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Introduction of safari:

Nepal is a land of extreme contrasts in climate and geography. It has a unique topography ranging from lowlands with sub-tropical jungles to arctic conditions in the Himalayan highlands. Within a mere 150 kilometers, the land rises from near sea level in the south to over 8,000 meters in the north. This together with the monsoon rainfall along the south facing slopes has resulted in compacting virtually all climate zones found on planet earth. as result , Nepal has been endowed with the great diversity of life- zones providing a home for a large variety , birds and animals.

Our client riding elephantTerai lowland is the richest habitat with the tall grasslands interspersed with reverie and hardwood Sal forest. Here one can see wild life such as the Swamp deer, musk deer, black buck, blue bull, and the Royal Bengal tiger, Gharial and mugger crocodiles, and the last of a breed of Asiatic wild buffalo. This area is also rich in birdlife with verity of babblers and orioles, Koles , drongos , peacocks  and a multitude of wintering wildfowl.

Once one if the most famous big game hunting areas in Asia , Chitwan National park now offers protection to a large array of mammals such as the one- horned rhinoceros, tiger , leopard, sloth bear and the gaur ( wild bison ) as well as more then 400 species of birds.

Royal Chitwan National Park:
Royal bengal tigerNepal`s first and most famous National park is situated in the Chitwan Doon or the lowlands of the inner Terai. Covering an area of 932 sq. km. The park includes hilly areas of the Siwalik range covered by deciduous sal forest. A fifth of the park is made up of the floodplains of the Narayani , Rapti and the Rue rivers and is covered by dense tall elephant grass interspersed with reverie forests of silk cotton( Kapok) , acacia and Sisam trees. Chitwan also supports a great variety of flora and fauna. There are four specious of deer, including the spotted chittal, leopard, sloth bear, wild boar etc.. The swampy areas and numerous ox-bow lakes of Chitwan provide a home for marsh crocodiles. Here is also found one one of the worlds four species of fresh water dolphins.
Access:
Chitwan is easily accessible from highway to Bharatpur and sauraha. There are daily flights from Kathmandu to Bharatpur . Another exciting alternative is a one to three days raft trip down the Trishuli river to Narayanghat or directly into the western edge of the park.  can stay in one of the several lodges and camps inside or outside the park.
Our Tentative Programs:
Most of the lodges are simple from outside, with mud walls with comfortable double-bedded rooms having hot and cold running water. The rustic design of the buildings is in perfect harmony with the total wilderness and completely isolated surroundings.
01 nights 02 days:
 
 

Day 01:
Upon arrival welcome drink and short briefing about program.

13.00 Lunch served
14.00 Culture tour to Tharu Village
16.00 Sunset viewing
18:00 Tharu stick dance
19.00 Dinner served
 
 
 

Day 02:

5.30 AM wake -up call.
6.30 AM breakfast served
7.50 AM Elephant back safari-Bird watching or jeep drive (it depends on the time of the year.)
18:00 Tharu stick dance
19.00 Dinner served
10.30 AM final departure to Kathmandu or to
Pokhara or to Indian Border
 
 
02 nights 03 days:
 
 

1st day

Upon arrival welcome drink and short briefing about program.
13.00 Lunch served
14.00 Culture tour to Tharu Village
16.00 Sunset viewing
18:00 Tharu stick dance
18:00 Tharu stick dance
19.00 Dinner served
 
 
 

2nd day

5.30 AM Wake up call
6.00 tea / coffee
6:30 start elephant safari or jeep drive
8.30 Breakfast served
9.15 Canoe ride/ elephant briefing and swimming and bath..
1.0 PM lunch served
2.0 PM Rest hour
3.0 PM nature/ jungle walk - visit to observation tower
6.00 PM Slide show program
7.30 PM dinner served..
 
 
 

3rd Day

5.30 AM wake -up call.
6.30 AM breakfast served
7.50 AM Bird watching program
10.30 AM final departure or earlier or little later …to Kathmandu or to
Pokhara or to Indian Border
 
 
03 nights 04 days:
 
 

Receive, wel- come drink and briefing by the lodge manager.

1st Day
1:00 PM arrival -Lunch served.
2:00 PM Elephant ride / nature walk / visit to tower
4.00 PM village visiting
7.00 PM dinner served
 
 
 

2nd Day

5.30 AM Wake up call
6.00 tea / coffee
6:30 start elephant safari / bird watching
8.30 Breakfast served
9.15 Canoe ride/ elephant briefing and swimming and bath..
4.0 PM lunch served
5.0 PM Rest hour
6.0 PM nature walk - visit to observation tower
6.00 PM Tharu stick dance program
7.30 PM dinner served..
 
 
 

3rd Day

Wake up call
Tea /coffee
Bird watching
Jeep drive
20,000 lake visiting by bicycle or Jeep
Lunch
Slide show
Dinner
 
 
 

4th Day

Bird watching or jungle walks
Breakfast
Final departure to Kathmandu or to Pokhara or to Indian Border
 
 
What to see:
Vegetation:Shorea Kobusta (sal) 70%, grassland 20%, reverie forest (sishoo, Khair, etc) 7%, Pinus Rox Burgii 3%.
Animals:One horned Rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger, Wild Boar, Gour, Neelgai (Blue Cow), wild elephant, Antelope, Striped Hyena, Pangolin, Chital, Hog Deer, Barking Deer, Common leopard, Sloth Bear, Rate, palm Civet, Wild Dog, Langur, etc. Reptiles like the Lizard, Python, Cobra, etc and more than 45 species of amphibians.
Birds:450 Species of birds like Bengal Horizon, giant hornbill and black and white stork, Peacock, Red Jungle fowl, Heron, Kingfisher, wood Peacker, flycatcher etc.
When to visit:
The best time to visit the park is October - November in fall and mid February - mid May in summer.
 
Royal Bardia National Park:

tiger at Royal Bardia National park

The Royal Bardia National Park is situated one the eastern banks of the Karnali river , about 400 km west of Kathmandu . The park is 968sq. kms. In area extends from Churia hills southward to the gentle slopes of the Bhabhar,. The western end of the Bardia is bounded by numerous water -ways of the Karnali river which have created many large and small gravel islands.
Bardia is the home of wide variety of animals, many of which live in and around the Phantas. These open grasslands such as Baghora and Lamkoili are the best places to view animals. The most conspicuous of which is the spotted deer. Other ungulates include black buck , hog deer , samber deer, wild boar and Barasingha or swamp deer. Two species of monkeys , the langur and the rhesus macaque are also present . The park is famous for its small herds of wild elephants which are rarely seen. The Park also boasts a small population of the rare gharial , the marsh mugger crocodile and the Gangetic dolphin. The island of the Karnali river harbours the sub -continents largest antelope species , the Nelgai or Blue bull. More then 350 specious have been recorded in Bardia, truly a bird watcher`s paradise.

Access:
To reach Bardia, take the daily air flight or public day or night bus from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj , from where it is five hour drive by jeep to the camp area. This nature sanctuary is best visit from October to April however it is hot during the months from April - August.
Our Tentative Programs:
  03 night's 04 days fly in fly out (Kathmandu - Nepaljung - Kathmandu or Pokhara.
04 night's 05 days drive in fly out or both ways drives.
05 nights 06 days
07 nights 08 days (With Karnali Rafting)
 
What to see:
Vegetation: The Park contains 70% of shore Robusta and the remaining 30% is covered with the balance mixture of grasslands and reverie woods.
Animals: The wild Boar, Hog Deer, Blue Bull, Porcupine, sloth bear, wild dog, Mongoose, civets, jungle cats, Rhesus Monkey, Barking Deer, Sambar Deer Otter, Jackal, Hyena, Common Leopard. Fishing cat, Langur Monkey etc. are commonly seen.
Birds: The Woodpecker (10 species), Heron (5 species), Bulbul (5 species), Dove (5 species), Egret (4 species), Parakeets, King fisher, Bee Eater, Barbet, Pigeon, Stork, Sunbird, Babbler, Warble, flycatcher and Bar-headed Goose are seen in this park.
When to visit:
The best seasons to visit the park are fall (October - November) and spring (mid February - April).
How to travel:
There is a daily domestic flight to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu Airport. This national Park can be reached by surface route only. So after reaching Nepalgunj, Public bus services wait us to the far west Terai.
   
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