If you want to experience true wildlife in Nepal, we at Natraj Trekking organizes various jungle safari trips to Nepal on the following national parks
Chitwan National Park (CNP) – UNESCO World Heritage site
This is one of Nepal’s largest forest reserve with a wide range of wildlife; the great one horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, sloth bear, leopard, wild boar, fresh water dolphin, crocodile, more than 350 species of birds and the elusive royal Bengal tiger. This is one of the best-managed national parks in the world, which covers an area of 1040 sq. km. It is situated 160 km southwest of Kathmandu. RCNP is the last home for about 250 remaining endangered Asian one-horned rhinoceros.
Bardia National Park is the largest national park in the terai region, covering an area of 968 sq.km. The park situated in Nepal’s western terai, was established for the conservation of tigers and their prey species. Initially, a wildlife reserve, it was expanded and gazetted a National Park in 1988. In 1997, an area of 327 km2 surrounding the park was declared a buffer zone, which consists of forests and private lands, and is managed by the park authorities and local communities. Karnali Lodge was opened in 1988 in support of the park’s development through tourism.