12 days from £3790pp plus international flights.
The wildlife of Nepal is rich and varied. This trip gives you a superb chance to see as much as possible.
â€‹A two week trip exploring the rich wildlife of the lowlands of Nepal. This trip gives you the chance to explore the diverse variety of wildlife that can be found in the lowlands of Nepal. The Bengal Tiger is the most famous inhabitant of this region, and an elephant-back safari in Bardia and Chitwan National Parks gives you the best opportunity to spot this magnificent creature, but there is much more to be seen, including deer, leopards, langur monkeys and even the rare Gangetic dolphin. The region is rich in birdlife, too, especially in the wetlands of Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, where it is possible to see more than 100 species in a day.
There is also the opportunity to visit the remote villages and learn about the many different cultures of the Terai, as well as exploring the many temples and palaces in and around Kathmandu.
Guide price from (pp sharing): £3790 (ex. international flights)
Price notes: 2018 guide price per person sharing: from £3790
All accommodation in a double/twin room; meals as specified; all transportation in private vehicle; all domestic flights; all activities and game drives in national parks with naturalist guide; guided tours of Kathmandu; all entrance fees.
International flights; departure taxes; visas; travel insurance; tips; items of a personal nature; meals and activities not specified.
Getting there: International flights return from London to Kathmandu start from about £650 per person, although flights in October and November can be much more expensive.
Departure dates: We can arrange this trip for you at any time your like as this is a private tailor made holiday.
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Kantipur Temple House is a 42-room hotel in traditional Newari style in the heart of Kathmandu.
Located on the edge of Bardia National Park, Karnali Lodge provides a very comfortable base for viewing wildlife.
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Time: GMT +5.45 hours
Flight time: There are several airlines flying to Nepal via the Middle East with flight times of 10 to 15 hours depending on the length of the stopover.
Language: Nepali is the official language and there are many other minority languages. English is widely spoken by people involved in the travel industry.
Visas: Required for British citizens, can be obtained on arrival at the airport.
Health: There are no compulsory vaccinations.