Jungle Adventure

Nepal’s most famous Royal Chitwan National Park is located on the low lands of the inner Terai covering an area of 932 Sq. km.

Nepal’s unique topography ranges from lowlands with sub-tropical jungles to the snow filled Himalayan range. Within a mere 150 kilometers, the land rises from near sea level in the south to over 8,000 meters in the north. The country is richly endowed with a great diversity of flora and fauna. The Terai lowlands are a belt of plains stretching from the Indian border northward to the first slopes of the Bhabhar and Siwalik Range. This is the richest habitat in the land with tall grasslands interspersed with riverine and hardwood Sal forest. Here one can see wildlife such as the swamp deer, musk deer, black buck, blue bull, the Royal Bengal Tiger, Gharial and mugger crocodiles and the last breed of Asiatic wild buffalo. There are five protected wild life areas in Nepal-Koshi Tappu and Parsa in the east, Sukla Phanta and Dhorpatan in the west and Shivapuri in the mid-mountain region. The churia, also known as the Siwalik, is the southern most range of the Himalayas. Royal Chitwan national Park in the Inner Terai of central Nepal is the first and best-protected area in the kingdom.

Royal Bardia National Park is another park, which is famous for different species of birds and animals.

There are 11 other National Parks in Nepal which are rich in wildlife, birds, such as the rare one horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, bear, leopard, dolphin, crocodile, tiger etc. are living in these parks in their natural habitat. The parks are very popular for Elephant Safari, Dugout Canoeing, Nature Walk, Bird Watching and Jungle Excursion with Jungle Naturalist. 

Inclusive: Land Transportation to & from, Choice of Accommodation (Lodge or Tented Camp), Food 3 meals a day

Excluded: Bar Bills, Personal expenses, Private Transportation etc.

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Kathmandu to Chitwan

Chitwan has about 150 Bengal tigers left of the one time 3000 or so. Though poaching is a serious threat, the real threat for these ...