Royal Suklaphanta Wild Life Reserve
Lying in southwestern borderland of Nepal, Royal Suklaphanta
Wild Life Reserve is famous for spotted deer and python.
This is the part for flora and fauna where can be seen so
many animals, reptiles and birds like Bengal tiger, leopard,
wild elephant, swamp deer, sambar, laghuna, rhesus monkey,
langoor-white monkey, wild dog, blue bull, python, crocodile,
mongoose, lizard, snake, pheasant, peacock, crane etc. This
is the living museum of nature. Few foreign and many domestic
tourists have visited this place.
Dang Valley; a beautiful intermountain
This is one of the most beautiful valleys of Nepal. This
valley is famous for the typical Nepalese culture and beautiful
topography of the Lesser and Outer Himalayan range. The
valley is still untouched by the modern and sophisticated
culture. It is not exaggeration to say that this is the
living museum of ancient human civilization. It is said
that 'The Dangaura Tharu' of Western Nepal were migrated
from this valley. The western earth-scientists and anthropologists/sociologists
are interested to explore the valley focusing their study
in unique nature and primitive culture.
This is very nice lakeside valley of Nepal where is situated
the Fewa Lake, Begnas Lake, Rupa Lake etc. Machhapuchhre
Himal is 28km north of Fewa Lake. The reflection of Machhapuchhre
Himal in the level of Fewa Lake looks really beautiful and
attractive. The lakeside city is surrounded by the Manaslu,
Annapurna Himalayan range, Nilgiri, Machhapuchhre, Lamjung
Himal and Dhaulagiri Himalayan range from east, north and
west side and lesser Himalayan range from south side. It
is the only one place in the world from where it can be
seen the Himalayas very closely having a cold drink in the
low land city. A Japanese monk-Ekai Kawaguchi came to Nepal
in 1900AD, he was the 1st trekker visited Pokhara. There
are many side places and things to see in and around Pokhara
valley. This is one of the scenic, popular and important
tourist destinations of Nepal.
ROYAL CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK
is very popular National Park of Nepal listed in World Heritage
site. It lies in subtropical rain forest where are over
400 species of birds and many different types of animals
like one horned rhino, elephant and Bengal tiger, leopard,
sambar, barking deer, bison, Gangetic Dolphin, gaur and
blue bull etc and endangered reptiles like Gharial, crocodile
and golden monitor lizard. There are many different types
of facilities available to be provided to the trekkers like
elephant riding, chasing the Bengal tiger riding on the
back of elephant, canoeing, elephant breeding center, communication,
transportation, swimming pool, hotels and resorts etc. This
National Park is completely developed Eco-friendly that
is only 5 to 6 hours drive from Kathmandu but it is also
linked by the airway service.
Day 01 : Arrive Kathmandu (1310m).
Day 02 : Mountain flight before noon
that is the Himalayan adventure with scenic views of the
Himalayas very closely then fly or drive to Nepalgunj(130m)
same day and stay there or head to Thakurdwara directly.
Day 03 : Drive to Thakurdwara and explore
the Bardia National Park.
Day 04 : Drive to Suklaphanta passing
through the Royal Bardia National Park area and crossing
the one pillared world's 2nd longest bridge over Karnali
River (the longest river of Nepal), stay by the Wild Life
Day 04-05 : Explore the Wild Life Reserve,
village tour and see the photogenic view of Mahakali River
lying in the Nepal-India border.
Day 06 : Drive back to Ghodaghodi Lake,
see the migratory birds, then drive to Tulsipur, Dang valley
and stay there.
Day 07 : Explore the rich natural and
cultural Dang valley.
Day 08 : Drive to Butwal and stay there.
Day 09 : Day trip to Lumbini and Kapilvastu,
explore Lord Buddha's birthplace and ruined forts of Kapilvastu
Day 10 : Drive to Pokhara via Tansen
(a famous historical city of western).
Day 11 : Explore the lakeside city;
Day 12-13 : Drive to Chitwan (150m)
to enjoy with nature and Tharu culture. Chasing the elusive
Bengal tiger riding on the elephant, jeep safari, jungle
walk, watch the elephant breeding center, exploring the
Tharu culture, enjoying and dancing with them is really
the unique experience for the tourists.
Day 14 : Drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 15 : Drive to Nagarkot or Dhulikhel
or Kakani and stay there.
Day 16 : See the view of the Himalayas
and the river valley then drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 17 : Sightseeing and shopping
Day 18 : Fly back home.