• Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour Nepal

Nepal is very rich flora and fauna. Nepal lies between Gangetic plain and Tibetan plateau providing ideal place for diversified forest. The total forest area of Nepal is about 43000 square km. It is consists 29% of the total land area of this country. Typically, the forest of Nepal is classified on the basis of geography and climate into three kinds. They are tropical forest, temperate forest and alpine forest. Among them Chiwan Jungle Safari Tour is done in tropical forest. Forest up to a maximum elevation of about 4,000 ft. comes under this category. Area of this forest is from Southern terai plains to Churia hills. These forests mostly remain evergreen. Nepal has a total of 10 National Parks, 3 wildlife reserves, 6 conservation areas and 1 hunting reserve covering a total of 28,999 sq km which is 19.7 % of the country’s total land. Nepal has recorded 181 mammal species, 844 bird species, 100 reptile species, 43 amphibian species, 185 freshwater fish species, and 635 butterfly species. Furthermore it has recorded 1,120 species of non-flowering plants and 5,160 species of flowering plants making Nepal the top destination for natural sightseeing.

Nepal jungle safari differs from traditional safari. A Nepalese safari offers more potential adventures than just seeing rare wild animals consisting of cultural, religious, historical and heritage tourism. Between safari tourist can enjoy local home-stay where you can interact to local eat local cuisine; participate in cultural and traditional activities like dancing and singing. Some areas of Nepal provide leisure activities like club, party and sun bathing in riverbank. Gharial and elephant husbandry farms are gaining popularity and attracting large number of tourists.

Feb-June / Sept-Nov.