Nepal has great views of the Himalayas and many heritage sites. With its wide Himalayan ranges, pristine villages, medieval cultural heritages, and harmonious Hindu and Buddhist religious sites, Nepal can be a top go-to place for visitors. But it also has many natural floras and faunas in:

  • 12 National Parks
  • 1 Wildlife Reserve
  • 1 Hunting Reserve
  • 6 Conservation Areas
  • 13 Buffer Zones

Nepal has about 3.2% of the flora and 1.1% of fauna known in the world while covering 0.1% of the global area. So, we are very blessed in living natural resources. And the best way to explore these regions is to go for a Safari in the wild on a Jeep or back of the largest land mammal in the world, the Elephant. It will be a wildlife safari experience with many endangered species like One-Horned Rhinoceros, Red Panda, South Asian River Dolphin, Asian Elephant, Snow leopard, Bengal Tiger, Himalayan Musk Deer, and many more. Also, you can see the Spiny Babbler, the only species that is found in Nepal. So why not join us and experience a nice safari in the popular national parks of Nepal?

Safari in Nepal Package(s)