Jungle Safari Tours

Green lush forest is wealth of Nepal “Hariyo Ban Nepalko Dhan” is common statement popular among inhabitants of Nepal. Country is blessed with over 19000 Himalayan mountain peaks and three forests belts. Alpine, Temperate and Subtropical forests boast plethora of wildlife and vegetations. Numerous wildlife conservation area and national parks are abodes of endangered species. Himalayan First Adventure prepared jungle safari tour packages for tourists to witness jewels of animals, birds and vegetation. Chitwan National Park, Bardiya National Park and Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve are popular jungle safari destination. For the bird watching purpose Shivapuri National Park and Langtang National Park are highly recommended.

Plan today where you would like to go. If you are searching for place where clamor of city and tranquility of woods are present then Chitwan National Park is best place to go for Jungle Safari Tour. One horned rhino, elephant back safari, breeding centre of elephants and crocodile, tigers, deer, wild buffaloes and monkey are common inhabitants of Chitwan National Park. Bardiya National Park is home of Royal Bengal Tiger and river dolphin. This is amazing place for wild buffaloes mating event and bird watching experience. Great Karnali River civilization of Tharu culture can also be witnessed. The rituals and traditional houses of indigenous Tharu community model village are seen in Chitwan as well. Apart from forests exploration Jungle Safari Tour is popular to understand the culture and rituals of forests dwellers.

Himalayan First Adventure designed jungle safari tour in Nepal with view to promote forest conservation and preserve endangered species of wildlife. Our crew members always promote eco-friendly measures for the tour in Nepal or trekking in Nepal activities. Therefore, touring with us always supports greater cause of creating Nepal as sustainable tourism destination. Book Chitwan Jungle Safari or Bardiya Jungle Safari package tour and witness magnificent woods environment of Nepal.