Chitwan National Park Tour

Chitwan National Park Tour 7 Days

$ 680 Per Person

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Facts About Trip

Maximum Altitude:

1400 M

Group Size:

2 to 30 Peoples

Transportation:

Flight & private transport

Accommodation:

Best available

Best season:

All Season

Meals:

Veg/ Non Veg

Tour type:

Tour

Grade:

Moderate / Adventure

Trekking Region

Chitwan District

Trip Highlights

  • Explore the lush landscapes of Chitwan National Park on a thrilling wildlife safari. Witness the majestic one-horned rhinoceros, elusive Bengal tigers, spotted deer, and a myriad of bird species in their natural habitat.
  • Traverse the park atop a majestic elephant for a unique and immersive safari experience. This eco-friendly approach allows you to observe wildlife while minimizing the impact on their natural surroundings.
  • Drift along the Rapti River on a peaceful canoe ride, providing opportunities to spot crocodiles, various bird species, and other aquatic life thriving in this pristine ecosystem.
  • Immerse yourself in the vibrant Tharu culture with a traditional dance performance. The rhythmic beats, colorful costumes, and lively atmosphere offer a captivating glimpse into the local heritage.
  • Take leisurely nature walks guided by experienced naturalists. Explore the diverse flora and fauna of the park, learning about the intricate ecosystems and the importance of conservation efforts.
  • Gain insights into elephant conservation and witness adorable elephant calves at the Elephant Breeding Center. Learn about the park's dedicated efforts to protect and preserve these majestic creatures.
  • Chitwan is a haven for bird enthusiasts. Join expert guides for a bird-watching excursion and spot a variety of resident and migratory birds, adding a delightful touch to your nature experience.
  • Indulge in authentic Tharu cuisine and traditional Nepali meals. Savor the flavors of local dishes prepared with fresh, organic ingredients, providing a culinary journey that complements the cultural immersion.
  • Relax in comfortable accommodations nestled in the heart of nature. Whether in a jungle resort or a riverside lodge, your stay is designed to enhance your Chitwan experience.

Overview

Chitwan National Park, located in southern Nepal, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its rich biodiversity and stunning natural beauty. Here's a detailed description. Chitwan National Park is situated in the subtropical Inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal, covering an area of 952.63 square kilometers. It extends across Chitwan, Nawalpur, Parsa, and Makwanpur. The landscape is characterized by lush jungles, grasslands, rivers, and floodplains, offering a diverse habitat for wildlife. The park is home to an incredible array of flora and fauna, including endangered species such as the Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, Asian elephant, and gharial crocodile. It boasts over 700 species of wildlife, including more than 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna, and 126 species of fish. The dense forests teem with diverse plant species, including sal trees, grasslands, and riverine vegetation.

Chitwan National Park is particularly famous for its successful conservation of the one-horned rhinoceros. It houses a significant population of these majestic creatures, which were once on the brink of extinction. Visitors to the park often embark on jungle safaris to catch a glimpse of these rare animals in their natural habitat. Jungle safaris are one of the main attractions of Chitwan National Park. Visitors can explore the park's wilderness on elephant-back, jeep safaris, or guided walking tours. These excursions offer thrilling opportunities to spot wildlife such as tigers, rhinoceroses, sloth bears, leopards, deer, monkeys, and a myriad of bird species. The indigenous Tharu people have inhabited the region surrounding Chitwan National Park for centuries. Visitors can immerse themselves in Tharu culture by visiting traditional Tharu villages, witnessing their colorful festivals, enjoying their distinctive cuisine, and experiencing their unique music and dance performances.

Chitwan National Park offers a range of activities for visitors, including birdwatching, canoeing or boating along the Rapti River, nature walks, elephant bathing, and cultural tours of nearby villages. The park also has accommodations ranging from luxury lodges to budget-friendly guesthouses, ensuring a comfortable stay amidst nature. Chitwan National Park is dedicated to the conservation and protection of its diverse ecosystem. It actively engages in anti-poaching initiatives, habitat management, community-based conservation projects, and environmental education programs to ensure the long-term sustainability of its natural resources. Chitwan National Park is a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, offering an unforgettable experience amidst the pristine wilderness of Nepal's Terai region.

Day to Day Itinerary Expand/Collapse All

Day 1 : Arrival in (TIA), Kathmandu.

Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu Transfer to your hotel and check-in. Rest and relax for the day. In the evening, explore the vibrant streets of Thamel and enjoy the local cuisine overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 2 : Kathmandu Sightseeing Day Tour.

After breakfast, start your sightseeing tour of Kathmandu. Visit the famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple. In the afternoon, visit the Kathmandu Durbar Square and learn about the history and culture of the city. overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 3 : Drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan (415m.)

After breakfast drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan, which takes around 5-6 hours. On the way, enjoy the scenic beauty of the countryside and stop at a few viewpoints for pictures. After arriving in Chitwan, check in at your hotel. In the evening, explore the local markets and enjoy the sunset view by the riverside. overnight in Chitwan.

Day 4 : Full Day Chitwan National Park (Jungle Safari)

After breakfast, start your jungle safari in Chitwan National Park, which from your hotel to various wildlife including tigers, rhinos, elephants, and many more. You can choose to take a jeep safari, elephant safari, or a canoe ride depending on your preference. In the afternoon, visit the elephant breeding center and learn about the conservation efforts in the area overnight in Chitwan.

Day 5 : Jungle Walk and Local Tharu Cultural Program.

After breakfast, go for a jungle walk with your guide. This is a great opportunity to spot some of the park's wildlife, and to learn about the flora and fauna of the area. In the afternoon, enjoy a cultural program performed by the local Tharu community. This includes traditional dances, songs, and a display of their unique lifestyle. overnight in Chitwan.

Day 6 : Departure from Chitwan to Kathmandu.

After breakfast, check out from your hotel or resort Transfer to Kathmandu. In the evening, enjoy a farewell dinner with a cultural show overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 7 : Final Departure from Kathmandu.

After breakfast, check out from your hotel. Transfer to the airport for your onward journey.
 

What Is Included ?

  • Pick up from (TIA) Kathmandu.
  • B&B twin sharing basis at Hotel.
  • All jungle activities like Birdwatching, Canoe Ride, Tharu Cultural Experience, Nature Walks, Elephant Bathing, Cultural Performances, Accommodations, etc.
  • Elephant safari /jeep drive (optional).
  • Jungle safari and adventure guide with English speaking.
  • All government TAX/ VAT and office service charges.

What Is Excluded?

  • Personal expenses.
  • Alcoholic and beverage bills, cold drinks, laundry, and phone calls.
  • Emergency Evacuation (Helicopter Rescue).
  • Extra night accommodation if required.
  • Tipping.
  • No other cost was mentioned on included.

 

NOTE: If you return earlier from the trek due to sickness or any problem, the money you paid for the flight, hotel, mountain room, food, etc. It is not will be nrefundable, and you will need to bear the expenses for the hotel, food, etc. in Kathmandu yourself.

FAQs

Chitwan National Park, located in Nepal, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its rich biodiversity. It's home to various endangered species, including the one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tiger, and numerous bird species.

You can reach Chitwan by road or a short flight from Kathmandu to Bharatpur. The park is easily accessible, and many tour operators offer transportation services.

Chitwan is famous for its diverse wildlife, including rhinoceros, elephants, tigers, leopards, deer, and a variety of bird species. Jungle safaris provide an opportunity to witness these animals in their natural habitat.

Chitwan offers a range of activities, such as jungle safaris, canoeing, bird watching, nature walks, and cultural experiences with the local Tharu community. Elephant safaris and jeep safaris are popular ways to explore the park.

The best time to visit is during the dry seasons, from October to March, when wildlife is more active, and the weather is pleasant. Avoid the monsoon season (June to September) due to heavy rainfall.

Yes, there are various lodges, resorts, and hotels in and around the park offering comfortable accommodation. Some lodges even provide a unique jungle experience.

While it's not mandatory, hiring a local guide enhances the experience. Guides are knowledgeable about the wildlife, flora, and fauna, providing valuable insights during your exploration.

Yes, visitors can engage in cultural experiences with the indigenous Tharu community. Enjoy traditional dance performances, visit Tharu villages, and learn about their unique way of life.

Yes, Chitwan is family-friendly. Many lodges offer family-oriented activities, and children can enjoy wildlife encounters in a safe environment.

Follow safety guidelines provided by guides and authorities. Maintain a safe distance from wildlife, wear appropriate clothing, and stay hydrated during your adventures.

Additional Information

1. Chitwan Tour Price/Cost: Explore our affordable Chitwan tour packages that cater to various budgets. Our packages include accommodation, meals, guided safaris, and cultural experiences. Contact us for personalized packages and exclusive deals.

2. Kathmandu to Chitwan Distance By Drive/Flight: The distance from Kathmandu to Chitwan can be covered by a scenic drive or a quick flight to Bharatpur. The drive takes approximately 5-6 hours, offering picturesque views of the Nepalese countryside.

3. Chitwan Attractions Places: Discover Chitwan's enchanting attractions, including the Elephant Breeding Center, Tharu Cultural Museum, and Devghat. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and natural beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

4. Chitwan National Park: Chitwan National Park, a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, boasts diverse flora and fauna. Home to the endangered one-horned rhinoceros and Bengal tiger, the park promises an unforgettable jungle adventure.

5. Chitwan Jungle Safari: Embark on an exhilarating Chitwan Jungle Safari for an up-close encounter with wildlife. Choose from elephant safaris or jeep safaris guided by experienced naturalists, ensuring a safe and informative expedition.

6. Tour Packages in Nepal: Extend your adventure beyond Chitwan with our comprehensive tour packages in Nepal. Explore the cultural gems of Kathmandu, the serene beauty of Pokhara, and the majestic Himalayas. Tailor your itinerary for a truly personalized experience.

7. Best Time to Visit Chitwan National Park: Plan your visit during the dry seasons from October to March for optimal wildlife sightings. Avoid the monsoon season (June to September) to make the most of your Chitwan experience.

8. Accommodation in Chitwan: Indulge in comfortable stays at our partner lodges and resorts in and around Chitwan National Park. Experience the perfect blend of luxury and nature, ensuring a relaxing retreat after your adventurous excursions.

9. Safety Tips for Chitwan National Park Tour: Prioritize safety during your Chitwan tour. Follow guidelines provided by guides, maintain a safe distance from wildlife, and wear suitable clothing for jungle activities. Stay hydrated and enjoy a worry-free exploration.

10. Booking Your Chitwan National Park Tour: Ready to embark on your Chitwan adventure? Contact us to book your tour and secure your spot for an unforgettable journey into the heart of Nepal's wildlife and culture.

Explore, experience, and immerse yourself in the magic of Chitwan National Park with our tailored tour packages. Book now for an adventure of a lifetime!

Equipments

A tour of Chitwan National Park offers a unique opportunity to experience Nepal's diverse wildlife, lush jungles, and rich cultural heritage. To make the most of your trip, it's essential to be equipped with the right gear. Here’s a detailed list of the best equipment and essentials for a Chitwan National Park tour:

 
Lightweight, Breathable Clothing:
Tops: Moisture-wicking, quick-dry shirts with long sleeves to protect against sun and insects.
Bottoms: Lightweight pants, preferably convertible to shorts, for flexibility and protection.
 
Footwear:
Hiking Shoes/Boots: Comfortable, sturdy shoes for walking through varied terrain.
Sandals: Quick-dry sandals for activities involving water, like canoeing.
 
Rain Gear:
Rain Jacket/Poncho: Lightweight and packable for sudden rain showers.
Rain Pants: Optional but useful for heavy rain or wet vegetation.
 
Hat and Sunglasses:
Wide-brimmed Hat: For sun protection.
Sunglasses: With UV protection to guard against the bright sun.
 
Insect Repellent Clothing:
Consider clothes treated with permethrin or wear insect-repellent wristbands and accessories.
 
Daypack:
Small, comfortable backpack for carrying essentials during excursions.
 
Binoculars:
High-quality binoculars for bird watching and spotting distant wildlife.
 
Camera:
DSLR or mirrorless camera with a telephoto lens for capturing wildlife.
Waterproof camera or action camera like GoPro for water-based activities.
 
Field Guide:
Guidebook for local flora and fauna to enhance your wildlife experience.
 
Sun Protection:
Broad-spectrum SPF 30+ sunscreen.
Lip balm with SPF.
 
Insect Repellent:
DEET-based repellent or natural alternatives like citronella.
 
First Aid Kit:
Basic first aid supplies including bandages, antiseptic wipes, and any personal medications.
 
Hydration:
Reusable water bottle or hydration system to stay hydrated.
Water purification tablets or a portable filter if you plan on using natural water sources.
 
Snacks:
Energy bars, nuts, and dried fruits for quick nutrition during long excursions.
 
Travel Documents:
Passports, park entry permits, and tickets are securely stored.
Photocopies of important documents as a backup.
 
Cash:
Local currency for tips, souvenirs, and additional expenses.
 
Multi-tool:
Handy for small repairs and emergencies.
 
Flashlight or Headlamp:
Useful for early morning or nighttime activities.
 
Waterproof Bag or Dry Sack:
To protect electronics and valuables from rain or water-based activities.
 
Canoeing Gear:
Lightweight, quick-dry clothing.
Waterproof phone case or bag.
 
Bird Watching:
Bird identification app or book.
Notebook and pen for jotting down sightings.
 
Jeep Safari:
Cushion or seat pad for comfort during bumpy rides.
Extra batteries and memory cards for cameras.

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$ 680 Per Person

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Enquiry Whatsapp +9779862854770 Download PDF

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