Nepal’s Jungle Tours Attract Adventurers

Richard Moor - Dec 29, 2014
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Nepal is an amazing country with a breathtaking milieu and a wide variety of plants and animal species. Nepal has numerous wildlife sanctuaries including nine national parks and three conservation districts. Through local tours you can enjoy close interaction with culture and wildlife and even explore the national parks around Chitwan and Bardia. This country has its national parks, reserves and conservation areas occupying about 16 percent of its natural area.

Outdoor exploration of Nepal gives you an excellent opportunity to interrelate with nature, birds, and animals. Through guidance of expert naturalists (guides), you can even ride on the back of an elephant.

Visitors should not miss having a glimpse of Chitwan National Park and its natural beauty. It is home to many fascinating animals including crocodiles, Bengal Tigers and one horned Rhinos. You can also visit Bardia and enjoy its unspoiled wild sceneries riding either on a jeep or on the back of an elephant.

A jungle safari opens up a whole fun chapter to all tourists. Apart from animal and bird watching, there are lots of activities you can enjoy such as canoe rides, nature walks and face to face interaction with the local people in their villages. You can also learn more about their traditions during their cultural music concerts which are part of the jungle safari tours.

Accommodation in both Chitwan and Bardian National parks are extremely attractive. It is very easy finding a quality lodge that is in serene location either among the beautiful prairies or woodland.

Some of the highly esteemed national parks that you can tour in Nepal include the Royal Chitwan, Langtan, Rara, Everest, Royal Bardiya, Khaptad, and She Phoksundo National Park. Additionally, you can tour wildlife reserves and conservation areas such as Shukla Phanta Wildlife, Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Annapurna Conservation, and Kosi Tappu Wildlife Reserve.

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