|Start / End point||Kathmandu/ Kathmandu|
|Nature of Trek||Jungle Safari|
|Transportation||Domestic flight and private vehicle (Transportation)|
Chitwan is derived with a meaning “the heart of jungle” where chita means heart and wan means jungle in local language. This place is mainly focused on the conservation and preservation of the wild life. Safari in Chitwan is the wonderful activity to do as one can be close by the nature and the wildlife. Yearly, numerous visitors comes here locally and internationally to visit this place as this place has a lot to offer its visitors. The area covers 620 square miles and the geographical landscape is a flat terai region with the hills and the diverse ecosystem can be found here. This place was once a private hunting reserve during the century between 1846 and 1950 maintained for privileged classes.
While going for safari one can see various aspects of this place. This place is full of grassland, riverside forests which is full of Sal (type of tree), pine on the hills and ridges. Ox-bow lakes, the flood plains of the Rapti, Reu and Narayani Rivers are some of the prime focus among many others. The park is perfectly balanced home for more than 50 mammal species, over 525 birds, and 55 amphibians and reptiles and endangered species of animal, birds and reptiles like One-horned rhinoceros, Gaur, Royal Bengal tiger. Wild elephant, four horned antelope, Pangolin, Golden monitor lizard, Python, Giant hornbill, Black stork, white stork etc.
In Chitwan, One can opt either for jeep safari or elephant safari. While going through jeep safari, one has to pass through the road ways track and if you want to go inside of the forest for close experience with nature and its fauna then elephant safari is the best as it provides opportunity to get a closer view of the endangered one-horned rhinoceros as well as glimpse of the exclusive Bengal tiger if lucky enough. The climatic condition varies with its geographical features and safari is perfectly amazing. One should take out the time and grab an opportunity to explore through safari. Adventure and excitements are something that always one experience while going for safari. Take your time and join us as we are dedicated to offer the best services you deserve.
Day to Day Itinerary
Kathamandu / pokhara to Chitwan National Park.
Heading from Kathmandu/Pokhara/Lumbini and upon arrival at the tourist bus station in Chitwan, our staff will receive you. You will then be transferred to our hotel where you will be offered refreshment & be given a briefing & its facilities.
1:00 - Welcome briefing from the Lodge Manager
2:00 - Lunch
3:15 - Afternoon Tea/Coffee
4:30 - Elephant Safari/Jungle Walk/Visit to Observation Tower
7:00 - Tharu Stick Dance/Slide Show
8:00 - Dinner
Full day activities including Canoe ride - Bird Watching - Elephant Safari Nature walk etc.
05:30 - Wake Up call
05:45 - Morning Tea/Coffee
06:00 - Elephant Safari/Bird Watching
08:00 - Breakfast
09:00 - Canoe Ride/Nature Walk
12:00 - Elephant Briefing
13:00 - Lunch
14:00 - Elephant Bathing
15:15 - Afternoon Tea/Coffee
15:30 - Jungle Walk/Canoe Ride/Elephant Safari
18:30 - Slide Show/Tharu Stick Dance
20:00 - Dinner
Morning Activities then Departure.
05:30 Wake Up call
05:45 Morning Tea/Coffee
06:00 Bird Watching/
09:00 Drive(5/6 hrs) back to Kathmandu by private bus
- Stay overnight at hotel.
What is Included?
- Two-night accommodation in hotel.
- All your Standard meals ( Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
- Activities i.e. Slide Show, Elephant Ride, Jungle Walk, Canoe Ride, Visit to Elephant
- Breeding center, Bird Watching, Village Tour and Tharu Cultural Program.
- Transportation to and from Kathmandu/pokhara to chitwan from Pokhara/pokhara.
- Highly experienced Government licensed safari guide during the trip.
- Tourist Service charge. Guide salary, insurance, lodge food salary etc
- National Park entrance fee.
- Governments /local taxes.
What is Excluded?
- Travel Insurance.
- All Personal Expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, mineral water. could drinks, and Alcoholic Beverages.
- Cost raised by cancelation, landside, weather, political and illness etc which are not under DWT control.