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The Chitwan Jungle Safari let you explore, Chitwan National Park was established in 1973 A.D. It is the oldest and first national park in Nepal. This park is also a part of the UNESCO World Heritage site in Nepal.
In this area, you can have many village tours, view Tharu culture, and take an elephant safari/ jeep safari as per your request in a short span of time.
Chitwan National Park has a lot of rare animals and birds. Some of them include one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tigers, sloth bears, rhesus monkeys, gray langurs, deer, leopards and wild cats and many more. But, the best features of this park are 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros and some hundred nocturnal Royal Bengal tigers that live in the park.
During Chitwan Jungle Safari, you can either opt for an elephant safari or 4-5 hours jeep safari tour. We can also do a thrilling walking safaris in the national parks.
You can also opt to have a canoe ride on the Rapti river or activities like Elephant Bathing, and enjoy the culture of Tharu’s, the natives of Chitwan.
Trip Highlights for Chitwan Jungle Safari
Day 1: Departure from Kathmandu/Pokhara to Chitwan.
After breakfast, we will be driving from Kathmandu to Chitwan. In Chitwan, we will be dropped off by a private vehicle from the bus stop in Chitwan to the Resort.
We will have lunch at the resort. Then, we will have a sightseeing tour. We will visit Tharu villages, elephant stables, visitor center and sunset view point. We will also do an elephant back safari.
After the safari, we will have dinner and a Tharu cultural program.
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Day 2: Drive from Chitwan to Kathmandu or Pokhara
Today, we will leave Chitwan to Kathmandu or Pokhara.
Note: The itinerary available here is changeable. If you are not satisfied with the itinerary, we can customize trips according to your wishes.
The Chitwan National Park is located on the Southern Central Terai of Nepal.
Chitwan National Park is approx 60 miles (96 kilometers) away from Kathmandu and approx 149.7 km from Pokhara.
Yes, Chitwan National Park is safe to visit. Most of Nepal’s crime rate comes from corruption and bribery not gang fights or crimes.
Yes, the food and water in Chitwan is relatively safe. If you were to take food and water from resorts, restaurants, or use mineral water they are safe.
It is best if you do not take food from unspecified sources. However, we guarantee that most of the choices for food and restaurants in our selection provide a clean and hygienic food, water and environment.
The best time to visit Chitwan National Park is October to early March.
While, we can arrange to travel to Chitwan from car/bus you can also visit Chitwan from helicopter or plane.
All the necessary permits will be paid by our agency.
While we do best for your safety, travel insurance may help in unexpected emergencies.
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