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Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

  • @ Night 3 Days

Highlight of Watching Bird - Wild Buffalo - Many More Wild animal

Duration3 Days
Type of TrekWild Resort/ Hotel
ActivitiesWildlife, Culture Tours
No of Pax1 to 40
Mode of TravelLand Transport and flight Biratnagar
Best MonthSeptember, October, November, March, April, May and All Year


Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve is situated in Eastern Nepal and covers 175 sq. km. The reserve is named after the biggest river of Nepal the Koshi. You can see longer snake species, wild elephant, Gharial Crocodiles & lizards, Black-necked Stork, greater Adjutant Stork, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Baer's Pochard, red-necked falcon, Bengal Florican, Great Stone Plover, Black-bellied Tern, Dusky Eagle Owl, Swamp Francolin, Marsh Warbler. Koshi Tappu supports large ungulates such as Wild Water buffalo, Bule Bull Antelope, Hog Deer etc. The park hosts 350 species of birds. The small wetland carnivore includes the rare Fishing Cat and Smooth coated otters. There are few rare Gangetic Dolphins found in the Koshi River. Usually visitors spend 4 days and 3 nights, but it is also possible to stay longer if you desire.

The Koshi Tapu visit can be combined two days Nepal heritage tour in Kathmandu valley and 4-7 days village Culture trek in around the Mahabharat hills rim. It can make best combination of your holiday in Nepal. However we do our best to make your visit as best as possible and memorable one in the life times. You are welcome to inquiry us for details of tour, trek program's. People might curious to know how much it will cost trip such like this one. All the cost is depend on the duration of holiday and the number of people you are with.

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Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve(3 Days)

Tour Description


Day 01:A one hour flight from Kathmandu Biratnagar

Koshi Tapu camp staff will meet at the airport. With land rover waiting for you and transfer to camp. The drive will take about one and a half hour but we will stop for any interesting things we see on the way. The naturalist at Koshi Camp will brief on the facilities of the camp and the activities on arrival.


Day 02:Bird Watching

The day always start with an early morning wake up call, which is the best time to see birds. Bird watching, on first light for the early walkers, in the camp premises and marshlands can be very rewarding to see the shy species like Crakes and Bitterns. The highly nocturnal Fishing cat which hunts in our camp ponds can sometimes be seen at dawn and dusk and one has to be very silent to approach the ponds. Breakfast will be followed with tea /coffee by a full day birds watching walk inside the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve with packed lunch. The area between the Camp and Kusaha (Park Headquarter) is the best area for birds and wildlife. The thin Indian Rosewood forest will provide excellent habitat for Warblers, Flycatchers, Oriole, Bush Warblers, Raptors and lar


Day 03:Floating down Koshi River

Today we make an early morning start after breakfast. We spend the good few hours floating down the Koshi river on a rubber boat. We shall spend the day looking for waders and raptors and some wild water buffaloes on the sand banks. We will find a good spot to nibble our packed lunches. We will come to end of our trip by early afternoon with a good few hours to explore the ponds and lagoons on our way back to camp. Driving back to camp will give us a very good chance to see the rare and endangered Swamp francolin, a specialist for Koshi.


Day 05:Flight from Biratnagar to Kathmandu

We spend the morning of today bird watching around the camp premises before breakfast. We take time off for packing and depending on the flight time we departure for Birtnagar airport, 2 hours before check-in time. Arrive Kathmandu from Biratnagar and transfer to hotel, free after noon for shopping and O/N hotel in Kathmandu.


Day 06

Optional one hour Mountain flight in the morning to the Everest, depend on your international flight schedule for on wards journey to home or other destinations.

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