Jungle Safari in Nepal is one of the fascinating tours that are widely popular among the tourists in Nepal who want to get close with the nature. Jungle Safari in Nepal is no less than adventure as the foreigners will have the chance to behold the green natural landscapes of Nepal that serves as habitat to more than 150 species of mammals and more than 25 species of wild animals including tiger, rhinoceros, crocodile, red panda, snow leopard, hog deer, antelopes, rhesus monkey, and others. Jungle Safari in Nepal also brings with it the chance to see some of the endangered species of flora and fauna that are on the verge of extinction, yet protected in the jungle. Hence, it is quite true that no any Nepal Tour is complete without Jungle Safari in Nepal.
It is a known fact that Nepal is a great example of genetic and topographic diversity as the landscape changes quite dramatically within short distance. The northern region of the country boasts of beautiful range of Himalayan Mountain Range, while the southern Tarai belt of the country is studded with the plain lands and tropical forests, which also serves as habitat to much wildlife. Jungle Safari in Nepal is a major attraction for the lovers of wildlife as every year thousands of wildlife enthusiasts visit Nepal just to peek at the wildlife and their habitat and lifestyle. Also the presence of well conserved National Parks, Wildlife Reserves, Hunting areas and Sanctuaries have all added for the beauty and popularity of Jungle Safari in Nepal, making it one of the most preferred activities among the tourists in Nepal.
The presence of natural and preserved habitats and jungles in Nepal has helped a lot in transforming Nepal as one of the best places for Jungle Safari. The most popular and famous National Parks and Wildlife Reserves in Nepal that are ideal for Jungle Safari in Nepal include Chitwan National Park, the first national park of Nepal, Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Bardiya National Park, Shivapuri National Park, Sukhlaphanta Wildlife Reserve, Makalu Barun National Park and Sagarmatha National Park. Kanchenjunga Conservation Area and Annapurna Conservation Area are also two other conservations sites that serve as the destinations for Jungle Safari in Nepal.
Jungle Safari Tour is as interesting package in itself due to its unique characteristics. Generally, Jungle Safari comprises the activities like canoeing, watching birds, walking in the nature, excursion and more over visiting a village of ethic group. There are 14 national parks and wildlife reserves in the Kingdom. Royal Chitwan National Park (932 Sq. km.), Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve (175 sq. km.) and Royal Bardiya National Park (968 sq. km.) are most famous and popular. People are eager to explore the Mountains and Peaks but now they are equally interested in Jungle Safari too as they can explore the unexplored wildlife along with wild animals and birds. It is for sure that Jungle safari is the best selection to get familiarity with the nature wild range and its beauty. Nepal is the habitat for large animals (over 300 species) where you can find other species like mammals (180) and birds (800). In Nepal you can discover the rare wild animals including rhinoceros, tiger, snow leopard, red panda, Himalayan black bear, striped hyena, etc. and in a same way you can even get to see the birds like Danfee, peafowl, red jungle fowl counting kingfishers, flycatchers etc. so, Jungle safari in Nepal is bestowed with the opportunity for exploring the different types of unusual wild animals along with birds, flora and fauna. The most brilliant and well-known locations aimed for the jungle safari in Nepal are Bardiya national park, Chitwan National park, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve and so on.
Chitwan National Park (932 sq km.) is the first national park of Nepal which was established in 1973. It is located in central southern part of Nepal. Chitwan National Park has been enlisted in the UNESCO world heritage site for the presence of wide and exotic flora and fauna. Chitwan National park is an ideal place for the Jungle Safari. It is well known for one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Ghariyal. Chitwan National Park is blessed with different endangered animals like birds like hog deer, barking deer, drongos, peacocks and floricans and the list goes on and on. You can enjoy the Jungle Safari from three perspectives like riding on the back of an elephant, in the jeep and by foot. Jungle Safari is not all about hiking in the jungles but it also encompasses the ethnic villages too.
The centre of attraction about the Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park are Elephant ride, Jungle walking, Jeep drive, Canoeing, Bird watching, Cultural program, Ghariyal Crocodile Breeding Center and Tharu Village Tour. Seeing all these advantages and possibility, Chitwan National Park is the best option for enjoying Jungle Safari.