Nepal has eight national parks, five wildlife reserves and three conservation areas ranging from bountiful sub-tropical rainforests to delicate alpine ecosystems. Exploring these unique environments brings you face to face with an incredible array of wildlife. Nepal boasts hundreds of unique species of plants, birds, reptiles and mammals. Some of the most important species visitors to Nepal often want to see on safari are the One-Horned Rhino, Bengal Tigers, Asian Elephants, Red Panda, Snow Leopard, fresh water dolphin, Snowtrout, catfish, Musk Deer, Spiny Babblers, crocodiles, Impeyan Pheasant and Giant Hornbills.
While Langtang Ri conducts safari tours across Nepal by vehicle, foot and even elephant ride, the most famous safari location and bio-diversity hot-spot is the beautiful Chitwan National Park which combines riverine, tropical forest and grassland ecosystems and their abundance of wildlife and flora.
Many of our trek and tour guests also ask us to arrange a short safari tour of the Chitwan National Park to be conducted either before or after their trek or tour. We are always delighted to do so as a Chitwan safari is a great way to relax after a journey while experiencing another unique part of Nepal.