Jungle Safari

Bardia National Park

Starting at

$ 365

Duration : 3 Days

Group Size : 3-5 pax

The Royal Bardia National Park is also known as Karnali National Park as it is located in the east of Karnali river which flows in Far West Nepal. It is an undisturbed wilderness in Terai(plain) section of Nepal. The national park was the hunting reserve during the Shah dynasty . The Eco-system and flaura and fauna of the place will naturally capivate your attenion. Like in Chitwan it has Sal, Savannah and riverine forest and grassland. This park was created by resettling the people to another area. Natural vegetation in this forest is now providing sanctuary for wild life.

There are around 600, plant species, 50 over mammals , 500 over birds, 50 over amphibians and reptiles are found around the park. It is one of the few remaining habitat of Royal Bengal tiger and great one horned rhinoceros. Small herd of wild elephants are occasionally seen.  There are scientific research projects funded by WWF (World Wild Life Fund) and international organization to understand ecology, behavior and preserve species like rhino, tiger and deer. There is breeding center for nearly extinct Gharials - crocodile. Tharus are an inhabitant of this place and the culture adds a distinct touch to the Bardia experience in a colorful way.

 

Starting at

$ 360

Duration : 3 Days

Group Size : 3-5 pax

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is situated in the east and west bank of the Sapta Koshi river in flood plains of eastern Nepal. The area of this park is 175 sq. kilometers and is famous for near extinct wild buffalo (Bubalus arnee or Arna in Nepali).

The Reserve is a heaven for bird watchers. The park has degraded grassland, riverine forest, and wetland providing sanctuary for more than 400 species of birds, ibises, many storks, egrets, herons and endangered swamp partridge and bangal florican. The barrage on Koshi-river has been extremely valuable as resting-place for migratory bird. Its record shows many species of birds that are not sighted in other part of Nepal are found here. Koshi Tappu is best known for bird watching in Nepal. Gharial(Alligator), crocodiles and Gangetic dolphin have been sighted in the river. The unique backdrop of the Eastern Himalaya , makes it a beautiful attraction for the wildlife lovers and the tourist..

 

Starting at

$ 295

Duration : 3 Days

Group Size : 3-5 pax

Shuklaphata Wildlife Reserve was a hunting ground for the Royals during  1960's .It is therefore known was Royal  Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve and it is located in Far Western Nepal near the border of India, very close to Corbett National Park. The reserve is one of the richest wildlife reserves in Asia due to its pristine sub-tropical
enviroment.The open grasslands and numerous waterholes of the park extend into a vast expanse plain grassland and SaL forest, while marsh vegetation is found along rivers and lakes.  Until recently it is a royal hunting reserve. The park is relatively remote and unexplored. In its 305 sq. km area it has Royal Bengal Tiger, deer, 478 varieties of birds and, one of the rare and largest known Asian elephant, spotted deer, barking deer, hog deer, monkeys, crocodiles, birds, cobra , python and manymore.

A stop at the Rani Tal would be an exciting experience. This small lake attracts birds and animals alike. Herons, ducks, storks, kingfishers and egrets vie for food and swamp deer wallow at the edges.

How to get there?

The reserve is accessible by the road as well as air. It is 515 kms distance apart from Kathmandu and will take around 12-13 hours by road. Access road to this park is convenient from Mahendranagar and Delhi. There are scheduled flight and bus services from Kathmandu to Mahendranagar. Mahendranagar is linked by road with the park.

Starting at

$ 420

Duration : 3 Days

Group Size : 3-5 pax

Chitwan is situated in Rapti valley in subtropical land of Terai.Owing to its rich adornment of nature, Chitwan National Park was declared UNESCO Natural Heritage Site in 1984. The park that includes in its area a part of the Shivalik Hills, is covered with deciduous forests overlooking the flood plains of Naryani, Rapti and Reu rivers and offering a wilderness of rich ecosystem that includes mammals, birds, reptiles and many amphibions of various kinds.

There are around 600, plant species, 50 over mammals , 500 over birds, 50 over amphibians and repiles are found around the park. It is one of the few remaining habitat of Royal Bengal tiger and great one horned rhinoceros. Small herd of wild elephants are occasionally seen. There are scientific research projects funded by WWF (World Wild Life Fund) and international organization to understand ecology, behavior and preserve species like rhino, tiger and deer. There is breeding center for nearly extinct ghariel crocodile. Tharus are an inhabiant of this place and the culture adds a distinct touch tos the Chitwan experience in a colorful way. There are aslo sites of historical importance at Devghat. Pandavnagar, Balmiki Ashram, and Kabilaspur.

Private Departure: Anytime upon request

Note: Oct/March (average temp. 25 degreees)

May June - Hot above 40 degrees

July to Sept : Rainy

Sugested Items

  1. T-shirt
  2. swim wear for on the river
  3. long sleeves and trousers
  4. Sunscreen and lip protector
  5. Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap
  6. Towel and Toiletries (environmentally friendly is best)
    Personal medication
  7. Flashlight
  8. Footwear
  9. Reading book

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