Jungle Safari

Nepal is famous for its high mountains but it is also known for the wide plains in the south of the country. The tropical jungles of the Terai preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent.


Nepal has 16 National Parks, Wildlife Reserves and Conservation Areas, occupying 16% of its total geographical area. Among them, Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park and Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve are the most popular destinations for jungle activities in Nepal. 


What to bring? 

# Binoculars, torch light and camera
# Insects repellent, anti-diarrhea tablets, anti-histamine, sunscreen, sunglasses and a cap 
# Comfortable clothes and shoes for an easy movement during the safari. We advice colours in harmony with the jungle, avoid flashing colours. During the winter months, from November to February, sweaters and jackets are needed because the mornings and evenings are cold. During the monsoon months, from June to August, one should carry waterproof jackets and an extra pair of shoes. Moreover, The Terai jungles are infested with leeches hence one should carry insects repellent to keep them away. Salt or a lighted cigarette will make them fall off. Pulling them off could infect the wound. 

  

Koshi Tappu
The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is located in the east of Nepal. It stretches over 175 kms² and has been established in 1976. In Koshi Tappu we find elephants, deers, gangetic dolphins and more than 460 species of birds... MORE>>

 

Royal Chitwan National Park
The Chitwan National Park is located in the region of Terai and stretches over 900 kms². This natural reserve has been established in 1973 and has been registered as a UNESCO World Site Heritage in 1984... MORE>>