Chitwan Jungle Safari tour is one of the best ways to explore the wildlife of Chitwan National Park. The home of wilderness rich ecosystem, Chitwan National Park is the home for mammals, reptiles, birds, insects and much more. The major highlight of the Chitwan National Park the endangered Asian one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tigers and more.
Going Elephant back safari to explore the grasslands will offer to see the wild animals including one-horned rhinoceros, deer, sloth bears. Next, canoeing trip on Rapti river offers to see the birds and the two species of crocodiles- Marsh Mugger and the Gharial. Jungle walk through the subtropical forests takes you to those spots where you can spot wildlife easily.
Tharu Village Tour is another attraction of the Chitwan Jungle Safari where you will get a chance to know about the Tharu culture, tradition and their way of the living. Tharu cultural program is another highlight of the Chitwan Jungle Safari trip.
Visiting elephant breeding center allows you to see the baby elephants plus the way of meal preparation and the feeding techniques of the elephants. Chitwan National Parks is also the home of more than 500 species of the birds and the bird watching offers to see the birds from near.
The best season to make Chitwan National Park Safari is spring (September-November) and autumn (March-May). Amid, making the Chitwan safari trip in June and December-February is also possible. But touring Chitwan in July and August is not recommended.
Day 1: Drive (5 hours approx.)/ Fly (45 minutes) to Chitwan from Kathmandu (D)
Day 2: Chitwan National Park Exploration (B/L/D)
Day 3: Birdwatching and drive to next destination (Kathmandu-5 hours drive/ Pokhara- 5 hours drive/ Lumbini-4 hours drive) (B)
Day 1: Drive (5 hours approx.)/ Fly (45 minutes) to Chitwan. (D)
By Tourist Bus: Early morning you will take the bus from the tourist bus station and will drive to Chitwan via Trishuli Riverbank. Normally, it takes five hours to get to Chitwan from Kathmandu.
By private vehicle: Travelling Chitwan with is the private vehicle is another possible option. If you want to travel with the private vehicle then please mention on the booking time.
By Flight: Flying to Bharatpur is another option.
In the evening, you will go to the Tharu Cultural program before dinner.
Day 2: Chitwan National Park Exploration (B/L/D)
After breakfast, you will first go for the canoeing where you will get a chance to see the two species of the crocodile- Mugger crocodile and Gharial. Then after you will go for the jungle walk. During the jungle walk, you can see the one-horned rhinoceros, deer, bears and other several wild animals and the birds.
After lunch, you will go for the Elephant back safari. This time you can see more wildlife. Another highlight of the day is visiting the elephant breeding center where you will get a chance to see the baby elephants and the way of food preparation and feeding the elephants.
Day 3: Bird watching and drive to next destination (Kathmandu-5 hours drive/ Pokhara- 5 hours drive/ Lumbini-4 hours drive) (B)
Early morning you will go for the bird watching. Then after you take your breakfast and will get ready for the next destination. From Chitwan, you can either come back to Kathmandu or can travel to Pokhara or Lumbini.
No special clothes or kit needed.
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