Nepal Worldlink Adventure "Trekking & Expeditions"
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Monday 8th Aug 2022
Travel Packages : Jungle Safari, Wildlife Safari

Jungle Safari (0 Days)

Jungle Safari

Nepal has 16 National parks, wildlife reserves and conservation areas, occupying 16% of its total geographical area in the southern lowland of Nepal. They are covered with dense forest tropical jungles teeming with diverse wildlife and exotic birds. Nepal is one of the finest destination for Jungle Safari. Here you will find some the most exciting safari destination in the world. You will be going into deep jungle on elephant back or 4 wheels jeep drive to view wild animals in their natural habitat. Other thrills are dugout canoe rides on the Jungle Rivers, nature walks, bird watching excursions, and village visit tours. We arrange Jungle safari trips to Royal Chitwan National Park and Royal Bardia National Park.

Program Itinerary (Short)

Royal Chitwan National Park

Nepal's first and richest wildlife sanctuary

Covering 960 sq. km./ 360 sq. mi. of grassland, tall sal and riverine forests set against the backdrop of the Himalayas, the Royal Chitwan National Park is home to an incredible variety of wildlife, including several endangered species. The elusive Royal Bengal Tiger, one of the most difficult big cats to observe in the wild, roams the jungles of Chitwan with the leopard and other lesser cats. There is the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros; around 450 of these make their home in the lush forests of Chitwan, along with four species of deer, the rhesus and langur monkeys, sloth bear, wild boar, gaur (the largest of the world's wild cattle), the wild dog and the hyena.

In the waters of the two mighty rivers that drain the Chitwan valley, the Narayani and the Rapti, you will find a diversity of riverine wildlife including the endangered fish-eating gharial crocodile, the marsh mugger crocodile and the Gangetic Dolphin, found in the western area of the Park. Chitwan is a bird-watchers' paradise, with over 450 species of resident and migratory birds having been identified so far. The endangered Giant Hornbill, the Paradise Flycatcher, the Large Pied Kingfisher and the Racquet-Tailed Drongo are among the more exotic birds resident in Chitwan.

Experiencing Chitwan

An unbeatable feeling of being in the wild pervades in the lodges scattered inside the park. They offer comprehensive wildlife tours of three or more days, inclusive of full-board accommodations and wildlife activities. There are a host of options to explore the jungle, accompanied by resident naturalists and guides: elephant-back safaris, canoe rides, jungle walks, bird-watching tours, and jeep drives. A two-night stay is the minimum time needed to experience Chitwan, and for wildlife enthusiasts, we recommend staying an extra day. The lodges operate round-the-year except during the Monsoon (June - September) when most lodges are closed.

The quickest way to get there is to fly from Kathmandu to Bharatpur (or Meghauli for Tiger Tops), where lodge staff will meet you for the short drive to camp. Chitwan is easily accessible by road from Kathmandu or Pokhara, a scenic five hour drive. Visiting Chitwan on your return from Pokhara will save you a day's travel between Pokhara and Kathmandu .

General information on our Nepal wildlife tours

Our wildlife tours are based at unique lodges in Nepal 's lowland National Parks and Wildlife Reserves, permitting you to visit on dates of your choice regardless of the number of travelers. Most lodges are closed during the Monsoon (June-September). The majority of people booking our trips opt for the wildlife extensions, so chances are at least some of the people on your trek/ tour will also be with you on your wildlife extension. There lodges will have guests other than those you are traveling with. On the wildlife activities your will be in small groups of four to eight.

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  • Difficulty -› Easy
  • Season -› Whole Year.


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