Nepal Jungle Safari
Chitwan National Park : The Animal Paradise
Located beneath the Himalayan foothills in the flat Terai region of Nepal, the dense jungles of Chitwan, abounding with wildlife, was the fabled hunting ground of British kings and Rana Maharajas. Today it is a National Park and the only thing you shoot from is a camera while on elephant back safari. You will pass through jungles filled with various species of animals and birds - the finest wildlife experience in Asia! If you are lucky you may see fresh water Gangetic dolphins. There are about fifty different species of mammals and at least sixty-seven different types of butterflies have been spotted.
Chitwan a Wild Life reserve where you can see elephants, rhinoceros, birds, and other wild animals .
STAY AT CHITWAN Price includes : Stay at the hotel near the park for full service which includes private car transport within the Park, Room and Board, and Entrance fee to the park.
The Drinks & Extra foods are exclude.
|Day 1||Departure from hotel (7 o'clock in the morning) by bus for Chitwan with a break for the lunch. Lodging at a hotel in full board from arrival to departure|
|Day 2.||CHITWAN : Full day programmed as per Package.|
|Day 3.||Elephant riding and after breakfast back towards Kathmandu.|
Bardia National Park : Untouched Wilderness
Journey into the remote past when you visit the ancient jungles of the Royal Bardia National Park. “Watching the sun rise over the forest from the back of an elephant is like having a box seat at the dawn of time,” says the Lonely Planet Guide Book. In the lush jungles and open savannas of the park, you have a better chance of seeing a Royal Bengal Tiger than at any other place in Nepal. Also look out for leopards, sloth bears, rhesus monkeys, barking deer, wild boars, and the Asian one-horned rhinoceros. There are about 250 different species of birds, including some endangered ones. In the rushing Geruwa River can be found the famous mahseer game fish, gharial and mugger crocodiles, and the amazing Gangetic dolphin! Combining a trek through Bardia with a white water rafting trip on the Karnali River is the experience of a lifetime.
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve : The Bird's Heaven
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is a paradise for bird watchers, with an area of 175 square kilometers. The park is situated on the bank of the Sapta Koshi River. The vegetation consists mainly of grassland, scrub and deciduous forests. The reserve is unique for its 100 or so surviving wild water buffaloes. Other mammals found are the hog deer, wild boar, and the Nilgai. There are a total 280 species of birds here including 20 ducks, two ibises, many storks, egrets and herons, the endangered swamp partridges and Bengal floricans. The region is a resting-place for migrating birds not seen anywhere else in Nepal. The endangered Gharial crocodile and Gangetic dolphin have also been sighted in the Koshi River.