NEPAL DYNAMIC ECO TOURS is a well known, young and dynamic tourist office in Chitwan, Nepal.
We are leading company in providing adventure and leisure tours in and outside of Chitwan National Park. As a fully legal travel agent, licensed by the government of Nepal and Chitwan National Park, our company consists of highly knowledgeable and professional certified guides to provide you with excellent service. We provide a wide range of activities, except activities related to elephants.
Nepal Dynamic Eco Tours was inaugurated in 2012 by Doma Paudel, the first female nature guide in Nepal, and her brother Raj.
The office has already gained international fame and a strong reputation within a short period of time because of its dedication, excellent staff coordination and quality service.
Why choose us?
Bookings Open 2019 & 2020
Nepal Dynamic Eco Tours is glad to announce that we have already started accepting bookings for next season.
Major remaining peak seasons on 2019 are September, October & November. So, get in touch with us to book your excursions.
VISIT NEPAL 2020
Since the government has announced 2020 as VISIT NEPAL YEAR, so its most likely to have multiplication in flow of tourists for next year. We have also been getting some inquiries for 2020 from now, and the bookings rates will accelerate very soon.
To make sure that you would get place in our bookings, please make an inquire about the tours as earliest as possible.
A Great Initiative!!
For the first time in the history of Nepal, Nepal Dynamic Eco Tours, a small local tour company has taken an initiative in keeping records of animals spotted inside the Chitwan National Park. With our extensive attempt in easing customers to make their travelling decision easier, we would like to commence data tracking which could give a visually inspect on how the travelling season, duration of stay and either Jeep or walk affects on sighting of animals. This has officially been started from the month of September-2019 for major mammals of CNP. However, please be reminded once again that its only for major animals out of 68 total mammals of CNP.
If we succeed in presenting these data’s, we would extend our system to track reptiles and birds too. All of the entries would be solely depending on our booking only. We hope this sample data tracking could potentially reflect animal sighting visualization for whole Chitwan National Park area.
Customers Attention! Please!!
"N.D.E.T strictly refuses to provide any services related to Elephants and other services that directly affects the wildlife."
"N.D.E.T offers completely flexible Itineraries to all the travelers. If you are unsure which package to choose, kindly make an inquiry with us by quoting CUSTOM in Itinerary box while filling the contact form, so that we would provide you with different options regarding the tour considering your desires, given time frame and travelling season in mind. Please be sure to include your activities of interest while making an inquiry."
"These packages mentioned in our site mayn't be the perfect during the off-seasonal moment." (Rainy Season in Nepal)
"Everything can be customized in these provided Itineraries. So feel free to let us know if you need any amendments or want to include any more thing in the package."
"Price couldn't be quoted in the website as it directly depends upon the number of people joining the trip."
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Conservation & Social Works
JOINTLY COORDINATES IN THE WELFARE OF SOCIETY, NATURE & WILDLIFE
There are various conservation and social work efforts that are currently being carried out by our office. Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, and whenever visitors come for the first time, they often feel sad about the conditions they witness. Often when visitors return, however, they bring a few items to distribute among the people that help them in different ways.
As part of our work in the local community, we attempt to assist members of the under-privileged community. We provide awareness programs and education, offer volunteering services, sponsorship and provide them with skill development training as well.
To make our work more effective, Doma Paudel has established another initiative called the “Wildlife Victim Fund”; she currently holds the position of president for this organization.