The protected areas and the National Parks of Nepal provide the opportunity for Jungle safari in Nepal. Since Nepal is a Himalayan country, the hills and the mountains own a diversity of flora and fauna. The deep tropical and evergreen forests provide the abode to a great variety of wildlife and birds in Nepal.
Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park are popular for jungle safari in Nepal. Chitwan National Park is famous for diverse species of plants, birds, butterflies, giant hornbills, one-horned rhinos, and the royal Bengali tiger. Jeep or elephant safari is considerably popular in Chitwan National Park. A canoe trip in the Rapti River watching birds and crocodiles will be memorable in Chitwan National Park.
Bardia National Park is another popular destination for jungle safari in Nepal. This national park is situated on the bank of the Karnali and Babai Rivers. Both rivers are popular for dolphins. The diverse species of flora and faunas are the prime attraction of this park.