In the foothills of the Himalayas and the plains of the Indian subcontinent you can find plenty of lush, green jungles, teeming with exotic wildlife. Do you want to be eye to eye with Shir Khan, the king of the jungle? Or watch some of the last Indian One-Horned Rhinos in their natural habitat? Join us on a Jungle Safari then!
Riding on elephant back through a dense, green jungle at dawn with the chittering of exotic birds as your companion. The sunrays breaking through the leaves and reflecting on the tiny drops of dew, an atmosphere of total serenity. You break through the trees onto a small clearing, and there you see them: an Indian One-Horned rhino with its offspring. The two are grazing and have not noticed your presence, so you have time to watch and photograph them.
If this sounds like it could be part of your perfect holiday you should book your next trip to the Himalaya.
In Nepal two National Parks, Chitwan and Bardia, offer the possibility of jungle safaris. On foot, in a jeep, in a canoe or on elephant back you can explore the diverse wildlife of these parks. Meet rhinos, crocodiles, leopards, monkeys, many species of birds, and with some luck even a Bengal Tiger.
India boasts many different national parks and is especially popular for Tiger safaris. But it’s not only the tiger that draws people into the jungle: there are many more exotic animals to spot!
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