Chitwan Jungle Safari
The geography of Nepal is such that the northern side has the Himalayas, while the southern lowlands are densely covered with tropical forests with different species of wildlife, flora and different native as well as migratory birds. With 14 national parks and nature reserves in Nepal, Chitwan National Park, Bardiya National Park and Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve are best known for jungle activity. In Chitwan National Park you are lucky to encounter rare and endangered wildlife, including the Royal Bengal tiger, a horned rhino, crocodile, four horned antelopes, striped hyena, gangetic dolphin and 550 species of birds. A whole range of activities can be enjoyed here! Explore the beautiful village of Sauraha and immerse yourself in the Tharu culture, enjoy the Tharu village walk and the culture dance in the evening. Visit the jungle by using a jeep, elephant or by walking. Take a shower with the elephant, visit the elephant center where you can see the small elephants and canoe in the river to see fish, birds and crocodiles.