Jungle Safari

The total number of animals and birds that live in Nepal is estimated to be around 3,900 species. There are two main categories of wildlife in the country: common and protected. Most of these animals are commonly seen in the wild. However, there are also over 30 protected species that live in different parts of the country. Some of these include the great one-horned rhinoceros, crocodiles, and tigers. These animals are found in different parts of the country's national parks. There are numerous parks in Nepal that cater to different types of outdoor activities such as hiking, bird watching, and elephant Safari.

Tiger Tops Safari

  • No of Days : 4
  • People: 2 to 8

Tiger Tops is a well-known brand of Nepal, popular for conserving the wildlife without deteriorating their environment and at the same time, it provid...

Bardia National Park

  • No of Days : 4
  • People: 2 to 8

Bardiya National Park is a protected area in Nepal that was established in 1988 as Royal Bardia National Park. Covering an area of 968 km2 (374 sq mi)...