Red Panda safari in Singalila National Park
9 days from £3000*
Accessibility & Fitness
The Homestay is situated at around 2,900 meters above sea level, but there is nice green vegetation around so oxygen levels are good. The Terrain is steap and rugged Eastern Himalayan landscape having a broad leaf temperate forest habitat with thick bamboo undergrowth (this is the typical and best Red Panda habitat). The walks can range from easy ( when we see a Red Panda from the road ) to intermediate and difficult when we go off track in Nepal ( where offtracking is aloud ). Sometimes to get to the Panda the slopes can be quite steep, but usually these steep walks can be minimized by using vehicles or trails to the last point before ascending. So overall it is a trip which requires moderate fitness and people of all ages can do it. With the back up cars we can always get to the last motorable point before walking thereby minimizing the walk for those who dont want to walk much.
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* Based on 2 persons and not including flights