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Jungle Safari


The plains in the southern part of the country contain an amazing variety of flora and fauna. The National Parks and Wildlife Reserves are regenerated habitats for many endangered wildlife like rhinos, tigers, wild elephant, and bison amongst many others. They are the largest and most undisturbed wilderness in the Terai region. Home to black buck, swamp deer and endangered aquatic animals like Gangetic dolphins, Gharial crocodiles, Bengal Florican, Lesser Florican, Silver-eared Mesia and Sarus Crane. The Royal Chitwan National Park and the Royal Bardia National Park are accessible by plane or overland drive. Lodge accommodation and all activities including meals are provided inside the park and reserves. A two-night three-day or three-night four-day package is recommended. Enjoy the thrill of riding elephants in search of rhino and tiger on a jungle safari, walking through the towering elephant grass or being paddled down river. Camp in Nepal’s Chitwan National Park, a great place to relax after a trek. In India our ‘Garhwal Himal- Source of the Ganges’ treks visits the famous Corbett National Park.

Some other National Parks and Wildlife Reserves of Nepal are:

Royal Bardia National Park.
Khaptad National Park.
Sagarmatha National Park.
Langtang National Park.
Makalu Barun National Park.
Shey Phoksundo National Park.
Rara National Park.
Shukla Panta Wildlife Reserve.
Kosi Tappu Wildlife Reserve.
Parsa Wildlife Reserve.
Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve

Hot Air Ballooning

Hot air Ballooning or Balloon sunrise has become one of the most attractive flights for seeing sunrise over the Himalayas. Usually flights begin shortly after dawn, when the winds are their calmest. Once the balloon is full and all the systems double-checked, the lines are let loose and the passenger basket is carried up over the morning fog and into the sun-lit skies. The balloon will float at about 1,200 to 1,500 m above the Valley, which will bring passengers close to 3,000m! From this altitude, the entire Himalayan range will be in sight -360 degrees of visibility is what the balloon in the air offers, as well as fantastic downward views of the Kathmandu Valley itself. This can be organised through Parikrama Treks.

Grade: N/A Max-Altitude: 1600
Trek Region: N/A Starts in/ Ends in: Hard
Trek Duration: 10 Type of trek: N/A
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