Jungle safari in Nepal is one another exciting sports in Nepal. It best suits especially to those who wish to explore the endangered animals, birds, diverse flora, and fauna, Nepal is no doubt a heaven for such sports. You can simply walk a day or two; stroll around the bush with elephant back, bird-watching and have many more of such recreation activities in the strategic areas across Nepal. The delight you get here in Nepal is perhaps impossible to find anywhere else in the world, because Nepal is rich not only the Himalayas alone but also in wildlife and no doubt with jungle which cover some 20 percent of the land is covered with the jungle, which is home to over 850 species of birds (8 percent of the world's population), 2 percent flowering plants in the world, over 500 species of butterflies, 600 indigenous plant families, 320 species of exotic orchid and many more. Therefore, jungle safari in Nepal offers not only to explore the greeneries but also aforementioned diversities.
There are altogether 9-national parks, 4-wildlife reserves, and three-conservation area. These protected areas cover some 20 percent of the total lands in Nepal. Of these parks, namely Royal Chitwan National Park, Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Royal Bardia National Park, and Royal Shukla Phanta wildlife reserve offer jungle safari on elephant back or jeep rides. Jungle safari primarily with elephant back is great way to relax after having long-long days of trekking or traveling in the slated part of the destinations. Nepal Adventure Bound is one of the authorized agency to operate the jungle safaris packages across the country along with bird-watching tour, therefore, feel free to contact us any such kinds of recreational activities here in Nepal.