Chitwan National Park
The Inner Terai lowlands of Nepal’s south-central Terai plains are home to Chitwan National Park, which spans the districts of Nawalparasi, Parsa, Chitwan, and Makwanpur. This massive National Park (conservation area) covers 932 square kilometers and is home to some of the world’s most endangered plants and creatures, including one-horned rhinos, crocodiles, and various wild species. Nepal’s stunning green terrain is well-known for its world-famous wildlife safari.
Elephant safari, birdwatching, Tharu village culture and museum, dancing tour, Elephant breeding center, jungle nature walk, and jeep safari tour are all included in a Chitwan National Park trip. To explore and see, there is an enormous wilderness of lush forest and vibrant wildlife. Aside from the natural beauty, this region of Nepal is known for its diverse ethnic cultures and hospitality.
The Chitwan National Park Tour begins with a beautiful journey from Kathmandu to Chitwan. After you arrive, you will have some time to relax before our tour guide briefs you on the itinerary. Birdwatching and other jungle activities, as well as exotic entertainment, are available at this conservation area, which offers a stunning picturesque view of sunrise and sunset from the bank of the Narayani River. Elephant Safari, birdwatching, Tharu Cultural Village Tour and Museum Tour, Tharu cultural dancing program, Elephant breeding center tour, jungle nature walk, and jeep safari tour are some of the most exciting activities we offer on this trip to Chitwan National Park.
Begin your jungle safari vacation in Chitwan National Park and take in the sights and sounds of the region’s diverse animals and culture.
Chitwan National Park Trip Highlights
- Chitwan National Park wildlife tour
- Tharu cultural program & Learning about the Tharu people in Nepali culture
- Jungle walk, elephant safari, dugout canoe ride on the Rapti River, and other adventure activities
- A big probability of encounter with a wild animal
- Bird Watching
- Sunrise and sunset view from the Narayani river bank
- Elephant back safari
- Elephant bath
- Jungle Walk
- Typical Tharu Village Tour
We leave Kathmandu at the morning. The road winds down as we leave, following the flow of the Trishuli River. The ride down the Trisuli River is breathtaking, with deep valleys, terraced agriculture, and even Himalayan views. After arriving in Chitwan, we check into our hotel. We visit the Tharu Village after refreshment and lunch to learn about their culture, tradition, and lifestyle. Then, in the evening, we visit the Rapti riverbank to witness the breathtaking sunset view.
After sunset, we then return to the hotel and at 7 pm, we depart from the hotel to see the Tharu Cultural program.
After the Cultural program, we return to the hotel and dinner at 8:30 pm.
We will have breakfast at 6:30 a.m. after waking up early. We next proceed on a canoe journey down the Rapti River, where we can witness rare crocodile species such as the Marsh Mugger and the fish-eating Gharial, as well as many bird species. We then go on an exciting jungle walk and visit an Elephant Breading Center while in the jungle. On the way back, we may also enjoy elephant bathing.
Lunch at 1:00 pm
We go on an elephant back safari inside the national park around 3:00 p.m. It’s a great chance to observe the Royal Bengal Tiger, sloth bear, leopard, monkey, wild boar, four different kinds of deer, endangered one-horned rhinoceros, and a variety of other flora and fauna. Keep in mind that seeing a Royal Bengal Tiger is extremely rare, and if you do, consider yourself quite fortunate.
We then return to the hotel at the evening and dinner is arranged at 7:00 pm.
We will have breakfast in the morning and after breakfast, we will check-out from the hotel and travel back to Kathmandu through the winding roads following the Trisuli River.