Jungle Safari in Nepal, Subtropical forest, Home of endangered species, performance, Elephant ride, Jeep Safari, Bird Watching, Canoeing
Jungle Safari is one of the wild adventure activities in the subtropical forest of Nepal. The adventure into the wilderness is guided by a professional naturalist in the safari jeeps, elephant's back, hiking walks, and wooden canoeing. The rich grassland, savannah forest captivates amazing wildlife almost 900 bird species, and over 200 mammals like Royal Bengal tigers, wild elephants, crocodiles, four kinds of deer, striking birds, Rhinos, sloth bears, monkeys, and the leopard. Nepal has a total of 9 National Parks, 3 wildlife reserves, 6 conservation areas, and 1 hunting reserve (Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve). The adventurers can experience other jungle activities like visiting the elephant breeding center, Birds watching, Elephant showers, and tour around the local villages flawlessly mixed up with cultural and traditional dance performances with exotic experiences of typical Nepali food. Simply the best way to warm up before trek or after the trek if you have spare time in Nepal.
Every year thousands of travelers visit this adventure due to the immense biodiversity we can experience the real feeling of being inside the jungle among the wildlife. A jungle safari in Nepal is a short itinerary adventure unless you have some specific objectives. The itinerary days are favorable for those travelers who have very limited days before or after any trek and expedition. The most favorable time to participate is during Spring (March April and May) and Autumn (September October and November). We highly recommend it to family groups however the jungle safari welcomes all the traveling groups interested to observe rare species of birds, animals, and the jungle.