Nepal Safari

Nepal Safari is the best safari in the world for discovering the best way to view flora and fauna. You can also enjoy the original local people and culture and watch wild animals and scenery. Nepal has a natural and beautiful environment.

Within its 147,181 square kilometers, Nepal has a full range of the Earth’s topography and climate zones. It also has a wide range of ecosystems. The Terai has tropical jungles, and the Himalayan highlands have Arctic conditions. Nepal’s rich biodiversity renders it an ideal eco-tourism destination.

The dense tropical forests famous for Nepal safaris cover the southern plain of Nepal. The woods habitat has fascinating wildlife and exotic birds. During the jungle safari tour in Nepal, you will view the jungle scenery, birds, and animals.

You will meet local indigenous people, their colorful traditions, unique dress, and languages. You can enter the jungle and view some of Earth’s rarest and most endangered wildlife. Chitwan National Park and Bardia Park are among the 11 national parks in Nepal.

They are rich in several quiet flora, wildlife, and birds. You can see the rare, great one-horned rhinoceros. You can also see several species of deer, bear, and leopard. Crocodiles, birds, tigers, etc., live in this park in their natural habitat.

The gardens are famous for elephant safaris and dugout canoeing. You can also engage in nature walks, bird watching, and jungle excursions. You can also visit the village of local tribes called Tharu.

Best Safari Parks of Nepal

Chitwan Park is in the central Terai lowlands, and Bardia Park is in the western Terai. These parks provide several of Asia’s simplest wildlife and nature viewing places. You can tour them on elephant back, jeep, or boat.

You can choose from Jungle Lodges, Tented Camps, and Guest Houses. From here, you’ll explore the Himalayan parks and their wildlife. You can go sightseeing and go on outings, including the elephant-back Nepal safari. We will also go for a nature/bird walk, boat ride, and jeep safari.

It depends on the specific itinerary provided for various packages. Our tour includes the park entrance fees and all meals for the package holiday. It is in a forest setting in an affluent neighborhood in the diverse ecology of this park. This unique wildlife resort presents the right jungle experience.

The original tented camp and the jungle resort in the area are famous for animal sightings. The main attraction of this resort is the world-covered island within the River Narayani. It is home to the two sorts of crocodiles found in Nepal and many migratory birds.

Chitwan Jungle Safari tour

You can go trekking and climbing in the high snow-capped mountains. Besides them, you can do adventurous activities like rafting, canyoning, and jungle safari. Chitwan National Park is one of Nepal’s oldest national parks, established in 1973.

In the short time since its foundation, the Chitwan jungle safari has been on the UNESCO World Heritage site list. Through this adventurous activity, you will witness many rare animals. You can see the one-horned rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, deer Leopards, and many other animals.

You will also get to see hundreds of species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and insects. You will also get to do a canoe ride in the Rapti River. It is an excellent chance to see the endangered gharial crocodile. You can view Gangetic dolphins and different species of birds.

The surroundings of Chitwan National Park are perfect for watching birds. You can also watch elephants bathing and animals in their natural environment. You will see the Tharu community’s culture during the safari at Chitwan National Park.

The Tharu community is an ethnic group in Chitwan. We offer a great deal on a jungle safari at Chitwan National Park, the perfect example of a rich ecosystem. It includes mammals, birds, reptiles, and aquatic animals.

One of the highlights of this tour is seeing one-horned rhinoceros. You can also see different Royal Bengal tigers. They roam in the free environment of Chitwan National Park. You will witness many other animals through this trek. You can see elephants, crocodiles, pythons, deer, and brilliantly colored birds.

A typical day during a jungle safari at Chitwan National Park.

Chitwan National Park is the center of attraction for people seeking adventure and is best for learning about wildlife. The jungle safari at Chitwan National Park starts with a beautiful sunrise. After having breakfast in Chitwan, you will start your journey. Your journey on the Nepal safari begins with the climb into the wooden canon.

People developed the canon traditionally. After climbing the wooden canoe, you will row down in the river. It is at the breaking of dawn. When you reach the river, you can hear the sound of the birds. You can see animals walking in their peaceful environment.

Your ears will heal after hearing the gentle sound of the birds and animals. After that, you will be moving along, where you will spot the beautiful birds and the odd crocodile tails. From there, you will see a little southern side and a Bengal tiger behind the bushes.

Your nature guide for the Nepal safari will help and inform you about the different animals. Hiring a guide will surely make your trek more accessible and more fruitful. The canoe gives you the best view of the entire Chitwan National Park. From there, you will walk down the river, keeping pace with the canoe.

This tour is an incredible experience, one that you will remember forever. The Nepal safari guide and the in charge of the national park will brief you on the rules you must follow during this tour. The first and most important rule is not to tease or go near animals.

You will also be going through the border of Tharu village. Here, you can see the local lifestyle of the Tharu people. The exciting thing about the animals of Chitwan National Park is that most animals, including the tiger, never cross the river. So, the Tharu people living on the other side of the river are not afraid of the animals of Chitwan National Park.

Bardia National park

Bardia, a park in western Terai of Nepal, is one of the largest undisturbed parks within the region. The park is the home of many endangered animals, reptiles, and birds. It has the elusive tiger. Over the years, Bardia has also been an honest place for tiger viewing – a rare event anywhere.

Recently, sightings of a gaggle of untamed elephants have enhanced the wildlife experience. It is possible during this beautiful and unspoiled sanctuary. The Kosi Tapu and the Kosi Barrage in east Nepal are among the simplest places in Nepal.

In winter, you can see the migratory waterfall, waders, shorebirds, and many species not recorded elsewhere within the region. Thousands of birds congregate here in January and February, and then they migrate north when the nice and cozy weather begins.

Bardia National park for Nepal safari

The tropical jungles of the Terai preserve some of the best wildlife habitats in the subcontinent. Nepal has sixteen national parks, wildlife reserves, and conservation areas. They occupy 16% of its total geographical location.

As a result, you can go on a jungle safari tour on an elephant back or on a Jeep ride. You can do it at the Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Bardia National Park, Chitwan National Park, and the Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve. Nepal’s most famous Bardia jungle safari offers excellent jungle safari.

You can ride an elephant or a four-wheel vehicle to discover some of Nepal’s unspoiled natural habitats. The Nepal Jungle safari expedition includes canoe rides on the Jungle Rivers, nature walks, and bird-watching excursions.

You can take quick trips around the villages and discover the unique traditions of the local village people. The towns with unique cultures and traditions also perform scheduled cultural-musical programs. Nepal Safari is a nature walk in the jungle.

You overlook the enthralling beauty of the jungle vicinity, which many wildlife dwellers surround. Jungle walks give close-up chances to different categories of animals for analysis. You can observe their track, signs, and sounds. The most charming program offered by Nepal, which is not found elsewhere in the world, is a jungle safari.

Nepal Jungle Safari Tour

The Nepal Jungle Safari tour is one of the best adventures in Nepal. This tour is the best way to have a unique, wild adventure. It is for Nature lovers, bird watchers, and frenzied animal spectators. The jungle safari tour in Nepal suits all adventure seekers after trekking in Nepal.

Nepal tours or another adventure tour in Nepal, but we offer Nepal Jungle safari tours. Trek initially involves travelers’ wishes and holiday schedules. The Jungle Safari tour in Nepal allows you to enter the jungle. Get the best view of the Earth’s rarest and most endangered wildlife.

Nepal Safari is suitable for all age groups, trekkers, and travelers. The best time to do this tour is from March to May and September to December. We offer different places for wildlife safari tours. The most popular are Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, and Koshi Tappu Wildlife safari tours. Jungle safari trips in Nepal can last one night, two days to weeks, per travelers’ choice and holiday frame.

Nepal National Park has dense tropical jungles, home to thousands of bird and animal species, including some of the world’s most exotic and endangered species. The jungles are natural habitats for animals like the One-Horned Rhino and Royal Bengal Tiger, Snow Leopards, Red Pandas, Blue Bulls, and Gharial Crocodiles.

Nepal Wildlife Safari package

Our Nepal safari package program includes an elephant ride safari or jeep drive. It includes canoe rides, nature walks, and bird watching. Besides that, you can do excursions and quick tours around the villages. You get to learn the unique culture and traditions of the local town.

Cultural entertainment acted by locals is another highlight of the wildlife safari trip in Nepal. We often combine these Safari trips with the other adventures you’ll wish to require. Like – trekking, rafting, cultural tours, or peak climbing trips per your requirements.

These wilderness activities will increase your spirit to explore the various corners of Nepal. You can luxuriate in a spread of lively experiences. Wildlife Adventure Tours knocks on your enthusiastic spirit to find Nepal’s pristine natural pearls. You can ride on an elephant’s back or drive a four-wheeler into the jungle.

The selection is yours. We will manage the tread on Himalaya accordingly. Once you enter for the safari, a unique world of greeneries is ahead. It welcomes you to dip within the ocean of tranquil nature. The Nepalese government makes a great effort to preserve these natural wildlife sanctuaries.

They are trying to maintain balance in the local Ecosystems. A Nepal Jungle safari tour takes you to the heart of the Nepal forest with a wildlife safari. You can tour Nepal in less than one week of holidays. The Forest of Nepal has grassland and sal trees, which are very popular in this continent.

Enjoy the wildlife adventure.

Nepal Jungle Safaris and Wildlife Adventure Tours are the best options for enjoying the country’s natural diversity. Chitwan Park allows you to prospect the Royal Bengal tiger and one-horned Rhinoceros. You can also see Crocodiles and gharials.

The deep and thick forests of Bardia Park offer the exciting adventure of Jungle Safaris. During the autumn, you can spot the Greater Spotted Eagle and Pallas’s Fish Eagle. You can see the Eastern Imperial Eagle within Chitwan Park. The colorful Bengal Pittas usually visit here during the monsoon for breeding.

The sight of the Paradise flycatcher with the undulating long tail within the flight is mind-blowing. Bask in the sun beside the juggling rivers and relax within the thatched huts. Enjoy the sunset views, bonfires, and overnight picnics alongside the river.

There are daily flights from Kathmandu to a significant town near Nepal Safari. You can also drive by bus or private vehicle. There is good road access to Chitwan, Bardia, Parsa, and Shuklaphanta National Parks. Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve also has good roads.

Nepal Safari is in the southern lowland of the Indian border.

The southern part of Nepal preserved dense tropical forests. It shelters the world-famous threatened animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and various plants. National park visitors spot the Royal Bengal tiger, sloth bear, and one-horned rhino.

They can see colorful birds, monkeys, butterflies, crocodiles, Gangetic dolphins, bison, and deer. There are omnivorous, herbivorous, and carnivorous species. Military patrolling has regulated poaching at zero levels. Jungle safari in Nepal welcomes the Natural UNESCO World Heritage site (1984), Chitwan National Park.

The tour happens without hunting and disturbing graceful wildlife. Many jungle cottages deliver safari packages. They include a jeep tour, elephant ride, canoe ride, Tharu village walk, and Tharu cultural show. They also take you for bird watching, jungle walks, and Elephant breeding center tours.

Thousands of tourists join safari tours yearly. They want to spot rare animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and aquatics. The parks have essential luxury lodges and tented camps. They deliver food and accommodations near the national parks. This region also offers impressive views of sunrise and sunset over the Himalayas.

During the Nepal safari, one can enjoy an encounter with a herd of elephants. You can see a crash of rhinoceros, a leap of leopards, and a prickle of porcupines. A bask of crocodiles, a quiver of cobras, and a streak of tigers are nature’s beauty in Nepal. You will learn all sorts of wildlife trivia: chameleons, monkeys, bison, deer, and birds.

Nepal is best for a jungle safari tour.

Nepal is astonishingly rich in natural beauty and green vegetation. The country’s potential outsmarts most others in producing herbs, medicines, and paper sheets. There is the presence of the Himalayas. There are abundant water resources.

Temperate climatic conditions and a wide range of altitudes make it a suitable kingdom for vegetation. Being rich in large varieties of flora is an initial impression of the country for tourism. There are far better reasons for being a spotlight in the global context of world tourism.

Currently, the country has 6,000 species of flowering plants and about 4,000 non–flowering plants. Many national parks, wildlife reserves, and conservation areas are still operating to preserve them. Our Nepal Jungle Safari Tour provides access to these areas with diverse flora and fauna. During the tour, visitors will have chances to see the luxuriant environment.

You will see lots of birds and animals. In addition to them, we’ll be carrying out the following activities. The Jungle Safari Tour in Nepal has always pleased everyone in the country’s history of tourism affairs. Visitors have always loved the way Nepal has reflected amenities to them. If you are looking forward to having an experience of such kind, we wish you a happy holiday in Nepal.

Best time for Nepal Safari

Nepal Safari has a different National park that cares for significant national parks in southern Nepal. After your difficult journey trekking in the Himalayas, you can stroll through the jungles of Chitwan and Bardia. They will prove to be the perfect complement to your Nepal excursions.

It is one of the last rhino and the Bengal tiger sanctuaries. It also refuges exotic species like sloth bears and endangered gharial crocodiles. It is home to leopards and hundreds of other birds and animal species. Nepal has a typically tropical monsoon climate.

Nepal safaris witness three main seasons with high humidity throughout the year. Ideally, the best time of the year to visit is October, November, March, and April. The weather is relatively relaxed and rain-free.

Autumn-Winter (October-February)

These are the best months for a Nepal safari tour. During this dry season, the sky is clear, which is the best time to watch wildlife in its natural habitat. The weather is clear from October to December. If you visit in the winter, the humidity levels remain high from December to February.

The mornings are often foggy, with dewdrops hanging in the misty atmosphere. The night and morning temperatures are cold, but the day is pleasantly warm in winter. Locals burn the Phanta grass in the jungle from January to March. This act dramatically improves the visibility of the animals. Sometimes, we can be so close to them.

Summer (March-May)

Summer is another good time to go on a Nepal jungle safari tour. The temperature gets hotter at this time, but the humidity is at its lowest in March. The hottest day is from May to mid-June.

Therefore, we often see the animals as they try to cool themselves in water holes, rivers, and lakes. The days are incredibly sunny and hot at this time, with temperatures reaching up to 40ᴼC.

Monsoon (June-September)

Nepal’s monsoon season starts on June 10, while the pre-monsoon season ends in May. By July and August, southeasterly winds from the Bay of Bengal bring heavy precipitation. It gets highly humid. There are better times for a Nepal safari tour than this season.

In this season, Jeep safaris become increasingly tricky. During the monsoons, due to the flooding of tracks in the forest. Sometimes, the town of Sauraha also tends to drown in the deluge in these times. The heavy rains and floods led to the shutting down of many lodging options for the duration of the season.

So, most trips to Chitwan and Bardia National Park are from late September to May. It’s better to avoid the monsoon rains that fall between mid-June and mid-September. October to early March is the best time to go on a Nepal safari in Nepal for pleasant 25°C temperatures. However, if you can stand the heat, come in April and May, the end of the dry season, and you can do a Nepal safari.

The wildlife gathers at waterholes. You can expect meltingly hot temperatures in the mid 40°Cs. January and February are the coldest months, skimming and freezing at night. Although there is high humidity, November, December, and January offer good visibility. It provides clear views of the Himalayas.

Chitwan National park

Chitwan National Park is the most popular destination for experiencing such kinds of tours in our Nepal safari package. It is the first National Park of Nepal, established in 1973. It covers about 932 square kilometers. There are ample amounts of vegetation, fauna, mammals, and birds in the region.

There are Sal trees and about 700 species of wildlife. Sixty-eight species of mammals and 543 species of birds cover 70% of the site. These factors have boosted tourism in the region to an entirely new level. Even photographers, bird watchers, and explorers labeled the place paradise.

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve opened in 1976 and has carved a niche as a birdwatcher’s paradise. Its goal is to protect Nepal’s last remaining population of Asiatic Wild Buffaloes, which occur in the Terai of eastern Nepal, covering 175 km sq. of wetlands in the Sunsari.

It is in the Saptari and the Udayapur districts. The Koshi’s areas are mainly grassland, with patches of scrub and deciduous riverine forest. The superior Koshi barrage on the southern side of the reserve has created a water reservoir.

There, thousands of migrating waders and wildfowl rest. Many birds and mammals are here within this stretch. As a result, this Nepal safari Jungle tour offers the experience of a lifetime. Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is on the overflowing expanse of the Sapta Koshi River.

It is Nepal’s biggest river. In this Nepal safari, The Wild Buffalo, the Blue Bull, and the Gangetic Dolphin dominate the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. More than 300 birds are available for birdwatchers at the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve.

It has an internationally endangered Swamp Partridge. A wide range of faunal species inhabits the protected area. In its watercourses and ponds, 200 fish species are present, most residents. There are two toad species and nine frog species. Six lizard species, five snake species, and 11 turtle species are also present. Gharial and Mugger crocodiles occur as well.

This place is a bird’s paradise.

Koshi Tappu offers guests activities in this Nepal safari package. It includes a morning jungle walk by the river lagoons and wetlands. You also do canoe rides, slide shows, bird watching, and cultural dances. You can visit different village settlements. On a bright day, you glimpse Makalu, the world’s fifth-highest mountain.

These highlights will make you want to start the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve trip. Baraha Chhetri is 5 km north of Chatara. It is also the site of an annual religious festival, which is holy to both Hindus and Buddhists. We can visit from November to February, as many birds from Siberia and Tibet migrate here.

There are beautifully decorated homes. The Tharu people’s natural lifestyle is an exciting part of the Nepal safari tour. Their lifestyles remain untouched by Western influence. It also serves as an ideal location to break the journey en route to Sikkim & Darjeeling, and Bhutan. You can have a relaxing stay.

Parsa Wildlife Reserve

Parsa Wildlife Reserve is in the south-central part of Nepal and is the best place for Nepal safari. It opened in 1984 and covers an area of 499 km sq—the dominant landscape of the wildlife reserve. As the foothills are very porous, water flows underground and surfaces 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. Many Chir pine grows in Churiya Hill. Khair, Sisal, and Silk cotton trees also occur along watercourses. The Parsa Wildlife Reserve supports good inhabitants of wild elephants in Nepal safari.

We can have a chance to see the tiger, leopard, sloth bear, gaur, blue butt, as well as wild dogs. We can also encounter chital, hog deer, barking deer, and languor. We can see striped hyena rattle, palm civet, and jungle cat for our Nepal safari package here.

There are also more than 300 species of birds in the reserve. There are giant hornbills, peafowl, red jungle fowl, flycatchers, woodpeckers, etc. There are many kinds of snakes, like the king cobra, common cobra, krait, rat snake, and pythons. The snakes live in reserve due to the hot tropical climate.

This is the largest protected area in Nepal.

It is the largest protected area in the country. It widens from the Siwalik hills, forming a natural boundary. To the west of this wildlife reserve, from the Human settlements of the Parsa area, is Chitwan National Park.

Parsa Wildlife Reserve also has religious value. Kailas Bhatia is at the top of a hill and is of spiritual importance. It also houses two small temples (Dudeswor Mahadev). It pays homage to the Hindu Gods of Shiva and Parvati.

Nepal safari at Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve

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

It has a small area of wildlife that still supports a wide range of biodiversity. It is nationally and globally significant. In this Nepal safari, we can find the best-using wood trees in the Sal forest and Sal savanna. Which is part of a continuum between the climax forest?

Fire and floods maintain the grassland. The park’s open grasslands and many waterholes are a vast expanse of open meadows and Sal forests. Marsh vegetation is found along rivers and lakes. Extensive grasslands, such as Phantas, are within the reserve. The main grass species include Imperative cylindrical and Saccharin heterologous. Local people used them for thatching.

Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve has lots of swamp deer.

The regions were once used for hunting but were later converted to a wildlife reserve to protect swamp deer. Now, the sanctuary shelters almost 2,000 swamp deer, 50 wild elephants, and 30 tigers. Suklaphanta grassland is one of the last remaining habitats for threatened animals, such as the hispid hare and the pygmy hog.

Besides these, It also has the Barasingha or swamp deer. We also get a chance to see the spotted deer. Also seen in large numbers are hog deer, Nilgai, wild dogs, jackals, porcupines, and otters. The Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve and the bordering forest are the territory of several tigers.

It is because of the open terrain and is not uncommon to sight on the prowl. We can also see wild elephants in this Nepal safari park. The Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve is easily accessible by road from any part of Nepal. It is possible after the completion of the far-western sector of the East-West Highway.

The area also has a tropical monsoon climate with four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and monsoon. It is an ideal place to go on a jungle safari tour in Nepal. After visiting this protected area, one obtains a lifetime memory on our Nepal safari tour.

We can visit the Royal Bengal tigers.

The warm subtropical jungle in the Terai region of Nepal houses animals. Royal Bengal tigers, rhinos, leopards, and wild elephants exist. Sloth bears, monkeys, crocodiles, and four kinds of deer live. There are over 250 species of exotic birds.

Suppose you wish to experience the natural environment for a Nepal safari. There is no better place to visit than the Jungle Safari in Nepal. You can book your Nepal safari with us, as it has in-depth experience relating to the field.

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