3 National Parks Wildlife Adventure Saafri.
Bardia National Park in the western Terai and Royal Chitwan National Park in the central Terai lowlands and Koshi toppu provide some of the best wildlife and nature viewing places in Asia. Visit a wonderful world of lush sub-tropical jungles, tall elephant grass, lakes and rivers which is the home to some of the most endangered animals on earth, the elusive tiger and the prehistoric rhinoceros, including many species of mammals, birds, insects and reptiles are some of the examples of endangered animals which are being protected in both the National parks. Adventure Zone Trekking & Expedition (P) LTD has developed a tour by elephant back, jeep and boat. Savor the forest and its unique sanctuary on a quite nature walk with a local guide.
For the more serious bird watchers the Kosi Tapu Wildlife Park, in south-east Nepal provides a unique venue for watching migratory waterfowl, waders and shore birds that congregate along the Koshi River from December to February every year. We have a choice of jungle lodges, tented camps and guest houses from where you can explore the Himalayan parks and its wildlife. Nepal’s most famous National Park (Chitwan National Park) is situated in the Chitwan Doon or the lowlands of inner Terai. Covering an area of 932 sq. km. the park includes a hilly area of Siwalik range covered by deciduous sal forest. This ecologically diverse area is the last remaining home in Nepal for more than 300 of the endangered Asian one-horned rhinoceros and harbors one of the largest populations of the elusive and rare Royal Bengal tigers. Besides rhino and tiger, Chitwan also supports a great variety of flora and fauna. There are four species of deer, wild dog, wild cat, crocodile and the park is the paradise for 450 species of birds.
Jungle activities include jungle safari on elephant back, canoeing, typical tharu dance, jungle walk, bird watching and visit of crocodile hatchery. The program can be one night to 4 nights long depending on your time available. Chitwan can be reached by car, raft, and flight and by bus.In a single jungle safaris tour in four major and prominent national parks in Nepal, we have tried to give short, simple and sweet introduction and activities taken place in and its value for visiting for particular purpose. It is not necessary and compulsory of visiting all the places in a single tour you can choose one of it, two of it or all of it depending upon the time and budget you plan. Not only this, all most all of our programs and itineraries developed and designed are customizable. So, feel always very comfortable to ask and make your plan by yourself and let us know what kind of tour you like and which of the place you think is more important and valuable for you to do. We will plan for you accordingly keeping your interest and budget in the centre.
Day by day Itinerary [Click here for detailed Itineray]
Day 01 - Arrive in Kathmandu 1350m and transfer to Hotel.
Day 02 - Kathmandu Sightseeing
Day 03 - Fly to Nepalgunj and transfer to Royal Bardiya National park after lunch jungle activity.
Day 04-05 - Full jungle activity.
Day 06 - After breakfast transfer by private vehicle to Chitawan National Park.
Day 07-08 - Full jungle activity at Chitawan National Park.
Day 09 - After breakfast Transfer to the Koshi Tappu National Park especially for bird watching.
Day 10-12 - Full jungle activity.
Day 13 - After breakfast arrive Kathmandu from Koshi Tapu National park.
Day 14 - Free day at Kathmandu.
Day 15 - Final departure from Nepal. PAirs of shoes, sun glass, sun cream, simple sleeping bag and good digital camera.
What is there to shop in Kathmandu-5
The Nepalese Madal is a unique Drum you can buy for your friends or yourself. It is unique in nature and sounds sweet. Try to hear some Nepalese folk song and you will find extensive use of Maadal! Also featuring Spanish or Hawaian Guiter, you can also buy for yourself as they are very cheap compared to west about 1/10 th of the price and sounds well!
Please go in for bargain in Thamel area as the shopkeepers of Thamel area do not like Nepalese people as their customer as they feel Nepalese people would pay only genuine price, where as an westerner will pay them ten times more since he does not know the real price! Bravo! Madal would be available for Rs 300 -400 and Guiter for Rs.1500- 5000! A bargain indeed.
A piece of my country in Nepal...
Definitely a place to come if you want to eat well!
After more then 3 weeks in India, where I had a fatal match with the indian cousine and moreover with their igienic conditions, once I got in Kathmandu, I asked to my nepali friends, (thanks again Phritu!!!) to take me into a place where I could eat something good, accordling to my abits.
That said, my friend brought me in the center of Thamel, a.k.a. the tourist ghetto of Kathmandu, where there is an amazing and beautifull place to eat, called “LA DOLCE VITA”.
This place is an italian restaurant and has such a nice things to eat that goes from hundreds kind of pizza, to pasta, lasagne and so on.
They offer also such a “disocutned menu” that offesr you a pizza plus a coke and coffey for less then 100 nepali rupees which is definitely a great price!
The view from the balcony, like the balcony of Julia+Romeo, is something amazing, a lot of people walking ups and downs, and you are doing what?! Degusting an amazing lasagna with the home-made pasta! Unbelievable, if I could close my eyes, I could hear my mum asking me if i wish to have the second piece of that food!!!
I am italian, and I can assure , the lasagne are the most nicest one I have ever had outside my own country!
A great place to chill and moreover a great, centrally located and cheap place to eat!
"A Kool Kitchen"
Again situated on Freak street, this lovely restaurant is upstairs in a gorgeous Newari house, which is really atmostpheric, and has a lovely view through the carved windows. My partner's momo sizzler looked great, and I ate water buffalo meat for the first time! The tag line, 'A Kool Kitchen', is their own!