily in Kathmandu where many stores in the street sell it.

How much additional money do I need?

Like all the meals, accommodation, jungle programs that come in the Nepal safari package, the extra cost you need to consider is for the drinks, depends on your drinking and spending habits. USD 10 to 15 is enough to buy mineral water, chocolates, and other beverages.

Is the water OK to drink? Do I need to bring purifying tablets/filter?

The water comes in the tap, or the room is not good for a drink.
We recommend using bottled water that is available everywhere.

Can I add an extra day to the mentioned package on your website?

You can add the extra day by paying additional costs to cover guides, accommodation, and food; we can arrange different activities also if you like to add more extra days to our Nepal safari.
Above are the questions we often get from the customer; if you have more questions, please feel free to contact us.

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