Royal Chitwan National Park

Royal Chitwan National Park

Royal Chitwan National Park, a world Natural Site declared by UNESCO, is one of the most visited Parks in Nepal. Our safaris offer a chance to see the endangered Asian one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal tigers, Gangetic crocodiles and fresh water dolphins. The diverse ecology of the park is home

Royal Chitwan National Park, a world Natural Site declared by UNESCO, is one of the most visited Parks in Nepal. Our safaris offer a chance to see the endangered Asian one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal tigers, Gangetic crocodiles and fresh water dolphins. The diverse ecology of the park is home to 600 plant species, 50 mammals, 526 birds and 49 amphibians and reptiles. In addition, the Tharu Community, a traditional culture of people in the area, perform dances and other activities that add to the cultural immersion of this safari. Options and suggestions for activities in the park as as follows: Elephant Back Safari An elephant ride is one of the safest ways to enter the jungle and see the wildlife. It is an exciting experience never to be forgotten. Elephants are the traditional means of exploring the jungle and finding the excusive animals of the Terai. Jungle Drive You can have the unique experience of driving deep into the jungle in a 4wd jeep. (January to May only) Jungle walk You can enjoy a natural walk in the jungle in safety accompanied by our well-trained naturalist who will interpret the hidden secrets of the land as you walk through ancient groves or perch in a strategically located watch tower (Machan) to observe animals grazing, drinking at pools, or resting in the bushes. Canoeing A typical hand-made dugout canoe will take you on the great Rapti river where you can see gharials and crocodiles basking in the sun and enjoy watching the many colorful birds. Bird watching Birds lovers will have a wonderful opportunity to see many species of birds in the early morning as the new day dawns. Tharu village visit This tour is especially for those guests who are keen to experience the typical local life of Tharus, the ancient native people of the Chitwan jungle. Folk Dance After a delicious buffet dinner we entertain you with stick dance and folk song and give you an opportunity to dance with the native people. Ox-card ride For those who love old ethnic traditional way of transport, we have an ox-cart that will give you an experience of the unique mode of transport while riding on the old dirt road of the nearby Tharu village.

We offer 2-5 day itinerary options. Itinerary and the program can be changed as per your request. Examples are below. For further information please contact us.

 

2 Day Program
Day 01
Arrival at camp. Welcome drinks and small briefing about the program. Escort Guest up to the room to freshen up.
13:00 : Lunch
15:30 : Culture tour (to visit Tharu village)
18:30 : Sunset viewing
19:30 : Slide show program/Tharu stick dance
20:30 : Dinner
Day 02
06:30 : Wake-up call
07:30 : Breakfast
08:30 : Elephant safari
13:00 : Departure
Service Includes:
Accommodation twin bed rooms, all meals, all activities, all taxes, National Park fees & transportation.

Itinerary – 3 Day Program
Day 01
Arrival at camp. Reception, escort guest up to the room to freshen up.
13:00 : Lunch
14:30 : Culture tour (to visit Tharu village)
18:30 : Sunset viewing
19:30 : Slide show/Tharu stick dance
20:30 : Dinner
Day 02
06:30 : Wake-up call
07:30 : Breakfast
08:00 : Canoe ride
13:00 : Lunch
15:30 : Elephant back safari
18:30 : Slide show/Tharu stick dance
19:30 : Free time to re-fresh
20:30 : Dinner
Day 03
06:00 : Wake-up call
06:45 : Tea/Coffee
07:00 : Bird watching
08:30 : Breakfast & Departure.
Service Includes:
Accommodation twin bed rooms, all meals, all activities, all taxes, National Park fees & transportation.

Itinerary – 4 Day Program
Day 01
Pick-up from arrival point Reception, escort guest up to the room for freshen-up
13:00 : Lunch
14:30 : Culture tour (to visit Tharu village)
18:30 : Sunset viewing
19:30 : Slide show/Tharu stick dance
20:30 : Dinner
Day 02
06:30 : Wake-up call
07:30 : Breakfast
08:00 : Canoeing ride
13:00 : Lunch
15:30 : Elephant back safari
18:30 : Slide show/Tharu stick dance
19:30 : Free time to re-fresh
20:30 : Dinner
Day 03
06:30 : Wake-up call
06:45 : Tea/Coffee
07:30 : Breakfast
08:30 : jungle Trek or 4WD Jungle Drive
17:00 : Time to relax with different kinds of drink in front of camp-fire with bar-be-que. (one special order)
20:30 : Dinner
Day 04
06:00 : Wake-up call
06:45 : Tea/Coffee
07:30 : Bird watching
08:30 : Breakfast, time to departure

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