Photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world
– Bruno Barbey
This tour is designed for wildlife photographers who are passionate to express their unique perspective and showcase the beauty, this rich and diverse nation has to offer. Especially focused on the theme Wildlife Photography you will be able to indulge in Nepal’s marvellous preserved nature. There is a fusion of panoramic views of the Himalayas and lush green grasslands in store for you, along with stunnig wildlife and a visit at endangered tribe of the malaria resistant Tharus of Chitwan – a truly satisfying photography journey.
Visit Nepal and get immersed in its natural beauty.
Kathmandu Airport, Nepal
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Welcome to Kathmandu! As soon as you touch down in this magical land at the top of the world, you’ll be eagerly greeted, and then whisked off to your comfy hotel at the heart of the city. From then on, the city is yours to explore until the evening, when you’ll be invited to a luxurious banquet of typical Nepalese cuisine, during which you can discuss with our experts about what’s in store for the following days.
Today a scenic 25 minutes flight will take you in Bharatpur. From here it will take approximately a one and half hours drive to reach Meghauli at Chitwan National Park, which is one of the Asia’s finest national parks, situated in the lowlands of south-central Nepal and covering an area of 932 sq. km. It is listed a World Heritage site since 1984 and is renowned for its variety and amount of wildlife. Above others, it is home to some endangered species such as the Royal Bengal Tiger, the One horned Rhinoceros, and the Leopard. Also, Gaurs as well as Sloth Bears, Monkeys and varieties of Deer, Crocodiles, and Butterflies populate this area along with more than 530 species of colorful birds.
In Chitwan you will have plenty of options not only to capture wild animals on camera, but indulge yourself fully. Some activites you can enjoy in Chitwan are Elephant briefing – pamper yourself with the biggest mammal of the land; hiking – explore and see the lush green vegetation of this beatuful reserve; canoeing – a perfect way to explore the flora and fauna by gliding calmly on the water in a narrow single wood trunk boat; go on an elephant safari – a great way to explore the world’s tallest grasslands. Be aware: if you are lucky you can see a Royal Bengal Tiger from a safe place; enjoy a cultural program – the Tharu tribe is the indigenous people of Chitwan; or go on a Bullock cart village tour – Have you done it before? Well, be prepared because you will love it.
Today you will continue your Wildlife Photography tour in a comfortable 4 to 5 hours Jeep safari. It will be a busy day for you as a wildlife photography enthusiast and what could be better than having your lunch in the wilderness? Be prepared to get some real excitement with wild life in Chitwan as you can expect many animals crossing your way. Remember June to September is not the best time for taking pictures, as it is the monsoon season in Nepal.
Today your Chitwan Jungle adventure comes to an end. You will have a relaxed morning today before you will be flying back to Kathmandu during the afternoon. Upon your arrival, you will then be transferred to your hotel. You can rest for a while until you will be guided to Kathmandu Durbar Square. Meet the Living Goddess Kumari and be blessed. Last but not the least your camera lens will be thrilled to capture the vibrant local markets there. In the evening a traditional Nepalese dinner awaits you accompanied with a cultural program to conclude your trip.
Today is the day to say goodbye to Nepal. We will transfer you to the Airport for your flight back home. We hope you will reminisce in sweet memories of Nepal, it’s temples, mountains, nature, people and their smile.