Chitwan District, located in the southwestern part of Province No. 3 with Bharatpur as its district headquarters, covers an area of 2,238.39 km2. Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour is the most famous tourist activity in the district, and it takes place in the Chitwan National Park - the first national park of Nepal. The park spans an area of 932 km2 and ranges from about 100 m (330 ft) in the river valleys to 815 m (2,674 ft) in the Churia Hills. With 68 species of mammal, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish recorded, the park is renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, and Gharial Crocodile. It is also home to the world's largest terrestrial mammal (wild elephant) and the world's smallest terrestrial mammal (pygmy shrew). The park boasts 544 species of birds, including 22 globally threatened species, such as the critically endangered Bengal Florican, Slender-billed Vulture, White-rumped Vulture, and Red-headed Vulture.
Chitwan National Park Safari Tour offers an Elephant Back Safari that allows you to explore the subtropical forest and spot the one-horned rhino and endangered Royal Bengal Tiger. Other activities like Jungle walk, birds watching, boating/canoeing, elephant bathing, elephant breeding, Tharu village tour, Tharu cultural show, jeep safari, sunset and sunrise view are also included in the Chitwan Jungle Safari.
The Park has a range of climatic seasons, with October through February offering an enjoyable climate, and March to June experiencing temperatures that can reach as high as 43oC. Late June until September brings the monsoon season, where rivers become flooded and roads are impassable. Between September and November and February and April, migratory birds join the residential birds, providing spectacular bird-watching opportunities. Lush vegetation appears during the monsoon, and most trees flower in late winter, with the Palash tree and silk cotton tree offering spectacular crimson flowers visible from a distance.
Chitwan National Park has a tropical monsoon climate with high humidity throughout the year and three main seasons: Summer, Monsoon, and Winter. March to early June is the traditional hot months of Summer, while Monsoon sets in towards the end of May. From then until late September, heavy rain occurs due to moisture-laden south-easterly winds sweeping up from the Bay of Bengal. Winter lasts from October to the end of February, with northerly winds cooling the area and providing the best time of the year to see the Great Himalayan Range.
2 Nights 3 Days Chitwan Jungle Safari Highlights Tour
Experience the best of Chitwan with our 2 Nights 3 Days Chitwan Jungle Safari Highlights Tour. Located in the Terai belts of Nepal, Chitwan National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site) offers a unique opportunity to explore the last remaining pristine forests that once covered the Indian sub-continent. Our tour allows you to immerse yourself in the local culture and wildlife of the region with activities such as elephant safari, canoeing, jungle walks, Tharu village visit & cultural show, bird watching with a trained naturalist, and a visit to the Elephant breeding center.
With over 700 species of wildlife and 500 species of birds, Chitwan is a nature lover's paradise. The Royal Bengal Tiger and Asian one-horned rhinoceros are the main attractions of the park, but there are also other mammals such as hog deer, leopard, sloth bear, golden fox, wild cats, rhesus monkeys, and grey langur. The park is also home to a variety of birds including the thin-billed bubbler, Gray-crowned Prinia, and swamp francolin. Don't miss the chance to observe these amazing creatures in their natural habitat during your Chitwan Highlights Tour 2 Nights.
Embark on a thrilling adventure in Chitwan National Park, an exceptional wildlife sanctuary in South Asia.
Experience the Jungle Safari in a Jeep or on the back of an elephant (optional) and get up-close with the majestic one-horned Asian rhinoceros and if fortunate, spot the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger.
Immerse in the local culture by visiting the Tharu village, witnessing their unique traditions, and enjoying a beautiful Tharu Cultural show & Tharu Stick Dance.
Relax on a scenic Canoeing Ride and visit the elephant Breeding Center to learn about the conservation efforts.
Capture the magnificent sunset over the horizon from the riverside sunset view point.
Explore the diverse fauna and flora of Chitwan National Park on a Jungle walk and Bird watching tour, guided by a trained naturalist.
|No of people||Price P.P|
|1-1 Pax||US$ 200|