Nepal is known of course for the Himalayas, but one of its jewels are its expansive wildlife preserves. Similar to what you could experience in Africa, going on safari in the southern Terai region of Nepal is something few people have done. And with almost 2,000 square kilometers of protected land, there's much to discover.
Chitwan has long been one of the country’s treasures, covering over 900 square kilometers in the subtropical lowlands of the Terai. Here within the Tikauli forest and near the Rapti River you can go on safari in search of Rhinos, rare birds and monkeys, and help bathe an elephant (and the elephant will likewise help bathe you!). River crossings are made in handmade, wooden canoes, the same the locals use for fishing and transportation. There are also cultural tours where you can learn cooking techniques from indigenous tribes in their villages.
National Park is another giant national park, covering almost 1000
square kilometers. It is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness
area in the Terai, adjoining the eastern bank of the Karnali River.
We can customize your journey to include mountain bike tours, hot air ballooning, paragliding, mountain climbing, cultural tours, and white water rafting.