Nepal offers jungle safari adventure with different types of animals, birds and mammals. We arrange jungle safari tour packages for you.
Nepal, a country rich in wildlife, boasts of numerous national parks or conservation areas; large protected areas that are home to a diverse species of wildlife and vegetation. We conduct jungle safaris in three major national parks in Nepal; the Chitwan National Park, Bardiya National Park, and the Koshi Tappu National Park. Each national park is individually gifted and a different amount of time is needed to visit each of these areas. Please email us to let us know
if you want an additional 2-3 day jungle safari trip with your trekking program, or you can choose a luxurious jungle safari tour only.
The Chitwan National Park was previously known as the Royal Chitwan National Park before the monarchy was abolished in Nepal. The park was the royal hunting grounds until then and even now big games in the park are hunted by poachers although the Government of Nepal has declared the park as a conservation area and a protected region. The Chitwan National Park was declared as a World Heritage Site in 1984.
The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve covers an area of 175 sq km and is located in the lowland (Terai Region) of Eastern Nepal. The reserve was established in 1976 in order to preserve the habitats of the wild water buffalo. Apart from wild buffaloes, the reserve is also home to other species of mammals and birds.
The Bardia National Park, covering an area of 968 sq km is the largest amongst the national parks in the Terai region of Nepal. It was more popularly known as the Royal Bardia Wildlife Reserve before being renamed. The national park which is situated in Western Terai is a haven for Tigers and the famous one-horned rhinoceros.