On this 3-day tour from Kathmandu, visit one of Nepal's most popular tourist destinations, Chitwan National Park. The park, located in the lowland of the Inner Terai Region, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the habitat for 50 species of flora and 700 species of wild fauna. Every year it is visited by a large number of domestic and foreign tourists who want to see the natural wildlife and do jungle activities, like jeep safaris, bird watching, canoe riding, learning about Tharu culture, and more. The park has the easiest accessibility among the other national parks in Nepal.
• 3 days
Chitwan Jungle Safari tour is one of the best ways to explore the wildlife of Chitwan National Park. The home of wilderness rich ecosystem, Chitwan National Park is the home for mammals, reptiles, birds, insects and much more. The major highlight of the Chitwan National Park the endangered Asian one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tigers and more. Going Elephant back safari to explore the grasslands will offer to see the wild animals including one-horned rhinoceros, deer, sloth bears. Next, canoeing trip on Rapti river offers to see the birds and the two species of crocodiles- Marsh Mugger and the Gharial. Jungle walk through the subtropical forests takes you to those spots where you can spot wildlife easily. Tharu Village Tour is another attraction of the Chitwan Jungle Safari where you will get a chance to know about the Tharu culture, tradition and their way of the living. Tharu cultural program is another highlight of the Chitwan Jungle Safari trip.
• 3 days
Generally, we offer a package tour for Chitwan Jungle Safari, where you can have your holidays relaxable with jungle walk, elephant safari, bird watching, canoeing, elephant bathing, culture visit and traditional shows and many more activities to make much enjoyable trip for you.
• 3 days
Enjoy your best Nepal safari tour at Chitwan, 2N3D Chitwan safari tour is one of the rewarded activities for all types of people offers you many things is this 3 days. In Chitwan National Park you can do different activities like canoe ride, jeep Safari drive, jungle walk and much more. In the evening you will walk down to the Sauraha beach and enjoy the sunset.
• 3 days
It lies 156 km. south-west of Kathmandu with an area of 932 square kilometres. It was established in 1973 and was later declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. Tropical deciduous reverie forests, wooded hills and grasslands contain one-fourth of the world's endangered great one-horned rhinos as well as the Royal Bengal tiger, leopards, monkeys, and the splendid gaur bison. More than 440 species of birds are found in this ornithologist's heaven, including the giant hornbill, the rare Bengal florican and the paradise flycatcher. Chitwan literally means “heart of the jungle”. It is a truly wildlife adventure of a different kind – jungle safaris, bird watching, canoe rides, village tour and jungle walks.
• 8 hours
Central Reservation, Royal Chitwan National Park, is one of the best in Asia and holds a place of pride in the world Heritage List. This National Park preserves a unique ecosystem of significant value to the entire Nepal Subcontinent. It covers an area of 932 sq. km. This great jungle is situated in the Inner Terai Lowlands on the foot-hills of Great Himalayas. Here, even now, you can feel the spirit of the time of the great explorers of the gone-by days.This park is specially renowned for the protection of endangered one horned rhinoceros and tigers. Trip highlights jeep safari on Natonal park Elephant breading farm tour One horned rhino and Bengal tiger Canoe Ride in Rapti river Bird Watching Tharu Cultural programs Jungle walks Village tours
• 3 days
The Chitwan National Park is a wilderness of rich ecosystem where the rare species dwell in peace untroubled by the modernization of the human world. Highlights of Chitwan Wildlife Tour are jungle safari with elephant back ride, canoe trip in Rapti river along the dense sub-tropical jungle, elephant bath and the cultural dance of Tharu community in the evening. Chitwan National Park is the largest and first national park of Nepal established in 1973 and is also listed in World Heritage. It is home for more the 1500 species of animals and birds including the more than 500 of the endangered Asian One Horn Rhinos, elephants, crocodiles, pythons and deer; brilliantly colored birds, Royal Bengal Tiger, rhesus monkey, leopards etc.
• 3 days
Chitwan is best known for its culture and wildlife activities. Chitwan means "heart of the jungle", because of its dense forests and wild animals. Chitwan national park is located in central south of Nepal, just 165 km far from Kathmandu and 150 km from Pokhara, which offers you many jungle as well as cultural activities. Such as Elephant back safari, canoeing trip, jungle walk, visit to ethnic local people house, culture dance perform by local tribe people, visit to sunset point, jeep drive and so on.
• 3 days
Chitwan National Park is certainly one of the most wonderful gems in all of Nepal. This park is home to one of the largest herds of Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros as well as wild elephants and the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger. But did you ever think about how you would get there? You really should check out the Kathmandu to Chitwan Transfer. The road between Kathmandu and Chitwan is now under construction. It is full of ruts and plenty of dust. Taking tourist bus now means anywhere from 6 to 8 hours with the construction. It is a very bad ride, especially if you are bouncing in the back of the bus. Fortunately, there is a better way. Private vehicles are now available. These are new, luxury vehicles with good springs and shocks to give you a very pleasant ride. All the vehicles have a/c, so you avoid the dust. It’s convenient, enjoyable and very relaxing. Why not choose the Kathmandu to Chitwan Transfer for your Chitwan adventure?
• 4 hours