Chitwan National Park Jungle safari
Chitwan National Park jungle safari is situated in south western of Nepal and covers 932 sq. km This is Nepal’s first famous national park for wildlife safaris. You can see wild elephant; white footed gaur (the world’s largest wild cattle), leopards, wild boar, sloth bear and several species of deer including the spotted, barking, and sambar and hog deer. It is the home of the one-horned rhinoceros and harbours one of the largest populations of the exclusive and rare Royal Bengal tigers. The swampy areas and numerous ox-bow lakes are perfect for marsh crocodiles. The park hosts 450 species of birds. The Tharu people who live around this area have unique cultural traditions. In Chitwan there are many hotels inside and outside of the park. Usually visitors spend 3 days and 2 nights, but it is also possible to stay longer if you desire.
- Note: We do our best to make your visit as best as possible, so please contact us for more information.
What should I bring with me?
2. Sun hat and sun cream
3. Swim Wear
4. Light Clothes; Colour should blend with natural surroundings
5. Light sweater or jacket for mornings and evenings during the winter season (Dec to Feb)
6. Shoes for easy movement
8. Swiss knife
9. Reading books
5:30 am Wake-up call followed by tea/coffee
6:00 am Bird watching / Elephant Safari / Jungle walk
8:00 am Breakfast
9:30 am Crocodile walk. A 45 minutes walk through grass land and forest upstream of the Narayani or Rapti rivers Board boats to observe the wild life whilst floating back to camp
1:00 pm Lunch
3:30 pm Elephant Safari /Jungle Walk / Visit Observation Tower / Nature Walk with Boat Ride.
8:00 pm Dinner
- During the program full board as (breakfast, lunch & dinner with hot drinks as tea, coffee with accommodation).
- All necessary transportation by flight or by private vehicle or by bus from Kathmandu to Chitwan and back to Kathmandu.
- Government and local area taxes where applicable.
- Nepalese entry visa fee. (See the ‘Visa Information’ link under ‘Trekking Info’ for current fees)
- Travel insurance.
- Soft and alcoholic drinks (mineral water, hot water, coke, fanta, beer, spirits, etc).
- Snacks (Chocolate, biscuits etc).
- Phone calls and laundry service.
- Donation, tips and personal expenses.
- Emergency evacuation and medical equipment.
- Hire equipment and other personal items (sleeping bag, down jacket, hiking boots camera, toilet rolls etc).
- In case of natural calamities i.e. political unrest, cancellation of flight due to weather, landslides, etc, the extra charge will be borne by themselves.
- In Kathmandu everything yourself.