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Chitwan Jungle Safari - 3 Days

Chitwan Jungle Safari
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Covering an area of 932 km, Chitwan National Park is located in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of South Central Nepal, some 200 km from the capital Kathmandu, is the first National Park of Nepal. Established in 1973, it was designated as a natural world heritage site by UNESCO in 1984. This park is connected by the Parsa Wildlife Reserve to the east and Indian Tiger Reserve Valmiki National Park to the south. The park offers protection to 56 species of mammals, including the one horned rhinoceros, Bengal tiger, leopard, sloth bear, wild elephant, striped hyena, rhesus monkey, jackals, civets, mongooses and wild bison.

There are an estimated 450 species of birds, 126 species of fish, 590 species of butterflies, 45 species of amphibians and 47 species of reptiles being the highlights of this park. The vegetation consists mainly of moist deciduous forest, with the sal as the dominating tree species. Some of the world’s tallest grass like elephant grass, khagra reed and various other species of grass are also found here. The park is now a popular destination for eco tourists and includes canoeing, elephant rides and guided jungle walks. Jungle safari through dense grasslands of Chitwan National Park will give you an opportunity to witness wildlife in its natural habitat. Things to do and places to visit

the greatest thrill while at Chitwan is the traditional elephant ride to the jungle and elephant bath which is an experience not to be missed. Most lodges within the park have their own elephants, where three or sometimes four people can enjoy an adventurous ride. Elephant safaris usually start in the early morning or late afternoon.

We can arrange visits to nearby Tharu villages. Tharus being the original inhabitants of Chitwan, and have their own language, culture and customs which are quite different from that of the Nepalese hill people. A visit to the elephant breeding camp and the gharial breeding centre can also prove to be informative.

Covering an area of 932 km, Chitwan National Park is located in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of South Central Nepal, some 200 km from the capital Kathmandu, is the first National Park of Nepal. Established in 1973, it was designated as a natural world heritage site by UNESCO in 1984. This park is connected by the Parsa Wildlife Reserve to the east and Indian Tiger Reserve Valmiki National Park to the south. The park offers protection to 56 species of mammals, including the one horned rhinoceros, Bengal tiger, leopard, sloth bear, wild elephant, striped hyena, rhesus monkey, jackals, civets, mongooses and wild bison.

There are an estimated 450 species of birds, 126 species of fish, 590 species of butterflies, 45 species of amphibians and 47 species of reptiles being the highlights of this park. The vegetation consists mainly of moist deciduous forest, with the sal as the dominating tree species. Some of the world’s tallest grass like elephant grass, khagra reed and various other species of grass are also found here. The park is now a popular destination for eco tourists and includes canoeing, elephant rides and guided jungle walks. Jungle safari through dense grasslands of Chitwan National Park will give you an opportunity to witness wildlife in its natural habitat. Things to do and places to visit

the greatest thrill while at Chitwan is the traditional elephant ride to the jungle and elephant bath which is an experience not to be missed. Most lodges within the park have their own elephants, where three or sometimes four people can enjoy an adventurous ride. Elephant safaris usually start in the early morning or late afternoon.

We can arrange visits to nearby Tharu villages. Tharus being the original inhabitants of Chitwan, and have their own language, culture and customs which are quite different from that of the Nepalese hill people. A visit to the elephant breeding camp and the gharial breeding centre can also prove to be informative.

Day 1
Kathmandu to Chitwan

You will drive to Chitwan located 175 kilometers away from Kathmandu. After reaching chitwan, check in to the hotel and there will be a briefing by jungle guide on the arrival about rule of jungle and activities. After refreshing tour will start as per your plan, you can enjoy the beautiful sunset in the evening following the cultural program of local Tharu tribe, Showcasing their unique culture and dance.

Day 2
Full day activities in Chitwan.

Full day activities in Chitwan.

You have full day activity which can include jungle walks, elephant riding elephant bathing, boating, bird watching elephant breeding center and village visit.

Enjoy your meal and spent the night.

Day 3
Drive from Chitwan to Kathmandu

Early in the morning, we will spend our time watching Birds as Chitwan National Park is also home to a large variety of resident and migratory birds. We then have breakfast and drive towards to Kathmandu.

Includes

  • National park entry permits
  • transport by land
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in chitwan
  • Food during the period of tours breakfast, lunch, dinner & Tea coffee
  • Insurance of staff
  • Kathmandu to Chitwan and chitwan to Kathmandu by tourist bus
  • Airport Pick up on arrival and drop to departure

Not Includes

  • Personal equipment
  • Personal Insurance for travel to Nepal
  • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities (tips)
  • Bar bills, Mineral water etc.

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Price From USD$230 USD$190/person
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Total $ 190 USD

Trip Facts

  • All Ground Transportation
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