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Wildlife Safari

Popular Packages

  • Introduction to Wildlife Safari in Nepal

    Jungle safari in Nepal guides you into exotic wildlife housing rich bio-diversity amidst its rolling prairies, tranquil wetlands and majestic woodlands.

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    Nepal Bird Watching Tour

    15 Days

    This trip offers you a wonderful opportunity to explore the rich bird life in Nepal. You begin your birding journey from Phulchowki Hill that lies on the outskirts of Kathmandu.

  • Koshi Tappu Birdwatching tour

    Koshi Tappu Bird Watching Tour

    4 Days

    The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve covers an area of 175 sq km and is in the eastern Terai region of Nepal. It lies on the flood plains of the Sapt Koshi and is for the…

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    Fine Feathered Friends - Bird Watching Tour

    10 Days

    A close encounter with colorful feathers of birds in Nepal Explore the country’s chief birding hotspots Phulchowki Hill, the lake of Taudaha, Shivapuri National Park, Nagarjun Forest and Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve.   Phulchowki hill, situated 20 km south- east of…

  • bardia National Park

    Bardia National Park

    Bardia National park encompasses an area of 968 sq. km. in the mid-far Western region thickly forested by sal trees (Shorea robusta). An area of 327 sq. km belonging to the park was declared a…

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    Kathmandu Valley Bird Watching Tour

    6 Days

    The verdant hills surrounding Kathmandu valley serve as nesting sites for many birds. Phulchowki Hill, situated 20 km south- east of Kathmandu, with some 288 species recorded to date is the most popular bird watching…

  • Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan National Park

    During the late 19th century, Chitwan was the private hunting reserve of the Rana Prime Ministers. In 1911, King George V led a hunting party to Chitwan and is said to have shot thirty-seven tigers…

Happy Explorers

We were very pleased with the trip, primarily because the guide was very friendly and helpful. He handled the logistics quite well. He was also very knowledgeable about the area and the culture.

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