Nepal Wildlife Tour package

A wildlife tour in Nepal is ideal for anyone looking for a varied experience. It will bring you closer to nature, give you the chance to observe rare, endangered creatures, and allow you to explore protected regions. Nepal is a beautiful destination that ranks among the top choices of specialized tourists because of its varied landscape, flora and fauna, animals, and other natural features. Explore the fauna of various national parks and conservation zones, which offer rare and endangered species along with astounding untamed habitats, as you journey through your jungle experience on a safari.

The Nepal Wildlife Tour Package allows you to discover the wild habitat, flora, and animals, as well as the beautiful settlements in the area. It is an adventure to the beauty in the wild. Nepal is one of the best countries to visit since it has rich cultural heritage and beautiful natural surroundings. Recent trends place wildlife exploration at the top of travelers’ wish lists all across the world.

Nepal is a fascinating country in the world for an adventurous wildlife trip in Nepal. A specific region of the southern Terai plains includes well-preserved rainforests that serve as the natural habitat for a variety of species. The main attractions of the Nepal safari tour include eco resort accommodations, traditional hospitality, and seeing endangered rare creatures in the wild. For those looking for a truly enjoyable vacation and a variety of unique activities, a wildlife tour in Nepal is excellent.

For an unusual vacation in Nepal, Vehicle Nepal provides a complete jungle safari package. You will have the opportunity to visit and discover some of the top wild life safari tour locations in the world with us, including Chitwan National Park, Koshi Tapu Wild Life Reserve, and Bardiya National Park. Rhinos, Royal Bengal tigers, and wild elephants can all be seen in Chitwan National Park. This park is also home to a large variety of birds and reptiles. While Bardiya National Park is the best tiger habitat in Nepal, Koshi Tapu has the best bird sanctuary.

Wildlife Visiting place in Nepal

Chitwan National Park

As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chitwan National Park is one of the best parks in the world. It is the oldest national park in Nepal. The main attraction of Chitwan National Park is the Royal Bengal tiger, One-horn Rhino, and Ghariyal. The Nepal Safari tour is popular in Chitwan National Park. The jungle safari at Chitwan National Park is a mind-blowing experience that will take you into the forest and help you discover the wildlife and animal kingdom. Along with that other adventure activities like Canoeing, Elephant riding, Bird watching, and Nature walking can be done in this National Park.

Bardiya National Park

The Bardia National Park in the western lowlands of Nepal has incredible wildlife. The Terai region of Nepal’s flora and fauna may be explored in detail at Bardia National Park. The Babai River separates it from the Bardia district, which is located close to the eastern banks of the Karnali River. Wild animals including the Great One-Horned Rhinos, Swamp Deer, Wild Elephants, Royal Bengal Tigers, and many others are protected in the Bardia National Park. The Bardia National Park is home to native and exotic wildlife, as well as migratory birds which are perfect for the Nepal Wildlife tour package. It is the ideal location to see magnificent animals in its natural setting.

Koshitappu Wildlife Reserve

The Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is one of the smallest national parks in Nepal which is included in the Nepal Wild life trip. It is a haven for birdwatchers. At least 493 different bird species can be found in the river islands’ Koshi Tappu Reserve, which is also the last remaining habitat for the very endangered Arna-long pointy-horned wild water buffalo. Its area includes 175 sq km of grassland and wetland. Eastern Nepal’s Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve offers visitors the opportunity to experience the Koshi Tappu Rainforest.

Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve

This reserve is located in the 1325 sq km district of Rukum, Myagdi, and Baglung. Its altitude ranges from 2850 to 5500 meters. This reserve was originally established in 1987 with the specific aim of meeting the hunting requirements of Nepalese and foreign tourists. The world’s rarest and most endangered plant and animal species can be found in the hunting reserve of Dhorpatan. Dhorpatan hunting Reserve is the only hunting reserve in Nepal which is ideal for Nepal Wildlife tour package. The only location in Nepal where hunting with a license is allowed is the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. Except for the north, the area is entirely surrounded by villages. For filming, a specific permit is required.

Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve 

Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve is located in the far southwest of the Terai and covers an area of 305 sq km (including extension area), with an elevation range of 90-270 m. According to estimates, there are roughly two-thirds of forests and one-third of grasslands in the reserve’s vegetation cover. With a 54 sq km extent, the Suklaphanta grassland in Nepal is most likely the largest of these. Bengal floricans and hispid hares can be found in the reserve in the greatest numbers that breed in Nepal. Most of the area is still uninhabited and consequently untouched, especially in the highlands. This benefits wildlife and maintains a sense of mystery for people; since there are still many unexplored places, there is still a chance that new species may be discovered and our knowledge of the park’s bird and animal population will continue to grow.

Wildlife activity in Nepal

Elephant Safari

Elephant safari is one of the best ways to see wildlife up close. You can approach other animals up to one meter away since elephants can get close to them without the animals realizing that there are people on the elephants’ backs. It takes you inside the protected area. It is a thrilling experience to observe wild animals and plants on an Elephant safari. Elephant Safari can be done throughout the year. Elephant riding is most popular in Chitwan National Park.

Jeep Safari

Jeep Safari is one of the best ways to explore wildlife in Nepal.  The jeep safari is regarded as a thrilling experience that transports you through the lush grasslands, tall trees, hardwood Sal woodland, and stunning wildlife. Being the quickest method for a safari trip, it gives visitors a quick and up-close look at the park’s plants and animals. Jeep Safari is also perfect for bird-watching and covers a large area at a certain time.


Canoeing along the magnificent Rapti River can be both a peaceful and exhilarating experience.  You can see the stunning scenery of the Chitwan National Park and its various fauna while paddling slowly through it in a traditional hand-rowed canoe. Bird enthusiasts will enjoy seeing many bird species, including the Egret, Cormorant, Pond Heron, and Open Billed Stork. The chance to observe two types of crocodiles, the Gharial and the Marsh Mugger, is what makes the journey the most exciting.

Hunting in Dhorpatan

Hunting in Dhorpatan is the most unique experience in Nepal’s wildlife tour package. Hunting is allowed in the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve with a license only. There are two seasons in which hunting is permitted: from mid-September to mid-December in the first, and from mid-February to mid-April in the second. Along with a liaison officer and the reserve’s permit, hunters are permitted entry into the hunting block. It is illegal for hunters to kill young animals or females of their species, according to current legal regulations.

Bird Watching 

One of the best wildlife activities in Nepal is bird watching, which is perfect for anyone who enjoys the sound of birds chirping in a lush, massive forest. In actuality, Nepal is home to around 887 different bird species. Numerous uncommon, beautiful, and colorful bird species can be found in Nepal’s diverse climatic zones and spectacular scenery. 500 different bird species can be found in Kathmandu, the country of Nepal’s capital.

The well-known bird-watching locations in the Kathmandu valley include Shivapuri, Nagarjun, Godawari, Phulchowki, and Taudaha. Furthermore, outside of the Kathmandu valley, Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, and Koshi Tapu Wildlife Reserve are the ideal places to see the diverse range of birds. Together, they include about 543 different bird species. However, because it has so many wetlands, Koshi Tapu Wildlife Reserve is a refuge for both birds and birdwatchers. You can see both migratory and local birds there.

Why Nepal is the best place for a Wildlife tour

Bengal tiger

The Royal Bengal tiger is the main attraction for a Wildlife tour in Nepal. In Nepali, the Bengal tiger is known as the “Pate Baagh”. The Bengal tiger is an endangered species in the world. The protected areas in southern Nepal where you can find tigers which are Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, Banke National Park, Sukla Phanta National Park, and Parsa National Park. Among these, tigers can be easily encountered in Chitwan and Bardia national parks. During your safari in the protected areas, you can get a close view of the Royal Bengal tiger in Nepal.

One horn rhino

One-horn rhino is an endangered species which are found in protected areas of Nepal. Rhinos inhabit the alluvial flood-plain vegetation of sub-tropical climates where water and green grass is available all year. One Horned Rhinoceros belongs to Perissodactyla Order and Rhinocerotidae Family. India and Nepal are their original home countries. It can be found in Nepal in the following national parks: Chitwan National Park and neighboring forests, Bardia National Park and nearby forests, Sukla Phanta National Park and nearby forests, and Parsa National Park and nearby forests.


Nepal is home to the highest mountain in the world, Mount. Everest. Nepal has 8 out of 14 mountains in the world above 8000m; Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Annapurna. Under a canopy of blue sky, the Himalayas are standing tall and welcome daring climbers, hikers, and trekkers. One of Nepal’s well-known draws for travelers is its geographic variety, cultural richness, pristine nature, secret places, magnificent landscape, and brilliant mountains.

Temple City and UNESCO

There are hundreds of temples and monuments built in Nepal. Temples play a significant role in practically every country’s identity. The name “city of temples” refers to Nepal’s capital, and the country is well known for its many temples. Pashupatinath and Muktinath Temples are two of the most well-known of the numerous temples in the nation.

There are some temples that are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO are; Changunarayan temple, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Lumbini, and Patan Durbar Square.


Nepal is a nation with a diverse culture. Nepal is a country with a predominance of religions, and also practices Hinduism and Buddhism, in addition to Christianity and Islam. The culture is mysterious, with a wide variety of religious practices, rituals, celebrations, pilgrimages, and local customs. Nepal is a beautiful land where you can find 50 ethnic group who speaks 126 different languages. Each ethnic group follows its own culture, speaks its own language, and follows its own living style.

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