The Jungle safari takes place in the Terai, which is the part of the Gangetic Plains that connect south Nepal and north India for 500 kilometers. This stretch was called the "char koshe jhari" in Nepal, meaning the ‘eight-mile forest stretch' that was a formidable barrier until the 1950s. The southern plains of Nepal are covered with dense tropical jungle teeming with fascinating wildlife and exotic birds. The one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal tiger, crocodile and Himalayan black bear are the stars of the show among the hundreds of species of wild animals that make their home here. The kingdom also contains over 800 species of colorful birds, or about 10% of the world total. An excursion through this zoological garden by elephant, canoe, and four-wheel drive vehicle is a jungle safari you’ll remember for a long time.
With the comfortable stay in one of several Jungle Lodges and/or Tented Camps set in Nepal's famous
Bardia National Park is the largest park in the lowland Terai, covering an area of 968 sq. km. The p
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve was mainly established to protect the rare wild water buffaloes. The ar