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Jungle Safari Holiday in Nepal

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Duration: 8 Days

The Best of Nepal —8Days
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The Nepal Culture Tours and Jungle Safari is most famous Holiday package for the family travelling with children or customers those want to explore history of Nepal, culture and experience Elephant ride Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park in Nepal. This package is suitable for any age of customers. During the 8 days tours of Nepal you will explore Swayambhunath an ancient religious complex atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, Boudhanath one of the holiest Buddhist UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pashupatinath Temple one of the most significant Hindu temples of Lord Shiva in the world and finally city of Patan best known for its rich cultural heritage, particularly its tradition of arts and crafts. After then you will drive from kathmandu to Chitwan National Park which consists of a diversity of ecosystems-including the Churia hills, Ox-bow lakes, and the flood plains of the Rapti, and Narayani Rivers. The Flora and Fauna of species of birds, crocodiles, rhinos, sloth bears, tigers and monkeys. After finishing your Jungle Safari in Chitwan, you will drive towards the beautiful city of Pokhara one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal, noted for its tranquil atmosphere and the beauty of the surrounding countryside. Three out of the ten highest mountains in the world are situated within 50 miles of the city so that the northern skyline of the city offers a very close view of the Himalayas. Due to its proximity to the Annapurna mountain range the city is also a based for trekkers undertaking the Annapurna Circuit treks. Then, finally you will be back to Kathmandu by road or by flight then one more night stay in Kathmandu and fly back to home. The below mentioned is our pre-defined itinerary. If you are looking for short stay or longer stay in Himalaya, do let us know. We will be more than glad prepare a customized tours based to your interest.

Duration: 5 Days

Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park – 4 Nights / 5 Days
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With its lush forests and exotic fauna which include the rare one horned rhino, the Royal Bengal tiger, crocodiles, elephants, deer and over four-hundred species of birds, the Royal Chitwan National Park offers one of the finest wildlifes experiences in Asia. Lying in the Terai belt, encompassed by the Churia Hills and flanked by the Rapti, Reu and Narayani rivers, the park covers an area of 932 sq. km. It was established in 1973 and is the oldest National Park in Nepal. The park became a World Heritage Site in 1984. During the late 19th century, Chitwan was the private hunting reserve of the Rana Prime Ministers. In 1911, King George V led a hunting party to Chitwan and is said to have shot thirty-seven tigers and eight rhinos. Between 1933 and 1940, the King and his guests, is said to have killed four hundred and thirty-three tigers and fifty-three rhinos. By the late 1960s the population of rhinos and tigers in Chitwan had dwindled drastically due to indiscriminate hunting and poaching. The declaration of Chitwan as a national park in1973 and the imposition of strict measures against poaching and unauthorized conversion of forest to farmland have helped in increasing the wildlife population. At present Chitwan National Park is regarded as one of the most developed and most frequently visited of Nepal's national parks.Local vegetation The park's vegetation is dominated by sal forest, open grassland sand riverine vegetation. There are also flowering species of trees like the sissoo, silk cotton tree and flame of the forest. These trees bloom from January to early spring and fill the forest with their colorful flowers. The tall elephant grass dominates the grass grassland and gives it a savanna like appearance.Wildlife The park is the home of the great one- horned Indian rhino, the world's third largest land mammal. They feed large on grass which is also their normal habitat and move alone or in groups. The elephants seen frequently at the park are trained and tamed. The tamed elephants are used for elephant rides as well as to carry heavy loads in Chitwan. The Royal Bengal tiger, the most glamorous and elusive of Chitwan's animals, is estimated to number just about a hundred in Chitwan. They are by nature reclusive and do not attack unless provoked or hunting for food. There are four different species of deer living in the park - the barking deer, the hog deer, the sambar deer and the spotted deer. Over 400 different birds have been recorded here, including the Indian peafowl, the tuneful blackheaded oriole and the openbill stork. The park's rivers and the swampy areas are home to various reptiles like the pythons, crocodiles, called gharial, which feeds on fishes and the marsh mugger. The common leopard, langur and rhesus monkey also make up the park's wildlife population.Things to do & Places to Visit The greatest thrill while at Chitwan is the traditional elephant ride. Taking an elephant ride to the jungle is an experience not to be missed. The lodges inside the park have their own elephants. Three or sometimes four people can ride atop an elephant. Elephant safaris usually start in the early morning or late afternoon .There are also jeep tours available inside the park. The best months for this are from mid-February when the elephant grass has been cut, allowing unobstructed views. It is also possible to take a walk inside the park, provided you are accompanied by at least two guides. Canoeing along the Rapti or Narayani rivers is the most restful way of watching the wildlife especially the acquatic birds and crocodiles. Several lodges arrange visits to nearby Tharu villages. Tharus, the original inhabitants of Chitwan, have their own culture, language and customs which are quite different from that of the Nepalese hill people. A visit to the elephant breeding camp and the gharial breeding centre can also prove to be informative.The Best Time to Visit The best time to visit the park from October to February. Many of the park lodges are closed between May to August, due to the rainy season.Distance from Kathmandu to Chitwan national Park By Road: 6/7 hours drive from Kathmandu. By Air: 20 Minutes flight from Kathmandu to Bharatpur Airport. Following Jungle Safari package is designed for the customers who are interested for Jungle Safari tour with full day safari activities. The safari tour activities are designed for 4 days and daily outline programs are as below:

Duration: 5 Days

Jungle Safari in Bardiya National Park – 3 Nights / 4 Days
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Royal Bardia National park encompasses an area of 968 sq. km. in the mid-far Western region thickly forested by sal trees (Shorea Robusta). An area of 327 sq. km belonging to the park was declared a bufferzone in 1997. The park accommodates blue bulls, deer, wild boars the langur and rhesus monkeys, civets, hyenas, rhesus macaque, jackal wild dogs, sloth bears, otters, tiger, rhinoceros, mongoose wild elephant, black buck, gharial and marsh mugger crocodiles, gangetic dolphin and many other rare and endangered species. Ardent bird watchers and naturalists find this park a paradise for sightseeing exotic bird species like Bengal florican, silver-eared mesia, lesser florican, saurus crane etc. On wildlife safari, you can witness awesome view of six different species of deer namely Chital or spotted Deer, Hog Deer, Sambhar deer, Swamp Deer, Barasingha deer and Barking Deer cheerfully hopping around the high grasslands. During your pleasurable visit to the park, you get ample opportunity to enjoy elephant safari, bird watching, rafting along Karnali River, village tour, cultural programme and crocodile breeding centre tour. Wildlife tour in the park unfold unlimited plethora of fun, adventure, excitement and pleasure.Distance from Kathmandu to Bardiya National Park: By Road: 15 Hours from Kathmandu, 11 Hours from Pokhara By Air: 60 Minutes from Kathmandu to NepalgunjRegarding the Jungle Safari activities in Bardiya & Chitwan are almost same in character wise. The number and course of your safari activities are determined by the number of nights you book for in Bardiya. 2 nights, 3 days programs could include activities like; Elephant Ride Safari, Jungle walk, Bird watching, Dugout CanoeRides on the river. In the evening a cultural show of the traditional Tarai dances etc.The main aim of visiting Bardiya National Park is to see Tiger.

Duration: 5 Days

Koshi Tapu Birds Watching – 2 Nights / 3 Days
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The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve covers an area of 175 sq km and is in the eastern Terai region of Nepal. It lies on the flood plains of the Sapta Koshi and is for the most part, enclosed within the 8 meter high embankments of the Koshi Barrage, which has been designed to minimize the destructive annual floods. It is a beautiful and fascinating aquatic environment and is home to an astonishing variety of water birds that flock to its ponds full of flowering plants.The reserve provides an important habitat for a variety of wildlife but, in particular, water birds, including several migratory species such as the sarus crane from Siberia. In all, a total of 280 different species of birds have been recorded and these include many varieties of ducks, ibis, storks, egrets and herons, as well as the endangered swamp partridges and Bengal floricans. Koshi Tappu is also home to the last surviving population of wild water buffalo and its other inhabitants include blue cows, various species of deer, Gangetic dolphins and Gharial crocodiles.Distance from Kathmandu to Koshi Tapu: By Road: 10 Hours from Kathmandu, 450 KMs drive through Mahendra Highway. By Air: 60 Minutes from Kathmandu to Biratnagar and 50 KMs drive by road to Koshi Tapu.

Duration: 40 Days

Jungle Safari in Bardiya National Park – 4 Nights 5 Days
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Royal Bardia National park encompasses an area of 968 sq. km. in the mid-far Western region thickly forested by sal trees (Shorea Robusta). An area of 327 sq. km belonging to the park was declared a bufferzone in 1997. The park accommodates blue bulls, deer, wild boars the langur and rhesus monkeys, civets, hyenas, rhesus macaque, jackal wild dogs, sloth bears, otters, tiger, rhinoceros, mongoose wild elephant, black buck, gharial and marsh mugger crocodiles, gangetic dolphin and many other rare and endangered species. Ardent bird watchers and naturalists find this park a paradise for sightseeing exotic bird species like Bengal florican, silver-eared mesia, lesser florican, saurus crane etc. On wildlife safari, you can witness awesome view of six different species of deer namely Chital or spotted Deer, Hog Deer, Sambhar deer, Swamp Deer, Barasingha deer and Barking Deer cheerfully hopping around the high grasslands. During your pleasurable visit to the park, you get ample opportunity to enjoy elephant safari, bird watching, rafting along Karnali River, village tour, cultural programme and crocodile breeding centre tour. Wildlife tour in the park unfold unlimited plethora of fun, adventure, excitement and pleasure.Distance from Kathmandu to Bardiya National Park: By Road: 15 Hours from Kathmandu, 11 Hours from Pokhara By Air: 60 Minutes from Kathmandu to NepalgunjRegarding the Jungle Safari activities in Bardiya & Chitwan are almost same in character wise. The number and course of your safari activities are determined by the number of nights you book for in Bardiya. 2 nights, 3 days programs could include activities like; Elephant Ride Safari, Jungle walk, Bird watching, Dugout CanoeRides on the river. In the evening a cultural show of the traditional Tarai dances etc.The main aim of visiting Bardiya National Park is to see Tiger.

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