Jungle Safari in Nepal

Jungle safari is the best way to get closer to the nature and observe the birds and animals in their natural habitats. For the nature lovers, Nepal is the best place to enjoy jungle safari. With more than 16% of its forest turned into national parks and conservation reserves, Nepal is rich in wildlife diversity. Be it the piggy-back rides on the back of an elephant or roaring through the jungles in a land rover, Nepal offers the thrilling experiences when it comes to jungle safari. The various national parks and conservation reserves provides the facility of this adventurous sport.


Visitors could arrange a stay in these parks and plan jungle safari or other activities inside the jungle. The national parks and the conservation reserves in Nepal provide the view of some of the rarest plants, animals and birds on earth. In Nepal, Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park are the two major destinations for observing the wildlife in its natural habitat. Chitwan National Park accommodates the rare animals like Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhino, crocodiles and many other species of animals and birds.

Most of the jungle safaris include cannoning in the rivers in the jungle, bird watching excursions, wildlife observation, elephant safaris, ox-cart rides, colorful Tharu village visit, jungle walk, bonfire and Tharu stick dance.


Some of the best places for jungle safaris in Nepal are Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Parsa Wildlife Reserve, etc.