For the jungle safari trip, Chitwan is the finest point. Chitwan which means “ heart of jungle”, the main attraction is the Chitwan National Park, one of the largest forest region in Asia teeming with wildlife such as the rare great one-horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, sloth bear, leopard, wild boar, crocodile, more than 540 species of birds and the elusive Bengal tiger. Visitor to Chitwan may enjoy local sightseeing of Tharu Village nature walks, canoe trips, jungle trek & Jeep Safari. The five hours drive to Chitwan from Kathmandu or Pokhara is filled with thrilling views of the hills & rivers with jungles on either side.
Chitwan National Park: The total area of this national park is 932 sq.km, established on 1973. One Horned Rhinoceros, leopard, sloth bear, gaur, 543 types of birds, and 50 types of mammals, monkeys, butterflies and Royal Bengal Tiger are the main attraction to see in this national park as well as Tharu (Local group) culture. 4 hrs drives from Pokhara or Kathmandu and 22 min flight from Kathmandu or Pokhara, you will get Chitwan where choices of hotels are located near the jungle.
The Royal Chitwan National Park which stand today as successful testimony of nature conservation in South Asia. This is the first National Park of Nepal established in 1973 to preserve a unique Eco system significantly valuable to the whole world. The Park covering the protected area of 932 Sq. Km. is situated in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of southern central part of Nepal. The Park gained much wider recognition in the world when UNESCO included this area on the list of World Heritage Site in 1984. It should also be emphasized that only a very small part of the national park is used for tourism. The great majority of the land, particularly in the hills, remains uninvited and therefore undisturbed. This is ideal for wildlife, and also preserves an element of mystery for humans; because large areas are still unexplored, our knowledge of what birds and animals the park contains is by no means finalized, and there is always the possibility of making new discoveries.
Chitwan (1 night 2 days)
Day 01: PM Meet and great upon arrival in Tandi, Sauraha or Bharatpur airport. Transfer to Resort. Refreshment drinks and briefing about the programs. Rooms assigned. After lunch, you will visit Tharu village and National Park’s visitors’ center. Sun set view from the riverbank. Dinner at resort and after dinner join in Tharu cultural program or slides-show on wildlife.
Day 02: A.M. Breakfast, Jeep Safari, Transfer to Sauraha Tourist Bus Station or Bharatpur for departure.
Chitwan (2 nights 3 days):
Day 01: PM meet and greet upon arrival in Tandi, Sauraha or Bharatpur airport. Transfer to Resort. Refreshment drinks and briefing about the program. Rooms assigned. After lunch, you will visit Tharu village and National Park’s visitors’ center. Sun set view from the riverbank. Dinner at resort and after dinner join in Tharu cultural program or slides-show on wildlife.
Day 02: AM breakfast .Dugout canoe trip followed by a Nature Walk program. Take an ox-cart ride or jeep drive back to Resort.
PM – Lunch. After lunch Jeep Safari programs inside of national park.
Day 03: A.M. After a cup of tea or coffee, you will go for bird watching tour then breakfast. Transfer to Sauraha Tourist Bus Station or Bharatpur Airport.
Chitwan (3 nights- 4 days)
Day 01 & 02 as in Chitwan (2 nights-3 days) programs.
Day 03: AM: After a cup of tea or coffee, you will go for bird watching tour. Breakfast. Leisure till noon. PM: Lunch. Bicycle ride to “Twenty Thousand Lakes or an additional Jeep Safari program in Baghmara Or day trek in the dense jungle of Chitwan National Park Dinner.
Day 04: AM: after late breakfast you will be transferred to Sauraha Tourist Bus Station or Bhartpur Airport for your own wards journey.
Given itineraries are tentative and subject to change depending on time factor, weather conditions and park’s policy. The total quality of program remains unchanged even in the case of alteration.
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