Nepal has 8 national parks, 5 wildlife reserves and 3 conservation areas ranging from bountiful sub-tropical rainforests to delicate alpine ecosystems. Exploring these unique environments brings you face to face with an incredible array of wildlife. Nepal boasts hundreds of species of butterfly, birds (including the nine colored Impeyan Pheasant), and mammals (from rhinos to tigers to dolphins). Chitwan is perhaps the most famous park, but all are worth a visit. We recommend that you take accommodation in either resort hotels or tented camps inside the jungle – it is the best way to feel part of nature.
Highlights : one horned rhino, Bengal tigers, Asian Elephants, Red Panda, Snow Leopard, fresh water dolphin, Musk deer, Spiny Babblers, crocodiles, Impeyan Pheasant, Giant Hornbills, and much, much more besides!
The far west of Nepal is one of the least explored regions of the Himalayas. Within this region is a seldom visited national Park which still offers challenging adventure. Established in the 70s, Royal Bardia National Park was upgraded to National Park status in 1988. However, it was not until 1994 that facilities existed for […]Bookings Open
Located in south central Nepal, the Royal Chitwan National Park consists of forests and grasslands. Animals include the rhino, tiger, wild elephant, antelope and hyena. Crocodiles, dolphins, cobras, kraits and pythons are also found here. There are 525 species of birds. Bharatpur, the gateway to Chitwan is 146 km from Kathmandu (20 minutes by air) […]Bookings Open
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve first Gazettes back in1976 was mainly established to protect the rare wild water buffaloes. The area of the reserve extends 175 sq. km. to the north of one-kilometer long barrage that spans the Koshi River. The vast expanse of water created by the barrage, marshes, lagoons, mudflats and arable land that […]Bookings Open