pandas and birds

KE Adds 2 New Tours for Nature Lovers

Karnali Excursions has just added two new tours for nature lovers: Nepal Mammal and Birdwatching Tour, and Red Panda Tour. These tours are graded easy-to-moderate, and are available from October to May.

These tours are organized inside Nepal’s famous national parks, wildlife reserves, buffer zones, and protected forests.  They offer amplxe opportunities to explore some of endangered and rare species of wildlife like Royal Bengal Tigers, Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, Wild Asian Elephants, Sloth Bears, Gaur Bisons, Common Leopards, Fishing Cats, Red Pandas, Swamp Deer, Fresh Water Gangetic Dolphins, Gharial Crocodiles, and rare species of birds such as Bengal Floricans, Sarus Cranes, Great Pied Hornbills, Swamp Francolins, Great Slaty Woodpeckers, Yellow Weavers, Jordon’s and Slender-billed Babblers, White-naped Woodpeckers, and Jerdon’s Bush Chats.

These tours are led and guided by one of Nepal’s well known naturalists and guides.

Boudhanath Stupa

All Trips Available Again

Karnali Excursions (P) Ltd. is pleased to announce that Nepal is safe to travel and all trip itineraries are available to undertake. Some of trip and itineraries were temporarily suspended due to earthquake that devastated many parts of the country in 2015.  Your visit will make a huge difference in the lives of Nepalese people financially and spiritually. So, hope to see you here in the Himalayas for the journey of a lifetime. Should you have any questions, please kindly contact us.

 

Around Manaslu Trek 2015

Karnali Excursions has organized its first ‘Around Manaslu Trek’ for the 2015 season, sending a group from America, here in Nepal to work with Habitat for Humanity, on a 19-day exploration of Nepal’s spectacular mountain sceneries, Himalayan culture and wildlife. They departed Kathmandu on October 22nd, 2015.

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Langtang Valley

Trekking Destinations of Nepal Reopened

Karnali Excursions is delighted to announce that all trekking destinations of Nepal have reopened for trekking and other mountaineering activities. Some trekking destinations were temporarily suspended aftermath of devastating earthquake that struck Nepal in 25 April and May 12, 2015.

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