• Shankar Neupane
  • Updated on Jun 11, 2024

Jungle Safari In Nepal

Jungle Safari In Nepal

A jungle safari in Nepal is a one-of-a-kind and fascinating experience for the environment and wildlife enthusiasts. The country's lush Terai plains, located in the southern part, are home to various national parks and wildlife reserves that allow visitors to explore the rich flora and animals. During a jungle safari in Nepal, guests may participate in activities such as vehicle safaris, nature walks, bird viewing, and canoe rides along rivers. These activities allow tourists to witness and enjoy the region's great biodiversity, including endangered animals such as the Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, and Asian elephant. 

For example, Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park provide well-organized safari programs with skilled guides who provide unique insights into the local environment. Accommodation choices inside or around these parks range from luxurious lodges to primitive campers, guaranteeing a relaxing stay in the middle of nature. Exploring the forest in Nepal allows you to see fascinating species, relax in the natural settings, and obtain a better knowledge of the country's conservation initiatives. To guarantee an ethical and sustainable jungle safari experience, it is critical to obey the park officials' recommendations and respect the species and their environment. Jungle safaris in Nepal are thrilling adventures that immerse travelers in nature's charms. They cover many terrains, including deserts, woodlands, and farmland.


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A jungle safari in Nepal offers a range of exciting activities to enhance the experience:

1. Jungle Walk: Discover wildlife, and open grasslands, and observe a variety of migratory and diverse bird species without disturbing them.
2. Elephant Ride: Enjoy an exhilarating ride on the majestic elephant while spotting one-horned rhinoceros, crocodiles, deer, wild boar, bison, peacocks, and even Royal Bengal tigers.
3. Village Walk: Immerse yourself in the local culture by taking a walk through the village, where you can learn about the lifestyle, houses, food, traditional attire, and ornaments of the Tharu ethnic group. Don't miss the opportunity to witness cultural stick dance programs organized by the Tharu community.
4. Elephant Centre: Visit an elephant center to witness the domestication of elephants and, if you're lucky, witness the breeding of newly born elephant calves.
5. Canoeing in the Rapti River: Experience the tranquil beauty of the river as you glide along in a traditional wooden canoe. Enjoy the riverside scenery, observe birds, and keep an eye out for endangered crocodiles.
6. Gharial Hatchery Farm: Gain insight into the conservation efforts for endangered crocodiles at a hatchery farm. Learn about the hatching process and the release of crocodile eggs into the rivers.
7. Jeep Drive: Embark on an exciting jeep ride through dense Sal forests and alongside rivers, immersing yourself in the natural beauty of the surroundings.

Jungle or forest safaris are among them, and they are particularly designed to discover a diverse range of flora and animals in their native environments. You may travel the forest sections by strolling, hiking, trekking, or riding in a vehicle, elephant, or horseback. There are also opportunities for more intensive experiences, such as wild camping and nature treks. The beauty of a jungle safari is that it does not need a lot of mental or physical power to appreciate it.

The subtropical Terai area of Nepal is home to a diverse variety of unique and endangered animal and bird species. It is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, the One-Horned Rhinoceros, the Mugger Crocodile, the Gharial, the Asiatic Wild Buffalo, and many more endangered creatures and birds. Despite its tiny size, Nepal has a remarkable biodiversity, with nine national parks, three wildlife reserves, six conservation areas, and one hunting reserve occupying around 19.7% of its total land area. Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, and Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve are three of the ten national parks designated by the Government of Nepal for jungle safaris.

These activities contribute to an unforgettable jungle safari experience, allowing you to explore the wilderness of Nepal and witness its diverse wildlife in their natural habitats.

Shankar Neupane

Shankar Neupane

An engineering graduate from Tribhuvan University who was passionate about trekking, climbing, and mountain tourism began his adventure trip in the Himalayas when he was still a teenager. At last, he finds a way to make his interests and pastimes pay the bills. Shankar was very impressed by the snow-capped mountains, trekking, and climbing in the Himalayas because he grew up surrounded by the Ganesh Himal and Manaslu regions.

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