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2 Nights 3 Days Chitwan Safari ToursBack
Trip Facts Program Code: NEPAL-SAFARI Duration: 3 days Program Type: Safari Maximum Altitude: 300m Minimum Pax: 2 Mode of Travel: Drive Start Trip: Chitwan End Trip: Chitwan Program Grading: Moderate Driving Hour:  hours Driving Distance:  KM Trek Distance:  KM Flying Hour:  hours

Overview

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Chitawan National Park,Chitawan,Nepal

It lies 156 km. south-west of Kathmandu with an area of 932 square kilometres. It was established in 1973 and was later declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. Tropical deciduous reverie forests, wooded hills and grasslands contain one-fourth of the world's endangered great one-horned rhinos as well as the Royal Bengal tiger, leopards, monkeys, and the splendid gaur bison. More than 440 species of birds are found in this ornithologist's heaven, including the giant hornbill, the rare Bengal florican and the paradise flycatcher.

THE WILDLIFE
Here where the famous elusive Royal Bengal Tiger prowls and the endangered Great One- Horned Rhinoceros you will also fine leopards, sloth bear bison, wild boar, dear monkey, crocodiles, pythons, freshwater dolphins and many other smaller animals and reptiles. For the bird watcher, it is a paradise island with over 450 species of exotic birds, many of which are migratory making Chitwan their winter home.

Wildlife Activities
At Chitwan are a major attraction for all tourists. The elephant back safari through the park to see the animals is a special attraction. A canoe ride on the Rapti river with crocodiles passing by is unmistakably the greatest jungle experience. Visits to the elephant breeding farm, Tiger Tracing, Elephant Tracing, Jungle/Nature Walk, Bird Watching, Jeep Safari, Camping, Fishing, Study Tour, Cultural Tour, Hiking, Visit to Crocodile Breeding Center, Village Tour, Cultural Programme, the Tharu village and early morning bird watching And More... would leave you with memories to last forever.

Other places to visit around Chitwan are: Ghatgain, Jagatpur, Twenty Thousand Lakes (Bis Hazar Taal) and Meghauli.

Accessibilities
Getting to the Park The many ways from Kathmandu to the Royal chitwan National Park are great thrills in themselves.
By Road:
The Six hour drive on the Kathmandu-Narayanghat Highway follows the Trisuli River or six hour drive on the Pokhara - Narayanghat Highway both offering you a continually changing landscape from the mountains of Himalayas to the plains of Terai through colorful Tharu Villages.
By Raft:
One of the most exciting ways to travel to the Park is to raft down the Trisuli River (from Kathmandu ) or Seti River (from Pokhara). For two or more days you can float down the river experiencing its numerous rapids and seeing a variety of village life, flora and funa along its banks.
By Air:
A 20 minute flight will bring you From Kathmandu to Bharatpur or Megauli where you will be meet by our naturalist and will be taken to the Park. If you are in a group there are charter flight from Pokhara, Biratnagar (Koshi Tappu), Bhairawa (Lumbini), Nepalgunj (Bardia).

Accommodation
Several, well managed, jungle camps are available which offer tourists comfortable accommodations, elephant rides to view wildlife, canoeing and nature walks with highly trained naturalists. It is easy to fly, drive, bus or even raft to most of them and all you need is three days to sample the excitement of being in a true jungle wilderness. Excellent package tours, which include air/ground transportation, accommodation, safaris, and other jungle activities, are available.


Short Itinerary

Day 01 13.00 hrs. Lunch.
           15.00 hrs. Elephant briefing & bathing.
           16.00 hrs. Elephant Safari{approx.2hrs.}.
           19.00 hrs. Tharu culture dance.
           20.00 hrs. Dinner.

Day 02 05.30 hrs. Wake up call.
           06.00 hrs. Tea/Coffee followed by Nature walk for bird watching.
           07.30 hrs. Breakfast.
           08.30 hrs. Canoe ride along with elephant breeding center.
           13.00 hrs. Lunch.
           15.00 hrs. Visit to National Park visitor center.
           16.00 hrs. Village tour to ethnic Tharu village by ox cart.
           19.00 hrs. Slide presentation {flora & fauna} on the Park.
           20.00 hrs. Dinner.

Day 03 07.00 hrs. Wake up call.
           07.30 hrs. Breakfast.
           09.00 hrs. Departure.

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