Chitwan National Park is the popular place to come to experience a different side of Nepal, apart from the hiking and the intrigue of Kathmandu. This is the place for wildlife viewing and a safari-type atmosphere. At an altitude of only 100 meters in some areas, much lower than Kathmandu at 1400 meters, this area has a tropical monsoon climate, usually quite different than what most people expect to find in Nepal. Visitors come here primarily to see wildlife. Tours from the lodges take visitors out into the park, either on foot, or more often, on elephants for close-up views of the animals. The park is home to rhinos, Bengal tigers, leopards, sloth bears, gaur (buffalo) deer, and many other critters. Freshwater dolphins (Gangetic) and crocodiles inhabit the rivers and streams but are rarely seen. More than 500 species of birds make Chitwan a paradise for ornithologists.
Chitwan situated in the southwest of Kathmandu, close to the Indian frontier and is included in the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage sites. The best time to visit Chitwan is from October to February. Average temperatures hover about 25°C (77°F), with high humidity, although the mornings can be quite cool. June to September is the monsoon season, with frequent and heavy rain.
We provide you different programs/ packages as per your wiliness interest, demand and suitable time:
The given program is a full board package program for Chitwan National Park remarkable qualities and service. As per your wellness, interest, and demand, we will make and provide you the difference package programmes. To gain the exciting, unforgettable natural and wildlife experience, please join us for this various programmed as your choice and available time.
You can travel through open grassland and dense forest on elephant back in search of rare wildlife. Your Elephant ride or known as Jungle Safari experiences one-horned rhino, various species of deer, wild boar, sloth bear, leopard, bison and the big one, the Royal Bengal tiger etc. Elephant safari through the jungle provides more game spotting opportunities than might be expected otherwise as it goes deeper into the jungle.
Jungle walk is another way to experience the wilderness. You can enjoy a nature walk in the jungle in safety accompanied by our well-trained naturalist who will interrupt the hidden secrets of the land as you walk through ancient groves or perch in a strategically located watch tower (Machan). Our trained naturalist will take you across the flowing water of the Rapti River and the prime areas of the park to view nature’s gifts like wild species of animal and birds blended with the surrounding flora and fauna. Early morning and late afternoon walk is the best to avoid midday heat. Spot the view of deer, rhino, sloth bears and other wildlife.
You can have the unique experience of driving the jeep into the jungle. You can go into the jungle and park to view birds and animals. A thrilling tour in a four-wheel drive into the heart of the park will enable you to view some of the rarest species of animals, birds etc, usually deep beyond the beaten track. We will take you across the river into the jungle in four wheels drive vehicles and have more frequent sightings of the parks unique animals.
A typical hand-made dugout canoe will take you a ride on the great Rapti River where you can see gharials and crocodiles basking in the sun and enjoy watching many colorful birds on the way.
Village visit will be accompanied by an expert naturalist who knows the area well. You will gain insight the indigenous Tharus, the ancient native people of the Chitwan jungle. Also, experience the local routes and typical lifestyles of villagers. This gives visitors an opportunity to intermingle with locals.
A cultural program performed by the Tharus is another way to enjoy and make meaningful contrast of visit. Get entertain with stick dances and folk songs. The drumbeat and the agile breathtaking stick dance performed by the Tharus people. Their rhythmic movements and the exciting drumbeat may urge you to join them in their performances.
The park is well known as a paradise for the birds. Bird lovers will have a wonderful opportunity to see many species of birds here. There are more than 500 species of birds in the Park that can be seen in many exciting location rivers, grassland, and the forests. Species like the Giant Hornbill, Lesser Frolic and the paradise Flycatcher will also attract your attention when traveling along the banks of the Rapti River.
It is a unique experience to take a bath with an elephant in the Rapti River. You might even find yourself taking a surprise shower from an elephant’s trunk while you are riding on its back.it takes you heavily joy during the summer season.