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Nepal Jungle Safari
Nepal Wildlife Tour
 
A wonderful extension to your main holiday program, is a visit to one of Nepal's National Parks or Wildlife Reserves, in particular Royal Chitwan National Park, Royal Bardia National Park and the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. These specially designated wilderness areas in the Terai region of Nepal, are home to an astonishing variety of wildlife and provide a magnificent contrast to the snowy peaks of the Himalayas and the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu. While staying in the parks, you can participate in many different sorts of jungle activities including elephant safaris, jungle walks, jeep safaris and canoeing.

Chitwan
Situated 75 miles southwest of Kathmandu is the Royal Chitwan National Park, one of Asia's richest and most spectacular wildlife sanctuaries. Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge, a treetop hotel, lies deep in the heart of the Royal Chitwan National Park.

Activities while being in the jungle include wildlife viewing on elephant back, landrover drives, boat trips, jungle treks, birdwatching excursions, wildlife viewing and photographing from machans [blinds] and an evening slide show, all escorted by an experienced naturalist.

In the lodge, each room has solar-powered reading lamps and ceiling fans, with solar-heated showers in the attached modern toilet amenity. The Nepalese-style dining hall with its huge domed roof and central open hearth is a special place for relaxation. Nepalese and Western cuisine is served and a fully stocked bar is open until the last guest retires to bed.

Bardia
a unique opportunity to experience an unspoilt and relatively unexplored 1000 sq km. area of South West Nepal in Royal Bardia National Park.

The Park encloses the largest area of untouched wilderness in the Terai and there are excellent opportunities for viewing the wildlife which includes Bengal tigers, rhinoceros, elephant, leopard, sloth beer and monkey. The largest Asian elephant ever recorded is also a resident of the Park.

Bordered by the mighty Karnali river to the west, the Royal Bardia is also home to the rare Gangetic dolphin, Marsh Mugger crocodile and over 356 species of birds. Surrounding the park are a number of Tharu villages where a welcoming "namaste" is assured.

While in the national park you can experience the park from a peaceful and comfortable retreat. Resort having facility of Accommodation in 4 twinbedded and 2 en-suite triple bedded cottages and the resort is equipped with western style toilets and showers. The large domed Tharu dining hall where Nepalese and continental food is served in the perfect place for evening relaxation with a beer or soft drinks.

 

Elephant-back or jeep safaris
enturous junlge walks
The wildlife observation tower
Cultural visits to Tharu villages
Rafting on the Karnali
Jeep safaris to the black buck area
Bird watching trips
Gangetic dolphin viewing
Tharu music and dance performance
Spend the day relaxing on the river which is only a few minutes walk away
Trekking to Churia hills [Sukra Mala crest] where mountains can be seen and also offers beautiful sunrise and sunset

 
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