Chitwan National Park, which is situated 120 kilometers southwest of Kathmandu, houses one of Nepal's largest natural parks. A wide range of wildlife including the one-horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, sloth bear, leopard, wild boar, fresh water dolphin crocodile, the royal Bengal tiger and more than 350 species of birds are found here. Visitors to Chitwan may view the wildlife on elephant back excursions, nature walks, canoe trips and jungle treks. A three or at least a four-day stay is recommended for a full experience of the wilderness. Visitors may also take a raft trips, driving from Kathmandu to the river Trisuli or Seti Khola and then spend some days on river camping en route.
Day 01: From Kathmandu drive through rural Nepal to a jungle lodge in the Chitwan National Park to the south of Nepal . After lunch a briefing about the area's game, then leave camp on elephant ride to search out varied animals in the surrounding jungle, including rare one-horned rhino.
Day 02: Early in the morning start for further elephant back safari or a conducted tour through the jungle. After breakfast a dugout canoe trip on Rapti River. After this exciting exploratory activity evening will be more unforgettable moment with a traditional dance performed by Tharu a local ethnic group.
Day 03: A further pre-breakfast safari to show wilder and bird life after breakfast it will be time for return journey by road to Kathmandu .
- Trekking guide
- Trekking permit
- Nepal Visa fee
- International Air fare
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