What an experience of Nepal Jungle Safari? There is a chance to see Royal Bengal Tigers and Indian One Horned Rhinos deep in the jungle along with wild elephant herds? And this is Nepal?
Yes, this is Nepal! While Nepal is famous for the High Himalayas, it is also known for its dense jungles in the Terai region by the Indian border. In a range from north to south, Nepal will go from 8,848 meters above sea level (Mt. Everest) to just 60 meters above sea level 150 kilometers to the south.
Nepal features 10 national parks, 6 conservation areas, 3 wildlife preserves and one hunting preserve. Of these, three national parks and two wildlife preserves are in the jungles of the Terai.
Nepal offers one of the best places in the world to see the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger. There is nothing like seeing this jungle cat strutting majestically through its jungle. If you are lucky, you will see a tigress with her cubs. Nepal Jungle Safaris can be done on foot with an experienced guide, in a dugout canoe on Jungle Rivers, on the back of an elephant or by jeep.
The jungles of Nepal are filled with endangered animals, birds, and butterflies. There is a myriad of colors and wildlife around every bend in the trail. You never know what you will encounter in a Nepal Jungle Safari.
Be sure to make plans on any trip to Nepal for a Nepal Jungle Safari. Trips can be from one day to a week, depending on your time and interest. Be sure to ask your representative at Himalayan Planet Adventures about spending a few days in Nepal’s jungles on a Nepal Jungle Safari.Nepal is known as Himalayan country and travelers may think how possible jungle safari in a Himalayas. Nepal is diversified in landscapes from 60 meters to the top of the World 8848 meters within 150-kilo meters. Nepal has many National parks, conservation areas, hunting center, Water Park and wildlife reserve center which offers many wildlife activities insight the jungle. Nepal is not that popular for wildlife especially compare to Africa but we have many species of mammals, birds, butterflies, reptiles, plants and flowers including rare species as Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Musk deer, one horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, Pheasant and more.Nepal is home a of 10 national parks (Bardia, Chitwan, Khaptad, Sagarmatha, Shey Phoksundo, Banke, Shivapuri-Nagarjuna, Makalu, Rara, Langtang), 6 conservation areas (Annapurna, Gaurishankar, Kanchenjunga, Manaslu, Api Nampa and Blackbuck) 3 wildlife reserves (Parsa, Koshi Tappu, Shukla Phanta) and 1 hunting reserve (Dhor-Patan) is listed in the department of National parks and wildlife conservation of Nepal. It is absolutely worth to visit our national parks, conservation areas, wildlife and hunting reserves for nature lovers, wildlife specialist, for hunting purpose and for researchers. You are always welcome to Nepal for your jungle safari trip and here below is major packages are listing for your keen interest.