Schedule this tour for when it suits you. Simply complete the enquiry section and choose your own dates!
Once we have received the form, we will endeavour to schedule this tour on or around the dates you have selected. We will then process your booking directly with you. Thank you for your interest and we look forward in hearing from you.
Shuklaphanta National is a paradise located in west Nepal that protects the biggest population of swamp deer in the world. The park was first established as hunting reserve in 1969 then gazetted to become Wildlife reserve in 1976. The status from wildlife reserve changed to National Park in late 2016. The park is 305 sq km and is open grasslands and numerous waterholes with Sal forest and marsh vegetation. It is one of the least disturbed area in the Terai region and get less tourists than any other National parks. The park also protects Bengal tigers, Greater One-horned Rhinos, Asiatic elephants, Sloth bears, Common Leopards, Jackals, Langurs and Rhesus monkeys, blue bulls, barking deer, hog deers and wild boars to name a few.
Among birds the park provides habitat to Sarus crane, Swamp francolin, Grass owl, Warblers, Flycatchers and the endangered Bengal Florican. Reptile species include Marsh mugger Crocodiles, Cobras and Pythons.
|SEASON||March to May, September to December|
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Kathmandu Airport|
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The set dates can be viewed on the booking criteria.
If the treks dates are not your preference, please email us your preferred dates.
You will be picked up from the airport by our company representative and transferred to the hotel in Thamel, the tourist city in Kathmandu. If you arrive in the morning, you will have plenty of time to explore the Kathmandu valley.
You will be driven to Dhangadi by a tourist bus or a micro bus, depending on numbers. In Dhangadi, our representative will pick you up from the bus stop. You will be transferred to Shuklaphanta Jungle Cottage, one of the best resorts in Shuklaphanta.
After breakfast, you will be taken out for Tharu village tour. Tharu people are indigenous to this area and play a crucial part in protecting the national park. In the afternoon, you will go on Jungle walk. In the evening, enjoy the cultural dance.
Wake up early this morning, as this is the best time of day to see birds and mammals. After breakfast, head out into the reserve for a Jeep safari, keeping an eye out for birds, elephants, deer and pythons on the half-day excursion. You’ll be able to cover a variety of environments, including water holes, jungle, marshes, ponds and grassland. In the afternoon, venture out on another safari to see the animals at dusk.
In the morning, you will go for bird watching. In midday, you will be transferred to Dhangadi airport and fly back to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, you can go for sightseeing and exploring Kathmandu valley.
At least 3 hours before the flight, our company representatives will take you to Tribhuvan International Airport. We hope you have enjoyed the safari trip and we also hope to see you back in future.