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    An alpha predator, lethal prey killer, cunning, and sacred animal, Tiger is one of the widely reckoned animals on the planet. Everyone would love to see how these big cats roam into the woods.

    Sadly, there are few places where you can view these fantastic animals now; they are on the verge of extinction. Yet, there are some lands where you have good chances of viewing one of them. Nepal, the custodian of the Himalayas, is one of them.

    With over 235 tigers, Nepal is among the favorable homes to the tigers, more especially the Bengal Tigers. Thanks to the efforts of all the stakeholders, Nepal has managed to double the number of Tigers compared to 2009’s tiger count. For a small country like Nepal, those numbers are pretty impressive. Thus, you can know why Nepal is the top nation to come across the deadliest predator. You have good odds of viewing one of the cats here.

    There are two prime destinations for Nepal Tiger Tours: Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park. Besides those two sites, Suklaphanta National Park and Banke National Park, Parsa National Park are other tigers’ homes in Nepal. However, the ultimate go-to sites for tiger-seeing tours in Nepal are the former ones.

    Let’s get to learn more about tiger tours in Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park.

    Best Places for Nepal Tiger Tour

    Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan National Park is the first national park of Nepal which is also a UNESCO natural world heritage site. Rich and abundant with wildlife and vegetation, the park is the ultimate place for jungle adventures in Nepal, rich and abundant with wildlife and vegetation. The park is about 148km southwest of Kathmandu, making it the closest jungle escape in Nepal.  It covers 367.81 sq mi in the southern subtropical inner plain lands of Nawalpur, Chitwan, Parsa, and Makwanpur, the three districts of south-central Nepal.

    Once a hunting ground of Royals, Chitwan National Park is a protected site and a roof to a wide range of wild animals. The park is dotted 70% with Himalayan Subtropical Broadleaf forests, majorly by green sal trees. And those woods are home to over 700 species of animals.

    The Narayani-Rapti River follows through the park, which is home to 113 species of fist and crocodiles. Likewise, the park is home to 68 different mammals including, the king of the jungle-Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhinoceros, Sloth Bears, Honey Badgers, and more. Similarly, the protected site is a fantastic place for bird watching with over 543 species of birds.

    Chitwan National Park is not only popular for jungle safari but also for community visits. Every Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour doer gets time to visit the Tharu locals for interaction and cultural dances. Chitwan National Park is a top place for a wild time in Nepal for that particular reason and all the natural richness.

    Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park by Exciting Nepal is the plan you should choose for this adventure.

    Tour Details

    Duration: 3 days

    Best Time: All Year Round

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    Major Highlights of Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park

    • Experience the best jungle safari in Nepal.
    • Visit elephant and crocodile breeding centers.
    • Go out for peaceful jungle walks and witness the denseness of the woods.
    • Indulge in exciting activities like Elephant Back Safari, Elephant Bathing, Canoe Ride, Jeep Safari, Birds Watching in Bishazari Lake, Sunset by the Rapti river, and more.
    • Come across endangered species like Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhino, Mugger Crocodile.
    • Attend a community visit for dance and local cuisine.

    Why this place for a Nepal Tiger Tour?

    As of 2020, there are 93 tigers inside Chitwan National Park. The tiger density for Chitwan National Park is around 3.28 tigers per 100sq km, higher than any other national park in the country. That makes Chitwan National Park a place to visit for sighting Bengal tigers. Therefore, if you are keen to view tigers and their homes, Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour would be a wise deal. Alongside tigers, you will view countless animals and birds by doing various major activities in the park.

    How to reach?

    You can reach the park entrance via two ways from Kathmandu: By Air and By Bus. The park is about 96km(60miles) southwest of Kathmandu.

    First, if you choose the airway to reach Chitwan, the time duration is only 20 minutes. You will fly to Bharatpur Airport, the nearest airport to Chitwan National Park, from Kathmandu. Following the scenic flight, you will land at the airport, and you will join a cab ride of half an hour to reach the park.

    Second, you have the option of a bus drive of 5+ hours through a winding highway. The ride is scenic as the road goes through the countryside of Nepal. The duration for the bus option is for those who are not in a hurry. And by the end of the drive, you will be at the entrance of Chitwan National Park.

    Bardia National Park

    If there is one national park that comes second to Chitwan National Park in Nepal, it’s Bardia National Park of western Nepal. Located around 376km west of Kathmandu, the park has enough highlights to attract visitors. It spans over 374 sq mi in the west part of Nepal in Bardia District.

    Those ready to go west of Nepal to this park get to experience an off-the-beaten jungle adventure. Alongside wildlife exploration, the park is an excellent destination for white water rafting and angling. All praise goes to the Karnali River, which borders the park, and Babai River, which flows through the park.

    FYI, Bardia National Park is one of the largest protected sites in Nepal. About 70% of the park is full of grassland, riverine, and savannah forest. That includes 173 vascular plant species. The park is a treat to the eyes for some reason. Moving to its fauna part, the vegetation of the park is a habitat for 642 animal species. Karnali and Babai Rivers are home to 125 unique fish species, including the rare Gangetic Dolphin.

    Moreover, the national park has recorded 407 bird species, making it a perfect corner for bird watching. The common birds of the park are Bengal Florican, Bar-Headed Geese, Peafowl, and Golden-Headed Cisticola.

    Likewise, one can come across various reptile and amphibian species, including the endangered Mugger Gharial. At least 53 mammals call this park their home, compromising species like Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhino, Indian Elephant, Barasingha, and Fishing Cat. Bardia is for those who are playing their luck to see the Bengal Tiger.

    All of the lives and woods found inside the park make it the best place for jungle time in Nepal.

    Jungle Safari in Bardia is the right plan to experience all of these.

    Trip Details

    Duration: 4 days

    Best Time: All Year Round

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    Major Highlights of Jungle Safari in Bardia National Park

    • Explore the less frequented protected site of Nepal to see a diverse jungle world.
    • Reach the deepest of the jungle to track Bengal Tigers in their habitats.
    • Elephant Back Safari through the woods of Bardia and explore the jungle life.
    • Introduction to the local life and communities of the region.
    • Bird Watching, sports fishing, jungle walks, Crocodile Breeding Center, and Elephant Breeding Centers.

    Why this place for a Nepal Tiger Tour?

    You have great chances of sighting tigers in Bardia National Park. There are some reasons. First, the tigers’ prey density of the park is 92.6 animals per kilometer square. That makes the park a good place for tigers. Another, as per the data of 2016, the total count of wild tigers inside the park is 56, which is the second-highest in the country. The jeep and elephant safaris of the park take you deep into the habitats of tigers; you will most probably see a few of them.

    How to reach?

    Bardia National Park is about 376 km away from Kathmandu. You can reach Bardia National Park via flight and bus. If you take a flight, the airplane will take 40 minutes to land at Nepalgunj Airport, the nearest airport to the park. And then, a 2 hours jeep drive will take you to the entrance of the park.

    Likewise, if you choose roadways, the bus or jeep will take 11 to 12 hours to reach Bardia National Park from Kathmandu. The drive will be through the winding hill highways and the straight highways of Nepal’s plainlands. An excellent way to see Nepal’s western side through the window.

    To Conclude

    Nepal’s biodiversity is perfect for tigers to sustain. The efforts to preserve the cat are also have been running from all sides. Thankfully, as a result, Nepal is one of the nations that has doubled the population of tigers.

    You have gone through the two top places for a Nepal Tiger Tour to see the deadly king of the jungle. Choose one of them and fulfill your long wish to see tigers roaring and hunting prey down in their habitats. The woods of Nepal are full of lives that have to be witnessed by the world. Come and join us to do a Nepal Tiger Tour with us!

    Trip Cost US$ 250-550 Per person

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