Wild Life & National Park

Nepal may be seen as a speck of dust on the world map, occupying a mere 0.1 percent of the earth's area. Although, it is the richest habitat to 3.2 percent of the flora and 1.1 percent fauna across the globe. The country is extended from the lowlands of Terai with subtropical jungles to the snow-clad roof of the world. Such a wide range of ecosystems have made Nepal home to the varied flora and fauna. Nepal has also made substantial conservation efforts for its grandest flora and fauna, by establishing various national parks, wildlife reserves, hunting reserves, conservation areas, and buffer zones. Two of its natural sites- Sagarmatha National Parks and Chitwan National Parks are also inscribed on the list of world heritage to their unique wildlife traits. 

The allure of the diverse climatic and topographic conditions in Nepal is undeniable, and so are its majestic wildlife experiences. The country is dotted with bio-diversity hotspots for indigenous species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fishes, and several species of invertebrates. The country offers an ideal mix of viewing picturesque jungle vicinity, exotic species of plants, animals, birds, or soaking up in local culture, traditions, and lifestyles. One can explore endangered species in nature by enjoying the ride on the elephant's back or drive through a four-wheeler. One can also enjoy canoe in the deep current river or go for bird watching excursions. If not more, a simple troll on the forest vicinity overlooking the enthralling beauty of the dense sub-tropical forest, village, and cultural tours will leave you jaw-dropping in this enchanting country.

Endowed with varied climatic and topographic conditions, Nepal is the habitat of some of the world’s endangered species of wildlife, birds, and vegetations. With its majestic assortment of flora and fauna, one can experience the call of the exotic wild-life adventure in this finest country. On top of its mesmerizing natural beauty, the Nepalese safari could also be the opportunity to observe the culture/tradition and language of the local tribe surrounding the vicinity. The off-the-beaten-track safari destinations of Nepal await you to offer the grandest of wildlife experiences!

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is a protected area in the eastern Terai of  Nepal covering an area of 348 sq. km, including the buffer zone...

Chitwan National Park Wildlife and Jungle Tour

Chitwan National Park Wildlife and Jungle Tour

Chitwan National Park (CNP) is Nepal’s first National Park established in 1973. Located in the Southern Central Terai of Nepal, it formerly extende...

Bardia National Park Wildlife and Jungle Tour

Bardia National Park Wildlife and Jungle Tour

Bardia National Park was originated as a royal hunting ground back in the late 1960s. Due to the availability of rich biodiversity within the prist...