Hunting Tour in Nepal
Overview Embark on an unforgettable Hunting Tour in Nepal and immerse yourself in the majestic landscapes and rich biodiversity of this Himalayan nation. Your journey begins in Kathmandu, the vibrant capital city steeped in history and culture. After a warm welcome, you'll introduce it to your expert guides and briefed on the thrilling adventure that lies ahead. From Kathmandu, you'll venture into the wild, exploring some of Nepal's most renowned hunting grounds nestled amidst breathtaking mountains and lush forests. The main highlight of your tour will be engaging in controlled and sustainable hunting excursions in designated hunting reserves. Under the…
Embark on an unforgettable Hunting Tour in Nepal and immerse yourself in the majestic landscapes and rich biodiversity of this Himalayan nation.
Your journey begins in Kathmandu, the vibrant capital city steeped in history and culture. After a warm welcome, you’ll introduce it to your expert guides and briefed on the thrilling adventure that lies ahead. From Kathmandu, you’ll venture into the wild, exploring some of Nepal’s most renowned hunting grounds nestled amidst breathtaking mountains and lush forests.
The main highlight of your tour will be engaging in controlled and sustainable hunting excursions in designated hunting reserves. Under the guidance of experienced local hunters and conservationists, you’ll also have the unique opportunity to hunt for various game species like Himalayan tahr, blue sheep, and wild boar. The hunting practices strictly adhere to ethical and responsible guidelines to preserve the delicate ecosystem and protect endangered species.
Nepal Wildlife and Cultural Safari: Exploring Nature and Traditions
Apart from hunting, you’ll also have the chance to partake in jungle safaris and birdwatching in renowned national parks such as Chitwan and Bardia. Encounter rare and endangered wildlife like the Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, and elusive snow leopards in their natural habitats.
During your downtime, immerse yourself in the cultural wonders of Nepal. Explore ancient temples, monasteries, and traditional villages, gaining insights into the local way of life and spiritual practices. Delight in authentic Nepali cuisine and savor the warm hospitality of the local communities.
As you traverse through diverse terrains, from subtropical forests to alpine meadows, be mesmerized by the awe-inspiring vistas of snow-capped peaks, including Mount Everest. The serene beauty of the landscape will also leave you awestruck at every turn.
Safety and conservation are of utmost importance throughout your journey. Moreover, The hunting activities strictly adhere to government regulations and have been conducting with a focus on ecological preservation and sustainable hunting practices. This tour aims to contribute positively to the local communities and wildlife conservation efforts.
Conclusion and Summary
In conclusion, the Hunting Tour in Nepal promises an exhilarating blend of adventure, culture, and nature. It offers an opportunity to experience the wilderness like never before while contributing to conservation efforts. It is a journey that will leave you with cherished memories of encounters with wildlife and the beauty of the Himalayas, as well as a deeper appreciation for the importance of responsible hunting and wildlife conservation.
We organize a hunting tour in Nepal. Hunting in this ecological awakening age hunting seems quite contradictory but Nepal has been a favored ground for hunters since the 9th century. In the Himalayan country, controlled hunting is allowed with proper licenses and certain seasons of the year. A hunting license is issued by the Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation in Kathmandu and there are a few hunting outfitters who can make arrangements.
The hunting groups normally trek or fly (helicopter) into the high terrain areas in quest of the Himalayan Tahr and the Blue Sheep. Mid-elevation prizes include wild goat and sheep; in the Terai lowlands, deer are sought. Hunting in Nepal is permitted only in designated areas, and a licensed guide must accompany hunting parties.
Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is one of the prime habitats of blue sheep, a highly prized trophy animal, which is the main target of hunters. Other game species are Ghoral, Serow, Himalayan Tahr, Black Bear Pheasant, and Partridge. Endangered species of the area include the red panda and cheer pheasant.
Besides hunting, Dhorpatan is also an attractive destination for the trekker and wildlife enthusiast as protection has enabled animal numbers to increase in this rarely visited area.
Dhorpatan can be reached from Pokhara within the 5 days of a hike away or there is also the option of flying to Dolpa. The best time to visit Dhorpatan is February-April and August-October. Accommodation here is on the tented camp which can be provided by the organizing agencies or at one of the villages.
- Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley, visit Pokhara, Baglung, Bijukot Biu Kot, Gal Kot, Bhim Gheete, Burtibang, Dowal Phedi, Dhorpatan, Animal Spotting, Jaljala, Maraeni, Darbang, Beni, Kathmandu
- Dhorpatan is the only hunting reserve in Nepal
- High altitude hunting experience
- Naturally blessed area
- Rich in alpine flora and fauna
- Hunting available of birds
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu International airport and meet with representative of Everest Expeditions Nepal, then transfer to hotel.
After breakfast, proceed to sightseeing tour to heritage sites of Kathmandu. Visit to Boudhanath stupa, Pashupatinath temple, Swayambhunath Stupa and Kathmandu durbar square tour.
Day 3: Kathmandu to Pokhara by Tourist Bus or by flight
Drive to Darbang through Nayapul, Beni and to Darbang by Landcruiser.
Day 5: Darbang to Muna village 5 hours walk stay in a simple lodge
From here we hire horses and reach Dhorpatan in 5 hrs. On the way you see beautiful Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri mountain range, Crystal River and waterfall on the way.
We pay taxes and go for hunting with local guides. We stay in tents. Beautiful sub alpine forest and tranquility
For the whole day we go for hunting with horses and local guide, enjoy wilderness, serenity of deep jungle.
Day 9: Muna Back to Muna with horse. Stay overnight in Magar village. (Brave Gurkha Soilders)
Early in the morning start walking to Beni Tatopani, enjoy Natural hot spring only. Deep relaxation.
In the morning after visiting Beni Bazaar, we drive to Pokhara in a luxury vehicle. Evening cultural program
After breakfast, drive back or fly back to Kathmandu.
You can extend your trip in Nepal to explore the Jungle safari in Chitwan National park or Buddhist Pilgrimage trip to Lumbini, Birthland of Buddha or other part of Nepal’s Trip or Can take your Flight to your destination.
Everest Expeditions Nepal representative will drop you at airport before Three hours of your flight schedule.
- BB Plan accommodation in Kathmandu and two men a tent during trek,
- All the transportation to the commence point& ending point, all airport transfers, sightseeing tour.
- Freshly cooked Fallboard meals- alternative; Nepalese, Chinese, Indian, Western styled cooked by experience cook, during trekking, hot drinks; tea coffee, hot chocolate, boiled water etc, all the cooking utensils & cutlery.
- Essential Camping Equipments; tents, Dinning tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent, foam, thermal mattress and sleeping Bags.
- Trained cook, Kitchen boys, Sherpa and needed porters for the equipments and insured them.
- All the government permit and fees.
- Personnel item of Expenses & Bar drinks
- Travel insurance, Rescue flight
- Kathmandu-Pokhara Airfare
- Airport Taxes (Dep.time).
- Warm clothes for trekking for clients
Trophy Hunting in Nepal: Nepal has a great history of trophy hunting. Many Nepalese king’s, Rana’s and VIP has enjoyed trophy hunting. King George from united Great Britain enjoyed hunting at Chitwan Royal Bengal Tiger and One horned Rhinoceros. When Nepal regulated trophy hunting policy many people from America, Europe, Australia and Russia has enjoyed beautiful hunt Blue Sheep and Himalayan Tahr. Nepal has great bio diversity landscapes, climate, vegetation and wildlife. You can hunt in plain to mountain.Nepal has a great opportunity for hunters to re open various species which are already listed in IUCN. Now the population growing, farmers are suffering, everyone has awareness to protect wildlife. Trophy hunting is the only way sustainable use of wildlife and Nature.
Nepal is an ultimate destination not only for adventure but also for many other reasons, including for hunting. Dhorpatan hunting reserve is the spot located adjoining between Myagdi and Baglung district, just bellow the Dhaulagiri Himalayan range in the western Nepal. The reserve stretching over 1,325 sq km is located in between 3,000 to 7,000 meters. This reserve is the home of various animals including leopard, blue sheep, Ghoral, Serow, Himalayan Thar, Himalayan Black beer, barking deer, wild boar, Rhesus monkey, Langur and various endangered birds like Pheasant, Danphe, Partridge among others.
This is only the place where the license hunting is allowed. If you are interested in hunting sport, you will be granted a license for certain days or period and go for hunting animals and birds in the reserve. The hunting trip begins with short drive some 72 km away from Pokhara to Baglung and then you will have nearly about 4 days trekking and finally reach at the reserve and camp nearby. After completing the permission formalities, you will then enjoy with hunting sports and finally exploring all around you will return back to Pokhara along same route, subsequently to Kathmandu.
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