The Royal Chitwan National Park
CHITWAN EXCURSION (NEPAL)
DAY 01: KATHMANDU - CHITWAN
Our services begin here –After breakfast drive to Chitwan. It will be approximate 05-06 hrs drive. Upon arrival the naturalist will host reception, refreshments, briefing about the programs and the resort facilities.
The Royal Chitwan National Park is the lush valley of Chitwan situated in the foothills of Churia ranges which houses the first National Park of the Kingdom. This National Park is famous for its variety of wildlife especially the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros and the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger.
Nature walk or jungle walks: Jungle Walks allows one to explore several different wildlife habitat areas, from the flood-plain grassland to the dense Sal forests. There, one gets an opportunity to encounter a variety of animals including the endangered ones. Since walking through the forest disturbs the animals less, you’ll have a better chance for discovering wildlife. One can also learn useful information about different kinds of plants and herbs in the National park.
Dugout canoe ride: Floating down Rapti River on a dugout canoe is the best way to discover the habitat of crocodiles in the river (from a safe distance). It is also a relaxing and a better way to watch the different kind of birds and wildlife species drink water on the bank of the serene river.
In the evening – Enjoy Tharu culture show. Stay overnight at Resort. (Meals – Breakfast & Dinner)
DAY 02: CHITWAN - KATHMANDU
Jeep Safari – We start the morning by doing a jeep safari through the National Park and observe the various wildlife species that inhabit the area, especially the endangered rhinoceros.
Bird watching: – The Chitwan National Park is the realm of more than 450 species of birds. In other words, some people have commented the park as a heaven of the bird world. Take a guided tour through the forest to hear the colourful birds’ early morning chirps and watch them fly.
After the tour – Check out from your Resort and drive back to Kathmandu.
Our services end at Kathmandu.