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Jungle Safari

The 932-sq.km, Royal Chitwan National Park that is declared a world natural site by UNESCO, is one of the most visited parks in Nepal. The diverse ecology of the Park is home to around 600 plant species, 50 mammals, 526 birds and 49 amphibians and reptiles with some endangered fauna and flora.

 

Bardiya National Park lies in the western Terai and comprises the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area of the region. Similar to Chitwan, but drier and more remote Bardiya contains the country’s second largest tiger population and daytime sightings are more common here than in Chitwan.

To experience a bit of Nepal’s exotic wealth, we offer to all enthusiast group of all ages a 2 Nights and 3 Days Jungle Safari Program, as an extension in other trekking and tour program.

 

Chitwan National Park

It offers more than 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros roaming in sprawling grass and wetland, some 100 nocturnal Royal Bengal tigers hunting for their preys in the dense jungle and the river in and around the Park also boast about the endangered snout gharial popularly known as Gangetic crocodile. The extra attraction in the Park is fresh water dolphins diving below and above the water level in Narayani River.

Adding color and liveliness to the wildlife experience, local culture and tradition makes this park a unique tourist destination. The most primitive dwellers of this area are mainly the Tharu Community who lived in the area even before the park was declared in 1972. Their traditionally decorated thatched huts, traditional method of performing house-hold and their typical dances make a combination worth experiencing while in this Park.

 

Bardiya National Park

The park provides excellent habitat for the rhino, wild elephant, tiger, swam deer, black buck, gharial crocodile, marsh mugger crocodile and Gangetic dolphin. The 200-plus bird species found here include a number of endangered varieties – amongst them are the Bengal florican, lesser florican, silver-eared mesia and Sarus crane.

Suggested Itinerary: 3 nights/4 days. Extra nights are easily added. Trained naturalist guides accompany all walks and rides, which also includes elephant safari, bird watching, and jungle walks.

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