In recognition of biodiversity the government of Nepal has established a network of 20 protected areas since 1973, consisting of 10 national parks, 3 wildlife reserves, 6 conservation areas and 1 hunting reserve. The Terai consists of 163 wetlands followed by hills and 79 different mountains, which extend from Mechi in the east to Mahakali in the west. Among 27 recognized global freshwater wetland types, 20 are found in Nepal. But at present, only 9 wetlands are included in the Ramsar
Jungle activities in Nepal include venturing into deep jungles on elephant back or four-wheel drive to view wild animals in their natural habitat, canoe rides or rafting on the jungle rivers, nature walks, camping trips, bird watching, dolphin sighting, fishing, tiger or wild elephant tracking, village tour excursions, etc. Experiencing a wildlife safari while in Nepal has always been a traveler’s delight. The extreme geographical diversity of Nepal provides a wealth of flora and fauna unlike anywhere else in the world.
In addition to visiting parks and jungles, we have plenty more to offer you during your stay in Nepal. We might dare say we are an adrenaline lover’s dream, set in one of the most exotic locations. So we invite you to explore this beautiful country with us, with your fully customized package to make the most of the time you have here. We can create packages for you from as little as 1 day up to 3 weeks or more. The choice is yours!