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Nepal Jungle Safari

Nepal is a country rich in vegetation and wildlife. Out of the total geographical area of Nepal, National Parks, Wildlife Reserves and Conservation Area occupy 16% of the space. The southern lowland of the country known as 'Terai' is covered with dense tropical forests and is the home to thousands of birds and animal species that includes some of the world's most exotic and endangered species like One-Horned Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, Snow Leopard, Red Panda, Blue Bull, Gharial Crocodile and so on. The Terai region gets hot during summer and temperate during winter.

Chitwan National Park is Nepal's most popular national park where we can encounter with some of the wild and rare species of animals as well as plants. The park is a sanctuary for the endangered one- horned rhinoceros, tiger, and gharial crocodile along with many other common species of wild animal. Besides Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park also offers a wonderful opportunity of jungle safari where we can have elephant ride or take a four wheeler to discover some of the pristine natural habitat in Nepal.Both National Parks also offer Village Tour and Tharu Cultural Dance, Jeep Safari, Wild Life Safari, Cannoning, Jungle Walk, Bird Watching, Tiger Tracking and visit to Elephant Breading Centre.

Jungle Safari Tour in Nepal is a marvelous opportunity to get into the lush green vegetation of Nepal and get to know about various floras and faunas that is accompanied with lots of fun and adventure. Please remember Plan Nepal Trek & Expedition (P.) Ltd, for the outdoor adventures into the jungle to experience the nature and wilderness in its pristine form, because there is no better place to visit than Nepal.

Chitwan National Park Tour

Chitwan National Park Tour

Established in the year 1973 AD, Chitwan National Park- the oldest national park of Nepal, covers an area of 932 sq. km. in the flat lowland Terai Region of southern Nepal. In altitude it ranges from about 100 meters (330 feet) in the river valleys to 815 meters (2,674 feet) in the Churia Hills. The park is enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a shelter for the endangered one- horned rhinoceros, tiger, and gharial crocodile along with many other common species of wild animal. The estimated population of rhinos is around 400. The park also secures populations of species such as gaur,..

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Bardia National Park

Bardia National Park

Covering an area of 968 sq.km, Bardia National Park is the largest and most undisturbed national park in Nepal's Terai, adjoining the eastern bank of the Karnali River and bisected by the Babai River in the Bardiya District. This national park was established in 1988 to protect representative ecosystems and conserve tiger and its prey species. The presence of one of the last known herds of wild Elephants in South Asia is the major hallmark of this national park.

There are six species of deer found in the park which are Chital or spotted Deer, Hog Deer, Sambhar, Swamp Deer, Barasingha and B..

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Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

Located in the alluvial floodplains of the Sapta-Koshi River bordering Saptari, Sunsari and Udaypur district, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve covers an area of 175 sq. km. The reserve was established to protect the rare wild water buffaloes. The floral and faunal diversity of the reserve is very rich as it consists of 514 species of plants, 21 species of invertebrates, 77 species of butterfly, 200 species of fish, 45 species of herpetofauna, 493 species of bird and 31 species of mammal.

One of the major highlight of this reserve is that it provides ample opportunities for nature walks where we..

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Chitwan Jungle Safari Package (2 nights 3 days)

Chitwan Jungle Safari Package (2 nights 3 days)

Chitwan National Park, established in the year 1973 AD, is the oldest national park of Nepal and covers an area of 932 sq. km. in the flat lowland Terai Region of southern Nepal. The park is enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a shelter for the endangered one- horned rhinoceros, tiger, and gharial crocodile along with many other common species of wild animal. The park protects 450 species of birds such as are the Bengal florican, giant hornbill, lesser florican, black stork and white stork. Besides, more than 45 species of amphibians and reptiles are found in the park, some of whic..

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Parsa Wildlife Reserve

Parsa Wildlife Reserve

Established in 1984, Parsa Wildlife Reserve covers an area of 499 sq. km. The reserve is situated in the inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal in the Parsa, Makwanpur and Bara district. The dominant landscape of the reserve is the Churiya hills ranging from 750 m. to 950 m. and running east-west through the reserve.

There are nearly 300 species of birds in the reserve. Giant hornbill, peafowl, red jungle fowl, flycatchers and woodpeckers are a few of the other common birds found in the reserve. The forests are mainly composed of tropical and subtropical species. Sal forests cover abo..

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Sukla Phanta Tour

Sukla Phanta Tour

Sukla Phanta Wildlife Reserve, situated in the Terai of the Far-Western Development Region, Nepal, covers an area of 305 square kilometers. The grassland of this reserve is one of the last remaining habitats for threatened animals such as the hispid hare and the pygmy hog.

Sukla Phanta is the stronghold for another endangered animal- the barasingha, or swamp deer. The other species of wildlife found in this reserves are spotted deer, hog deer, nilgai, wild dog, jackal, porcupine and so on. You can also get the glimpse of wild elephants and tigers.

Rani Tal, a small and beautiful lake, attr..

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Bird Watching in Nepal

Nepal, blessed with huge variety of birds and avian habitat, is a major destination not only for professional ornithologists but also for amateur bird- watchers. For a country of its size, the abundance of avifauna found here is truly magnificent. It is estimated that around 862 species of birds are found within the territory of Nepal due to its diversity in climate and topographical regions, vegetation ranging from lush sub-tropical forests to open grasslands, riparian forests to alpine pastures, to deserts of the trans-Himalayan region.

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