Out of the total geographical area of Nepal, 16 percent of land is occupied by National parks, wildlife reserves and conservation areas. The tropical jungles of the Terai - southern Nepal preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in Asia. In the north, some fo the mountain range and Great Himalayan section on Tibetan Border National Parks and conservation areas perserve himalayan wildlifes.
Some of the visitors like 'you' have even praised the National parks for the best wildlife safari by riding Elephant watching nad other jungle actiities on teh National Park. We mainly offer wildlife safari in 3 major National parks by Taking a jeep tour or eco hiking which are as below:-
Chitwan National park- The famous and first stablished National Park in Nepal located on Sourhtern slopes. The parek is a den forest area and riverine forest area. Offers the excellent opportunity to see Royal Bengal tigers, one horned Rhino, crocodile and thrilling wilderness experience into its dense forests. It covers an area of 937 square kilometers mostly famous for a fun ride on elephant to explore the whole jungle. The rivers and lakes are home to crocodiles and the extraordinary Gangetic dolphin. Chitwan is also a bird watchers delight with more than four hundred migrant and local species of birds. One can indulge in various activities in Chitwan such as Jungle walks, Canoe trip, Jeep drive, bird watching, Tharu village walks and enjoying folk music and cultural dance.
The Bardia National park- Located in west Nepal low land. Is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area in the terai which extends from the Churai hills southwards to gentle slopes of the 'Bhabhar'. It is home to Rhinoceros, wild elephant, tiger, swamp deer, balck duck, gharial crocodile, gigantic dolphin and lots of endangered birds as well.
When in Bardia National park one can indulge in various Jungle activities such as Crocodile breeding center, Jeep drive, Rafting on Karnali River, village tours and cultural programs.
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve - wlocted on east part of Nepal was founded in 1976 to protect a small
triangle of grassland and tappu in the floodplain of the Sapta Koshi
River, the last habitat of the endangered wild water buffalo. The
wildlife is mostly flocked with bird watchers in search of the beautiful
Bengal florican and the flamboyant sarus cranes. More than 440 species
of birds have been recorded including those that arrive from Siberia
and Neplese homeland.
With Nepal Footprint Holiday, trekking and expeditions, you will have choices of activities/packages for all above mentioned National parks and wildlife reserves.