Jungle Safari in Nepal

Jungle Safari in Nepal

Before you go

Yes, jungle safaris in Nepal are generally safe when conducted with experienced guides and within designated areas. Following safety guidelines is essential.

The best time to spot Bengal tigers is during the dry season, from February to April and from October to November when the visibility is better.

Yes, many national parks and reserves in Nepal offer accommodations, ranging from basic lodges to luxurious resorts, providing a variety of choices.

It’s advisable to book your jungle safari in advance, especially during the peak tourist seasons, to ensure availability and a hassle-free experience.

The Tharu people have a deep connection with the jungles and offer unique cultural experiences, including traditional dances and insights into their way of life.

Yes, Nepal’s jungles are a paradise for birdwatchers, and you can spot a wide variety of bird species, including rare and endangered ones.