Jungle safari in Nepal explores extraordinary wildlife housing rich bio-diversity, tranquil wetlands, and majestic woodlands. The southern belt of Nepal is covered with dense subtropical forests and is the prime destination for Jungle safari. Nepal has ten national parks, three wildlife reserves, six conservation areas, and one hunting reserve occupying 32,999 sq km(23.3% of the country’s total land). Wildlife safari in Nepal offers unique adventure activities as Nepal is rich in bio-diversity. You will have a great experience of the journey into the deep jungle on an elephant back or a Jeep ride with an expert naturalist to see the wild animals in their natural habitats.
Jungle safari activities comprise canoe rides, nature walks, bird watching, excursions, and tours around the ethnic-cultural Tharu villages, the indigenous people of the Terai region, and learning more about their culture, tradition, and the lifestyle. Furthermore, The National Park offers 84 species of mammals, 889 bird species, 688 species of butterflies, 181 species of reptiles, and 174 species of fish. Moreover, you will get an opportunity to see the endangered One-horned Asian Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, Gangetic crocodiles, Giant hornbill, leopard, deers, civets, jackals, wild cats, sloth bear, Rhesus monkey, wild boar, wild bison, and varieties of aquatic birds. Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park are the most popular national parks for wildlife activities in Nepal.