Day 1: Kathmandu to Chitwan National Park
We begin our journey to Chitwan. We attend a briefing program related to our jungle tour, on reaching Chitwan National Park.
16:00 PM – We explore nearby ethnic Tharu village. Next, we visit the National Park Visitor’s centre. Lastly, we enjoy with the sunset view from the bank of Rapti River.
19:00 PM - You will be treated by a cultural dance of Tharu community or slideshow presentation on almost everything in Chitwan.
20:00 PM – Enjoy your dinner. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 2: Chitwan Jungle Tour
Today, you will just explore the jungle, wildlife and enjoy all of it.
6:00am – Wake up
6:30am - Breakfast time
7:00am - Canoe ride along the Rapti river + jungle walk
13:00pm - Enjoy your lunch.
15:00pm - Jeep Drive
20:00 - Enjoy your dinner. Overnight stay at Chitwan
Day 3: Chitwan to Kathmandu
After the breakfast, we drive back to Kathmandu by tourist bus.
- All ground transportation by tourist bus
- Meal on full board basis in Chitwan
- Accommodation at hotel park land OR similar category
- All jungle and tour activities
- All entry permits, Jungle guide, etc
What's not included
- Foods and accommodation in Kathmandu
- Nepal entry visa fees.
- Ground transportation by private car cost USD 200 extra.
- Items of a personal nature
- Tips for jungle guide.
Taste the wilderness of a rich ecosystem! Chitwan National Park lies in the south of central Nepal which covers 932 sq. km. land in subtropical low land of Terai. It is a dense forest and homeland to various species of animals. In other words, it is a wildlife sanctuary that treasures a number of rare species of flora and fauna. It offers a wide variety of mammals, birds, reptiles and water animals, and many more.
The meaning of Chitwan is the ‘heart of the jungle’. The word “Chitwan” is made up of two Nepali words, ‘Chit’ and ‘Wan’, Chit means heart and wan means jungle. Being the heart of the jungle, it treasures a number of endangered species of animals like the one-horned rhino, Bengal tiger, etc. You can also encounter elephants, crocodiles. Pythons, jungle cats, sloth bears, wild boars, langur monkeys and different species of deer, and over 500 species of birds.
Chitwan National Park
Besides exploration of animals and birds, you can do canoeing and walking around Tharu villages nearby to explore their unique culture and lifestyle. You will be treated by an authentic Tharu cultural dance and Nepalese cuisine. Chitwan National Park is listed on a UNESCO world heritage sites. As you explore the wildlife in its natural and undisturbed habitat, you can hold the pride of visiting the UNESCO listed sites.
You will taste the wilderness of the dense Saal forests of the national park that it beholds, as you explore the jungle on the jeep and traverse inside its denseness. Watching the wildlife deep inside the forest would be an inspiration. With the sight of animals walking together in their own herd, rhinos drinking water on the bank of Rapti River, monkeys feeding their baby monkeys, we will get to know how animals have their own way of living. Another feature of the journey is the sunset view at the bank of Rapti River, nothing could have been more tantalizing!
So get ready to explore the dense forests in Chitwan National Park! Visit View Nepal Trek is here to make your trip a memorable journey!