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Chitwan National Park Jungle Safari

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  • Duration 4 Days

Introduction

Chitwan National Park Jungle Safari Tour Highlights:

  1. Visit the Chitwan National Park’s wildlife.
  2. Gaining knowledge of tharu culture in Nepal.
  3. Adventure sports include hiking in the jungle, elephant safaris, and boating on the Rapti River.
  4. Observing the many bird species.
  5. Narayani River at dawn and dusk.

Chitwan National Park Tour: Overview

Attractive Travel Nepal provides Chitwan National Park Safari tours in Nepal. Chitwan National Park is located in the districts of Nawalparasi, Parsa, Chitwan, and Makwanpur in the Inner Terai plains of south-central Nepal. This vast conservation area is 932 square kilometers in size and is home to several of the most protected plants and creatures, including one-horned rhinoceroses, crocodiles, and other wild animals. Incredibly lush Nepal is recognized for drawing tourists worldwide on its most well-known wildlife safaris.

Elephant safaris, birdwatching, cultural tours, elephant breeding facilities, dancing demonstrations, jungle nature walks, and jeep safari tours are all included in the Chitwan National Park Jungle Safari itinerary. Avast wilderness to explore and take in the scenery, with vibrant fauna. This region of Nepal is renowned for its many ethnic cultures and hospitality, in addition to its beautiful natural surroundings.

The Chitwan National Park Tour begins with a scenic flight or drives from the Pokhara or Kathmandu valleys to Chitwan. Your agent will meet you at the airport and drive you to the hotel when you arrive in Chitwan. After a little nap, our tour guide briefs you on the itinerary.

In addition to birdwatching, various jungle sports, and exotic enjoyment, this conservation area offers a stunning scenic view of the dawn and sunset from the bank of the Narayani River. Start your jungle safari journey in Chitwan National Park and take in the sights of the diverse wildlife and people.

FAQ for Chitwan National Park Jungle Safari

Q: What season is ideal for visiting Chitwan?
If you can handle the heat, come to Chitwan in April or May at the end of the dry season when wildlife naturally gravitates at waterholes – expect meltingly hot temperatures in the mid 40°C range. However, October to early March is the best time to visit Chitwan for moderate 25°C temps. Most nights in January are below freezing, making it the coldest month.

Q: Is it worthwhile to travel to Chitwan?
Numerous threatened species, including the one-horned rhinoceros, royal Bengal tigers, gharial crocodiles, and freshwater gangetic dolphins, can be found in Chitwan National Park. Additionally, there are four species of deer, two different kinds of monkeys, wild boars, sloth bears, elephants, and leopards, all of which have robust populations.

Q: What has Chitwan been renowned for?
The first national park in Nepal is called Chitwan National Park. It was founded in 2030 B.C. The park encompasses 932 square kilometers and is recognized as a World Heritage site. A conservation area for vultures and gharials, as well as an elephant breeding facility, are among the park’s features.

Q: Does Chitwan National Park have tigers?
According to a countrywide census conducted in 2022, Chitwan National Park is home to 128 Royal Bengal Tigers.

Q: What is the driving time from Kathmandu to Chitwan?
Nearly five hours
The travel time by land from Kathmandu to the Chitwan National Park only takes around five hours on a good day. It’s a beautiful trip that follows the Trisuli Valley, known for its steep hills covered in forest and farming communities, before heading south and heading toward the plains.

Itinerary

Day 1: Day One

1:00 pm: Airport and tourist bus park pickup by our employees for hotels.
3:30 pm: You can visit Tharu village after lunch to learn about their culture, way of life, and traditions. View the sunset from the Rapti River’s bank in the evening.
7:00 pm: Cultural presentation, including several forms of Tharu dancing.
8:30 pm: In-Hotel Dinner.

Day 2: Day Two

6:15 am: Get up and eat breakfast at the hotel.
7:00 am: You canon on the Rapti River with a jungle guide. Where you can view uncommon species of crocodile, many bird species, and gharial.
8:30 am: Escorted by a jungle guide on a forest trek.
12:00 am: Lunch

Day 3: Day Three

7:00 am: Get up and have breakfast
8:00 am: Entering the national park to go on a jeep safari
12:00 pm: Lunch
2:00 pm: Elephant bathing
3:00 pm: Visiting the Elephant Breeding Center
8:00 pm: Dinner

Day 4: Last Day

7:00 am: Get up and have breakfast.
8:00 am: Departure for Pokhara, Birjung, Sunauli, or Kathmandu.

If you find this schedule uncomfortable, we can arrange a custom one for you.

Inclusions

  • Pickup at the tourist bus park.
  • Full-board meals.
  • Twin-sharing rooms are available at the hotel.
  • Every jungly endeavour.
  • Jeep and elephant safari (optional)
  • English-speaking guide for jungle adventures
  • All legal taxes, including VAT and office service fees

Exclusions

  • Personal costs.
  • Bill for alcoholic beverages, cold beverages, laundry, and a phone call.
  • Emergency Departure (Helicopter Rescue).
  • An additional night’s lodging, if necessary.
  • Tipping.
  • Any additional costs not mentioned here include.

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trip facts
PRICE: On Request
TRIP START: Chitwan
TRIP END: Kathmandu
TRIP DURATION: 4 Days
TREK TYPE: Hotels
BEST MONTH: April or May, October to early March
ACCESSIBILITY: Flight and Land
MAX.Altitude:N/A
TRIP GRADE: Easy to Moderate
MIN.GROUP SIZE : N/A
DEPARTURE: Granted
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