Watch the sun go down over the teeming jungle from a “beach” bar on the banks of the Rapti River.
Spot the endangered Asian one-horned rhino from the back of an elephant.
Away from the tiger- and rhino-spotting crowds, the swampy “20,000 Lakes” are home to hundreds of exotic birds.
Devout Hindus come to die at this holy confluence, spanned by a dramatic suspension footbridge.
Visit the birthplace of the Buddha, arguably Nepal’s most important historical site, with archeological finds dating back to the third century.
Take a guided walk into the jungle, with no one else around to disturb the animals.