Jungle Safari in Nepal
Nepal is a country of outstanding biodiversity and a beautiful natural environment. The tropical jungles of the Terai protect some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. Nepal has 16 national parks, wildlife reserves and conservation areas, occupying 16 percent of its total geographical area. Jungle Safari in Nepal is great fun and exploration for wild life flora and faunas. It is great tour for safari in Nepal.
For those who wish to experience the natural environment at its best there is no better place to visit than Nepal. The outdoor adventure sports into the wilderness to see wild animals, birds and natural beauty. You ride on an elephant’s back or on a four wheeled jeep accompanied by a fully trained guide (also known as expert Naturalists) for the love of nature and animals. In Nepal, Chitwan and Bardia National Park are two hot dishes on the menu. Pick Chitwan as this is Nepal’s most popular National Park offering excellent opportunity to see Royal Bengal Tigers, One horned Rhino, crocodile and thrilling wilderness experience into its deep and thick jungle. Pick Bardia also, as this is another National Park, which offers excellent jungle safari. Here too you can ride on an elephant or a take four wheeled jeep to discover some of Nepal’s unspoiled natural habitats. Chitwan Jungle safari is best to explore the wild life flora & faunas as well as Tharu people lifestyle and their cultures.
Jungle Safari in Nepal consists of canoe rides on the Jungle Rivers, nature walks, bird watching excursions and quick tours around the villages to discover unique culture and traditions of the local village people. There are also scheduled cultural-musical programs performed by the villages, which are also in the Jungle Safari itinerary.
Chitwan National Park jungle safari is situated in south western of Nepal and covers 932 sq. km This is Nepal’s first famous national park for wildlife safaris. You can see wild elephant; white footed gaur (the world’s largest wild cattle), leopards, wild boar, sloth bear and several species of deer including the spotted, barking, and sambar and hog deer.
Established in 1984, this park is situated in Nepal’s western Terai. It covers 968 sq. km The park offers a variety of experiences in its vast undisturbed wilderness. About 70% of the forest consists of sal trees (which are used for the beautifully carved windows in Kathmandu) with a mixture of grass land and riverine forest. The park is home to