Chitwan National Park is the most famous Wildlife Park in South Asia. It is the excellent park for the travellers to see green forest, wild animals and flat landscaped of Nepal. UNESCO had declared Chitwan Natural Park in Natural Heritage Site since 1979. The park is situated in Terai, the subtropical southern part of Nepal. The park has the 68 species of mammals, 126 species of fish, 544 species of birds and 56 species of fauna.
Day 1: Drive Kathmandu To Chitwan
Day 2: Chitwan Exploring
Day 3: Final Departure
7:00 AM – Drive to Chitwan National Park via tourist bus or private vehicles. It’s approximately 185 km square far from Kathmandu and takes 5/6 hours on the Prithivi highway along Trishuli River and arrive at 1:30-2:00 in chitwan.
2:00PM– It would be the time to take some meal.
3:00PM– visiting Elephant Breeding Centre
Elephants are the most graceful among all the other animals. Our naturalist demonstrates the elephant’s meal preparing technique and how to feed in the Elephant breeding center. They will illustrate the nature and habit of the animals.
7:00PM– some cultural programme
6:00AM– Wake up
8:00AM– Cannoning+ Jungle walk
You may feel relax driving through the jungle in four wheel jeep by a canoe ride down the Rapti River. There is a great opportunity to view the Gharial Crocodile, Mugger Crocodile, white water Dolphins,etc. you may feel natural and cool about the flora and fauna of the Chitwan National park. You will see several crocodiles while canoeing and some rhino with their baby.
1:00 PM– Elephant / Jungle Safaris
Those who haven’t gone for elephant sarari, it would have been the happiest moment. You may sink into the deep penetration into the jungle for viewing and photographing wildlife where we can see lots of animal including: One- Horned -Indian Rhino, Asian Elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger(if you are lucky), Gharial, Sloth Bear, Spotted deer, Sambar and Massive Gaurs etc.
7:00PM– Tharu cultural dance presentation
6:00AM: Wake up
7:00AM– Bird Watching
Bird watching is also the best activities in Chitwan. More than 500 species of birds are found here. Some of them are: Cormorants, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Blue Indian Roller, Large tailed night jar, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Beaters and Lesser Fiorican, Hornbills, Stork Billed Kingfishers, Bengal Florican, Grey headed Eagles etc. You can enjoy by watching them.
9:00AM– Departure from Chitwan.
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