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Rhino in Royal Chitwan Park Black Buck in Royal Bardia Park COMPLETE JUNGLE SAFARI PACKAGE FOR YOU
Nepal has 10 National Parks and 4 Wild Life Reserves, which include areas containing the highest mountains in the world and tropical lowland of the Terai. Some are easily accessible and visited by thousands of tourists. Others require several days of walking.

1.Chitwan National Park
2.Langtang National Park
3.Sagarmatha National Park
4.Shey Phoksundo National Park
5.Rara National Park
6.Khaptad National Park
7.Bardia National Park
8.Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve
9.Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
10.Parsa Wildlife Reserve
11.Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve
12.Annapurna Conservation Area Project
13.Makalu Barun National Park and Conservation Area Project
14.Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project

Wetlands
The Governement has just  made Gokyo  Lake Area in the Everest, Rara Lake, Gosainkunda Lake in the Langtang Area as Wetland areas.
 

Chitwan National Park 

Officially gazetted in 1973, this was the first area in Nepal to be declared a national park. Situated in the Rapti valley in the tropical lowlands of the inner Terai, it covers an area of 932 square kilometers. The rugged Churia hills, sal tree forests, grasslands and riverrun forests, including swamps and lakes made by changing river courses, provide excellent habitat for unusually rich variety of large mammals. It is one of the last strongholds of the Royal Bengal Tiger. Today there are only about a 1000 one-horned rhinos left in the World and over 300 of them are in the Jungles of Chitwan. There are "less than 2000 Tigers" remaining in the sub-continent and over 40 live in Chitwan alone. There are many other animals such as deer, Gharial (fish-eating Crocodile), Alligators, Wild Buffaloes, Sloth Bear, Hog Deer and Wild Peacocks & TIGERS in Chitwan.

Elephants in Royal Chitwan Park

In the South-East corner of the park, a small herd of wild elephant is occasionally seen. About thirty species of mammals including the Gangetic dolphin, are found in the park area. About 300 varieties of birds, including both migratory and residential waterfowl, can also be seen. A panoramic view of Manaslu and Himalchuli Mountains can be seen from here on clear days. Tourism management of the park is at present the responsibility of the park staff.

Elephants are available for game-viewing and jungle tours.

We Arrange Accommodation in the best lodges inside or just outside of the National Park, as per your budget so that you can cover all the jungle activities.

REACHING "Chitwan National Park"

We organize private vehicle from Kathmandu or form Pokhara and we can also raft to Chitwan National Park, where you will see yet another side of Nepal. For Tiger Tops, theres a small air strip called Meghauli. The days here are spent on trips into the jungle on elephant back, jungle walks, bird watching and a canoeing on the River to look for crocodiles! This will be your great experience and a getaway to nature!

WE ALSO ORGANIZE SAFARI TOURS ON BARDIA & SUKLA PHANTA NATIONAL PARK & HUNTING TREKS & SAFARI IN DHORPATAN.

WE ORGANIZE SPECIAL BIRD WATCHING TRIPS IN KOSHI TAPPU AND POKHARA!

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