Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park is synonymous with some of the most rewarding and stimulating wildlife activities in Nepal. The park is approximately 1,000 sq. km. of sub-tropical lowland jungle, five hours by road from Kathmandu or a 25 minute flight. It is home to a multitude of wild animals including the Royal Bengal tiger and the endangered one horned Rhinoceros, native to Nepal of which there are less than 1,500 surviving. There have also been more than 420 species of birds recorded inside the park.

A visit to Chitwan allows the opportunity to fully experience the contrasts of Nepal. It offers an insight into a very different natural and cultural setting compared to the more familiar visions of the Country. Chitwan fits well into a tour with a varied itinerary and can be easily combined with rafting and treks in the Annapurna region.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01:
14:30- Arrive to Resort.
15:00- Lunch.
16:30- Sight seeing tour (visit Tharu village, Elephant stable, Visitor Center and Sunset view point)
19:00- Dinner.
19:45- Culture program (Tharu stick dance)

Day 02:
5:30- Wake up call.
6:00- Bird watching, Elephant Safari, Jungle walk.
8:00- Breakfast.
9:30- Crocodile walk.
13:00- Lunch.
15:00- Jungle Walk, Visit Observation Tower
19:00- Dinner.

Day 03:
5:30- Wake up call.
6:00- Bird Watching, Jungle Walk.
8:00- Breakfast.
9:30- Departure.