3 Nights 4 Days Chitwan Safari TourBack
Trip Facts Program Code: PTT-NEPAL Duration: 4 days Program Type: Jungle Safari Maximum Altitude: 300m Minimum Pax: 1 Mode of Travel: Drive/flight Start Trip: Kathmandu End Trip: Kathmandu Program Grading: Easy Driving Hour: 1 hours Driving Distance: 1 KM Trek Distance: 1 KM Flying Hour: 1 hours

Overview

Elephant Safari
Our elephant allows you to approach closely to same of the world’s rarest animals such as Great one horned rhinos and sloth bears. The tri lasts approximately one and a half hours.

Canoe Trip
A trip a dugout canoe on either the Rapti or the Budhi Rapti Riverwhich border the National Park will provide a chance to see two types of crocodiles, the Gharial and the Mugger basking on the river banks. Other wildlife, especially bird, is of an additional interest.
Elephant Breeding Centre
This is the first elephant breeding center in Asia and is situated only one and half km. from our hotel. You can see baby elephants socializing with their parents and other babies. The centre is government owned and its purpose if to raise the young elephants, and to train them to convey tourists around the region. Guests at paradise may accompany our privately owned elephants to experience their daily bathing in the river.
Village Tour
Tharus are the indigenous inhabitants of the Terai. We offer guided cultural tours to meet the people and experience their traditional way of life. At the hotel we feature ethic Tharu dance which exhibits traditional movements and invite guests to join them in this rhythmic display.
Bird Watching
We are specialists in the birds of Nepal. Active members of the Bird Education Society of Nepal are employees of the hotel. The park is a habitat for over 450 residential and migratory species. Many are threatened e.g. the Great Pied Hornbill, Bengal Florican, Peregrine Falcon, lesser adjutant strokes etc, a bird watching trip with our resident naturalists will be a memorable experience.
Nature Walk
Our experienced naturalists will accompany you to the more specialized habitats. This is an ideal opportunity to explore and experience, at closer quarters, the beauty of the flora and fauna. The naturalists are trained to observe changes in animal behavior and can detect if an animal is becoming agitated to ensure your safety by avoiding an attack.
Jungle Drive(optional)
We provide tour by four wheel drive jeep in the less disturbed areas of the park for an opportunity to view rarer species; you will visit Ox-bow lakes and a museum of historic interest relating to the park. These facilities inside park are not available during the monsoon. However during this period we visit the 20,000 Lakes area which offers a varied experience of birds and mammals.


Short Itinerary

Day 1:
On your arrival at Chitrasari you will be received by our staff. You will then be transferred to our Resort where you will be offered refreshments & be given a briefing on our Resort & its facilities. After being given brief about your
programmes for the day, your room will then be allocated to you.
15:00- Lunch.
15:00 - Elephant safari briefing & bathing.
16:00 - Elephant safari. An excellent opportunity to see wide range of wild animals like deer, rhinoceros, wild boar, monkeys, leopard, sloth bear and the Royal Bengal Tiger (if you are lucky). You will also encounter many other smaller mammals that have made Chitwan their home.
19:00 - Thaw cultural dance presentation (which you can also participate in) by the local villagers or a slide show presentation on almost everything under the Chitwan sun.
20:00 - Dinner.

Day 2:
05:30 - Wake up call.
06:00 - Tea/coffee followed by nature walk. An excellent opportunity to see a great many of those 524 different species of birds found in Chitwan.
07:50 - Breakfast.
09:00 - Canoe ride along the Rapti river. An excellent opportunity for bird watching and for seeing the 2 rare species of crocodiles; the Marsh Mugger and the fish eating Gharial.
10:00 - Visit to the Government Elephant Breeding Center. Walk/drive back through the Tharu villages to our Resort where you can take a leisurely swim or relax by the poolside. You can also spend the time before lunch to gaze at the fishes found in Chitwan in your own fish pond or play a game of tennis or pool table with your friends or just spend a few quiet moments in our library with a book. You can even let your children play by themselves in our children’s playground. Your choices are limitless.
13:00 - Lunch.
15:00 - Visit to the National Park Visitor’s center where you can learn more about the history of the National Park and about wildlife.
16:00 - Village tour to a nearby ethnic Thaw village where you will learn more about the life and lifestyles of the Thaws.
19:00 - Tharu cultural dance presentation or a slide show presentation.
20:00 - Dinner.

Day 3:
05:30 - Wake up call. Tea/coffee followed by elephant safari, nature walk or you can just spend the morning as you prefer.
07:30 - Breakfast.
09:00 - Drive to Bees Hazzar Taal (Twenty thousand lakes) where you will see crocodiles and lots of birds in and around these lakes.
11:00 - Back to our Resort where you can spend time at leisure.
13:00 - Lunch.
15:00 - Jungle Drive through the grasslands, riverine forests and sal forests to Kasara (the National Park’s head quarters) Gharial hatchery farm where you will learn about how crocodiles are brought up at this farm & then later released into the rivers.
19:00 - Thorn cultural dance presentation or a slide show presentation.
20:00 - Dinner.

Day 4:
05:30 - Wake up call. Tea/coffee followed by elephant safari, nature walk or you can just spend the morning as you prefer.
07:30 - Breakfast.
09:00 - Departure for onward journey.

Note: Program vary season wise which we fix at the time of booking.

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