Visiting Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet in search of the local wildlife can be an immensely rewarding experience. The birdwatching is excellent, particularly in eastern Bhutan, while the ever elusive Bengal Tiger and endangered greater one horned rhino are of course the major draw. Our wildlife safari tours in Nepal concentrate on Chitwan and Bardia National Parks in the lowland Terai region, as well as checking out other parts of the country. Bhutan's national parks are not so developed, and the wildlife viewing is done more during normal tours or specialist bird watching trips.
This newly revised itinerary adds a nature walk through the Nagarjun Forest Reserve and time at the remote Shreeban Nature camp to visits to the famous Chitwan National Park, best known for its population of the rare one-horned rhinoceros, and another superb but less-visited wildlife haven, Bardia National Park in western Nepal, where you have a better chance of seeing the majestic Bengal tiger.
Spectacular river valleys and mountain forests provide a perfect setting for those who appreciate unspoilt, natural beauty.
Nepal's most westerly National Park and home to the countries largest population of Bengal tigers.
Chitwan is Nepal's most popular National Park and famous for it's herds of Asian rhino.
Sukla Phanta lies far to the west of Nepal, near the border with India and was the countries first National Park.
Understand more about how we grade our treks in Nepal, Bhutan & Tibet.
Comprehensive guide to whitewater rafting in Nepal & Bhutan.
"The organisation was first rate and the porters and the guide Madan were excellent and I could not have asked for a better company."
Mark Seymour (Everest Base Camp)
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