Nepal Nature dot com Travels (P.) Ltd., Chhetrapaty, Yapinkhya #90, Kathmandu #17, Nepal
Phone: ++ 977 1 4256529        Email:
Specialist in Guided Bird tour, Wildlife Photo Safari, Filming Fixer, Sport Fishing, Camping, Jeep Drives, Festivals, Feasts, Life Ceremonies - Customized Trips and Private groups of friends and families only.

“Exotic… mysterious… breathtaking… and teeming with wildlife, vibrant festivals, life ceremonies and spiritual. Nepal captures the hearts of all who come here. Whether your passion is birds, butterflies, animals, culture, spiritual or wellness-Nepal Nature dot com Travels has something special in store for you. With a bird list that exceeds 870 species - and agreat chance of seeing One Horned Rhino, Bengal Tiger or Snow Leopard - Nepal’s appeal has become irresistible to nature and cultural lovers from around the world” .- Roger Wasley (UK)

Nearly quarter of Nepal's area is under protected management system harboring rich wildlife, diverse culture, scenic places, rushing rivers and tranquil lakes and majestic Himalaya.
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Special Interest Tours
Nature package
Best of Wildlife and Wetlands (Shivapuri Chitwan and Koshi)
Best of Nepal Wildlife (Shivapuri Pokhara Lumbini Chitwan)
Best of Nepal Birding Safari (Shivapuri Lumbini Chitwan and Koshi)
Filming /Photography
Conference & Seminars
Educational Packages
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Recommended Destinations
  Kathmandu Valley   Bhaktapur Durbar Square   Chitwan
Recommended Activities
Bird watching and hike or drive in Shivapuri Nagarjung, Elephant Safari, River safari and Jeep safari in Chitwan, Trek to Everest, Langtang, Annapurna and Mustang, Scenic Mountain tour of Pokhara, Sarus Crane and Bird Watching in Lumbini the birthplace of Buddha, Sunrise and Sunset view from Nagarkot, Mountain Flight to see Mt. Everest and Himalayan Range, Tracking Wild Bengal Tigers and Wild Asian Elephants in Bardia, Mahasheer Fishing in Karnali River, White water rafting in Bhote Koshi and Trishuli River, Journey to the valley of Snow Leopards,