The Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour is one of the most famous adventure tours in Nepal. The Chitwan National Park is located in the southern central region of Nepal occupying an area of 932 sq. km and it overlooks the floodplains of Rapti and the Narayani Rivers. The tour to Chitwan National Park is most suitable for travelers who want to experience the myriad of wild lives the park offers, and a chance to see the unique flora and fauna of the region. The Chitwan National Park has lots of endangered animals protected within its perimeters and excursing the National Park presents you with the opportunity to experience these animals in close proximity. Not only animals, the park also has the inclusion of various avifauna present in its acreages and spotting rare and exotic birds is a huge part of the Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour. Being the first National Park of Nepal, Chitwan National Park was granted the status of the World Heritage Site in 1984. It was also enlisted in the Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. With predominantly verdant Sal trees covering about 70% of the National Park, you would be trudging through vibrant and lush woodlands to look at the rare animals in their natural habitat.
The Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour takes you into the deep settings of the rich ecosystem and biodiversity of the region which is a habitat to a variance of mammals, reptiles, birds and numerous other wild lives and fauna. The highlights of the Park include spotting Asian One-Horned Rhinos and the Royal Bengal Tigers. Different species of plants are also preserved in the park, making the Jungle Safari a memorable experience of travelling under the green and emerald canopy of the forests. Along with that, you can also have a look at elephants, deer, crocodiles and pythons in the midst of the jungles. Taking the tour in the park, you would be presented with a number of different species of beautiful butterflies, 700 to be exact, moths and insect species as well. Apart from King Cobra and Rock Pythons, about 17 other species of snakes, tortoises and monitor lizards have their habitats in the area. Leopards are also most prevalent in the peripheries of the park as well. Chitwan is also considered to have the highest number of Sloth Bears. Bengal Foxes, Spotted Linsangs, Honey Badgers, Stripped Hyenas, Golden Jackals, Fishing Cats and Civets, Mongooses and Martens are only some of the varieties of animals among many that you can encounter in the Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour. The avifauna of the Chitwan National Park include 543 species, much more than in any other protected area in Nepal, and about two-thirds of Nepal’s globally threatened species. The park’s alluvial grasslands provide a safe home to birds like Bengal Floricans, Swamp Francolins and Babblers to build their nests and hatch their eggs. The lakes and various other water bodies around the National park also let you see the habitats of birds like Egrets, Bitterns, Storks and Kingfishers.
Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour designed by Escape Himalaya lets you experience the thrill of the jungle safari and lets you have a closer look at the unique cultures of the Tharu people- especially the idiosyncratic Tharu dance, in your tour. The Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour will be an unforgettable experience Escape Himalaya presents to you. Escape Himalaya provides an excellent rendering of services to its customers and we make sure that our customers are getting the optimal context on their journeys. The Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour package is designed carefully, keeping the satisfaction of our customers in mind, and at the same time, the package also incorporates all of the beautiful natural and cultural quintessence of the Chitwan National Park in a relative amount of time. Come join us in this ravishing adventure where you can experience aesthetically pleasing magnificence of the jungles, alluring natural winsomeness of the rare animals and plants and have a closer look at the culture and traditions of the Tharu people in the Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour Package with us! You can also opt for our Bardia National Park Tour as well.
- 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
- Foods and accommodation in Kathmandu/Pokhara
- Ground transportation other than tourist bus
- Nepal entry visa fees
- Items of a personal nature
- Tips for jungle guide
Day 01 Kathmandu to Chitwan National Park
From Kathmandu, we will drive to Chitwan where we will experience the wonderful jungle safari. As we reach the park, you will be briefed about the tour. Chitwan National Park holds more or less 68 species of mammals, 126 species of fish, 544 species of birds, and more. Here, you may see deer, monkeys, wild boars, sloth bears, Royal Bengal Tigers, leopards and rhinoceros in their natural habitat. The sight of these rare animals in the jungle is a wonderful experience of being close to the natural quintessence of nature. Observing these animals and plants in their own environments without the intrusion of modernization is captivating. We will walk around a nearby Tharu village and visit the National Park Visitor’s centre. We will also travel for witnessing the sunset view from the Rapti River’s shore. The sight of the setting Sun and the shimmer of the dying golden rays of the sun on the river’s water surface is serene and provides a beautiful sublimity to the ambiance. In the evening, we can have a look at the Tharu Cultural Program. Overnight stay in the park.
Day 02 Chitwan Jungle Tour
This is our second day in Chitwan National Park. We will experience wonderful jungle activities on this day too. We can go for an Elephant Ride, have a little jungle walk, experience a Canoe Ride along the Rapti River, Spend some time Bird Watching, and more on this day. You will also enjoy seeing the elephant bathing in the lake. It truly is a humbling sight and brings a smile on anybody’s face. Overnight stay in the park.
Day 03 Visit the Elephant Breeding Center and transfer to Pokhara/Kathmandu.
This is the last day in Chitwan National Park. We will visit the Elephant Breeding Center today. And then, we will drive back to Kathmandu.