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Nepal

Wildlife holidays in Nepal

Tell me about Nepal …

Nepal is one of the most spectacular countries on earth, inhabited by extremely friendly and endearing people.

For a country that lies 800 kilometres from the sea, it has a scenic and altitudinal variety that is quite unrivalled. It contains the highest mountains in the world, thundering rivers, magical montane forests and dense lowland jungles.

The bustling capital city combines medieval and modern in unique fashion and visitors will be fascinated by the beautiful pagoda-style Hindu temples, Buddhist stupas and elaborate royal palaces. The Kathmandu Valley – once the bed of a large and ancient lake – is now a colourful mosaic of rice paddies and quaint farmhouses surrounded by high forested hills.

Our Nepal specialist recommends..

"I recommend our 17-day ‘Lowland Nepal’ tour for focusing on the mammals and birds of the lowland habitats. We visit three of the country’s finest lowland sanctuaries including the renowned Chitwan national Park. Avian highlights include birds such as the Ibisbill and White-rumped Needletail Swifts with mammal highlights including the Gangetic River Dolphin and the Greater One-horned Rhinoceros."

Rajan Jolly
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Kathmandu (John Keighley)KathmanduSwyambunath Stupa, KathmanduWalking on Phulchowki, Kathmandu (Paul Stanbury)Striated Babbler (Thomas Mills)Indian One-horned Rhinoceros (Thomas Mills)Greater Spotted Eagle (Thomas Mills)Red-vented Bulbul (Thomas Mills)Phulchowki, Kathmandu (John Keighley)Green-tailed Sunbird (Julian Thomas)Narayani River (Julian Thomas)Elephant safari in Chitwan (Julian Thomas)Gaur (Cliff Garratt)Chitwan National ParkSpotted Deer, ChitwanNepali Tiger (Cliff Garratt)

How about trekking?

The trekking opportunities to be found in Nepal are unrivalled. The majestic Himalaya range contains eight of the worlds highest mountains, culminating in Mount Everest.

Walking through magnificent forests of oak and rhododendrons beneath the towering white summits, one can understand why some claim this to be the most beautiful place on the planet.

What’s special about the wildlife?

Nepal is home to a wonderful variety of animal and plant life. Among the mammals found here are Tiger, Gaur, wild Water Buffalo, Indian One-horned Rhinoceros, Asian Elephant and some interesting primate species, while its splendid bird life includes such sought after species as Bengal Florican, Ibisbill and Swamp Francolin.

The Kathmandu Valley supports a fabulous range of exotic bird and mammal species including monkeys, Muntjac, Jungle Cat, Leopard and even Tiger.

Naturetrek tours to Nepal

Naturetrek offers a range of wildlife holidays and natural history tours in Nepal and our knowledge and enthusiasm for this delightful country is second to none.

Heres a selection of our wildlife tours to Nepal:

  • Bargain bird watching & mammal tours in search of many species including the sought after Ibisbill
  • Trekking & botanical holidays in the Langtang Valley & Everest National Park, with views of the spectacular Himalaya, Mount Everest & the Goyko Lakes
  • Conservation tours to Chitwan National Park & Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
  • A deluxe wildlife holiday centred around the Kathmandu & Pokhara Valleys
  • Stay in Naturetreks locally managed ecocamps of Koshi & Suklaphanta & meet some of the worlds top naturalists including Naturetrek favourites, Tika Ram Giri & Hem Baral

WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR Nepal HOLIDAYS

We looked upon the trip to Nepal as the trip of a lifetime, and in no way did it disappoint – just hoping now that there will be more!
I have nothing but praise for Suchit Basnet who not only proved to be an excellent guide but has a first class attitude to his job.
We both thought Som was quite exceptional. He clearly had a good relationship with the drivers, hotel staff and camping organisations and was patient and expert in his birding, ensuring that everyone in the group got his attention and guidance. We cant praise him highly enough.