Chitwan National Park




3 days

Trip Overview

Thriving Wildlife in Chitwan National Park 

Nepal shelters over 30 large wild animals and a staggering 180 mammal species. The Nepalese jungles, a haven for  tours, teem with diverse animals, including rhinos, tigers, crocodiles, snow leopards, red pandas, Himalayan black bears, gaurs (wild cattle), four-horned antelope, hyenas, sambar deer, chital deer, hog deer, barking deer, sloth bears, palm civets, and langurs.

 Birdwatching paradise.

Nepal  is a birdwatcher’s paradise, boasting over 800 species – an impressive 8% of the world’s total! This is nearly as many birds as all of North America! Common birds include peafowl, red jungle fowl, various egrets, herons, kingfishers, flycatchers, and woodpeckers.

Unforgettable Encounters in Chitwan National Park 

It is a renowned destination, there’s also another gem waiting to be explored – Bardia National Park. Established for tiger conservation, Bardia offers a chance to see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.

Unforgettable Wildlife Adventures 

Explore the dense jungles  on elephant back or in a four-wheel drive, encountering exotic animals in their natural habitat. Embark on thrilling canoe trips along jungle rivers, nature hikes, and birdwatching excursions. Visit local villages and immerse yourself in Tharu culture. Comfortable lodges with modern amenities await you after your adventures

Embark on an unforgettable wildlife adventure during the ideal season for Chitwan National Park tours: October to March. This period boasts pleasant weather and lush greenery, making it perfect for spotting wildlife. The park closes its doors during the monsoon season (June to September) due to heavy rainfall and potential flooding.

Trip Itinerary

After arriving at the resort, enjoy some welcome beverages in the wonderful garden, take a break, have lunch, and then explore the village. Tharu cultural entertainment in the evening and hotel accommodation.

Early morning breakfast, and then a few minutes drive to catch up  the canoe ride for about 30 minutes, which ends at the elephant breeding center. Visit the elephant breeding center, then continue the jungle trek for about three hours. A few minutes drive back to the resort for lunch, an elephant-back safari, or a jeep safari after lunch.

Early morning bird watching tour, then have breakfast. Drive to Kathmandu or Pokhara by tourist bus.

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Price Includes

  • Transportation to/from park by tourist bus
  • All park fees
  • National park permit
  • Taxes accommodation at resort
  • All meals includes ( breakfast, lunch, dinner) with tea or coffee
  • Professional nature guide etc.

Price Excludes

  • Personal natural expenses
  • Beverages etc.

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