Chitwan National Park is one of the finest game reserves in Southeast Asia. It is located 170 km southwest of Kathmandu. It was established in 173 as a first national park of Nepal and enlisted as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984.
Over 50 different species of mammals, 40 species of reptiles and 626 species of birds have been recorded in Chitwan National Park. There are mainly three different types of dominant vegetation: – Sal forests, riverine forests and grasslands.
Illusive Royal Bengal Tigers, Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, majestic Gaur Bisons, colossal Asian wild Elephants, shaggy Sloth Bears, agile Common Leopards, elegant deer, slumbering Gharial Crocodiles and globally threatened species of birds are major highlights of Chitwan National Park. Visitors can explore the park on elephant back, jeep, dugout canoe or by walking.
It takes only 4-5 hours by surface and 20 minutes by flight to reach Chitwan National Park.
2 nights/3 days package is a standard package tour for Chitwan National Park. It offers ample opportunity to explore endangered and rare species of flora, fauna and birds of Chitwan National Park.
This trip can be extended or modified to fit your schedule. Just let us know what works best for you!
Wildlife Safari in Chitwan
- Elephant back safari
- Elephant bathing
- Dugout canoe trip
- Guided jungle walk
- Unique Tharu culture show
- Day 01: Drive or fly to Chitwan National Park and transfer to hotel
- Day 02: Elephant ride, dugout canoe trip and guided jungle walk inside the park
- Day 03: Birdwatching, which is followed by breakfast and departure for return journey
Do you wish to extend your trip to include more time, additional destinations, or both? Let us know and we’ll help you plan it out.
(These trips can also be extended or modified to fit your schedule.)
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