Chitwan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Southern Nepal. It is the first national park of Nepal, established in 1973, and also one of the most popular destinations for Eco-tourists and wildlife enthusiasts. It is home to the most endangered species of animal, Royal Bengal tiger, and protected species of One-horned rhinos.
The Subtropical forest of Chitwan National Park offers a reliable habitat for variety of flora and fauna. Asiatic Elephant, Marsh Crocodile, Wild Boar, Sloth bear, 250 species of birds and several species of deer including Spotted, Barking, Samber and Hog inhabit the region. Other than the abundance of wildlife, Chitwan is also popular for its ethnic inhabitants, the Tharus, Most of these inhabitants practice their native lifestyle, and their homes inside the National Park region are designed and kept in their primitive manner.
Jungle Safari inside Chitwan National Park and the tour of ethnic villages are the highlights of this trip. You must be prepared to endure the sheer warmth of the southern basins during the trip.
An overland tour doesn’t require any physical or mental exertion, therefore, this trip is basically easier and can be done by anyone.
Comfortable tourist-class accommodations with character; mix of public and private transport. Star Standard meals at Kathmandu!
|Day 1||Drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan||–|
|Day 2||Elephant Safari & Tharu Village Tour||–|
|Day 3||Jeep Safari & Day tour||–|
|Day 4||Depart from Chitwan||–|
The Kathmandu in February can still be cold. I had to carry double layers of clothing. You helped me find a short trip to spend a quality time in Nepal. Few days on the road and a holy tour of Muktinath temple was gold! The entire trip from Kathmandu to Pokhara to Jomsom was amazing. Once you get off the plane you jump into a jeep and the whole bandwagon begins.
I found Muktinath to be tranquilizing. The old temple, countless stone taps, pilgrims bathing in the cold water was truly inspiring. I’d love to go on a longer trip with you guys the next time I visit Nepal. ~Sarah Thorpe (Brisbane, Australia)
The above information is a guide and standard template of what we provide. Our trip can be customized at your request to accommodate your specific requirements.
Currently, we help raise fund and donate it to help build schools and shelters at the Earthquake stricken regions of Central Nepal province. You can join the cause help donate or volunteer to teach at the primary level schools. Visit Community Center for more information.
|Trip Length||4 days|
|Activities||Wildlife Tour and Sightseeing|
|Tour Style||Hotels, Lodges & Resorts|
|Meal||Full board on Tour|
|Transportation||Private Vehicle & Tourist Bus|
|Best Month||February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November|
|Required (Min.)||2 Person|