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Package for 3 Days and 2 Nights Jungle Safari Chitwan National Park features a wide range of jungle safari adventures. This package is an excellent opportunity to glance at the wildlife of Chitwan National Park.
Chitwan National Park is the oldest national park, having been established in 1973. It covers the districts of Chitwan, Parasi, Nawalpur, and Makwanpur in Nepal’s inner terai. Exotic species such as one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tigers, water buffalo, and wild elephants live in the park. The park’s wilderness is made up of a diverse range of animal, bird, and plant species. Aside from that, the indigenous Tharu group’s cultural presentation and hospitality are also heartwarming.
The trip initiates with a drive along winding roads from Kathmandu to Chitwan. When you arrive in Chitwan, take advantage of your free time to see the beautiful sunset over the Rapti River. The next day is spent entirely within Chitwan National Park. During the safari, there is a fascinating blend of birds and animals. The journey comes to an end on the third day with a drive back to Kathmandu.
Join Nepal Mountain Adventure for a great tour. Our itinerary can be customized depending on the circumstances and time of your arrival. Jeep safaris can be arranged as an add-on service if desired.
The journey begins with a tourist vehicle ride from Kathmandu to Chitwan, which takes about 5 hours.
Our personnel will greet you when you arrive at Sauraha Bus Stand. Thereafter, you will be brought to the Hotel, where you will be given refreshments and a briefing about the hotel and its amenities. Your room will be assigned to you when you have been given your daily programs.
At the hotel, you will be served lunch.
A village visit of an ethnic Tharu community will be held, during which you get to discover about the Tharus’ language, culture, clothes, and way of life. The Terai region is mainly dominated by the Tharu community.
In the evening, you will be taken to the Tharu Culture Dance Program which is fun to watch and participate in. It depicts native Tharu culture through an appealing stick dance done by a local Tharu group in a hall.
Wake up and get refreshed to get started with today’s trip.
Have a delightful breakfast.
After breakfast, you will be escorted to the Rapti River for a Canoe Ride. It’s a fantastic place to go bird watching as well. This trip will allow you to witness a dancing peacock, a rhino sipping water, a Gharial Crocodile, and a variety of bird species. You’ll take a jungle walk on the way back while watching elephants bathe.
Recharge yourself with a lunch.
You will go on an Elephant Safari in the forest after a canoe ride. Wild animals such as rhinos, tigers, leopards, deer, sloth bears, wild boars, monkeys, and others can be seen on the safari. You’ll also come across a variety of other mammals that have made Chitwan their habitat.
Begin your day with a delicious breakfast.
As of your final day in Chitwan, you have a few hours in the morning to shop and visit the town. After breakfast, you’ll board a tourist bus to Kathmandu, which will take you along the same route.
You can do a lot of things to do in Chitwan National Park. They are listed under the following points:
The list of the endangered animals found in the Chitwan National Park are as follows: