Chitwan Safari Package Tours

Trip Details

  • Trip CostContact Us
  • Trip Difficulty Easy
  • Accomodation Lodge to lodge
  • Transportation Private Vehicle/Tourist Bus
  • Trip Style Tour
  • Destination Nepal
  • Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Max. Altitude: 900m
  • Group size: 2-16
  • Best Season: October till may
  • Start/End: Kathmandu to Kathmandu
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The Royal Chitwan National Park today stands as a successful testimony of nature conservation in South Asia. This is the first national park of Nepal established in 1973 to preserve a unique ecosystem significantly valuable to the whole world. The park covering a pristine area of 932 sq. km is situated in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of southern central part of Nepal. The park has gained much wider recognition in the world when UNESCO included this area on the list of World Heritage Site in 1984.
The Chitwan valley is characterized by tropical to subtropical forest. 70% of park vegetation is predominantly Sal, Forest a moist deciduous climax vegetation type of the Terai region.  There are more than 43 species of mammals in the park. The park is renowned for the protection of the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, tiger, gharial crocodile along with many other common species of wild animals, such as gaur, wild elephant, four horned antelope, striped hyena, pangolin, gangetic dolphin, monitor lizard, python,  samber, chital, hog deer, barking deer, sloth bear, common leopard, rattle, palm civet, wild dog, langur, rhesus monkey and over 450 species of birds in the park.

Seasons:
 The park is under the tropical monsoon climate with relatively high humidity. The winter, spring and monsoon are the three main seasons. The cool winter season occurs from October to February. The spring begins in March and is soon followed by summer that ends in early June. The summer days are typically hot with 30 C on average day temperature. The monsoon usually begins at the end of June and continues until September. The mean annual rainfall is about 2150 mm and during this time of the year rivers are flooded and most of the roads are virtually closed.


How to Get There:
The park is accessible by car or bus on the Kathmandu-Mugling-Narayanghat Highway and or through Mahendra Rajmarg Highway from Hetauda. It is about 6 hour's drive from Kathmandu to Narayanghat. Local buses are available to Tadi Bazar which is about an hour drive from Narayanghat. A 6 km walk or bullockcart ride brings the visitors to Sauraha, the park entrance. Also air services from Kathmandu to Meghauli and Bharatpur

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 011 night 2 days Kathmandu – Chitwan. Fly /drive to Chitwan from Kathmandu. On Your arrival at Chitrasari, Tadi or Bharatpur Airport our staff will receive you and then transferred to safari Lodge, offered refreshment drink & short briefing about day programmed while you are in Chitwan and Lunch will be serve. After lunch wildlife activities Elephant Safari, An excellent opportunity to see four different kinds of deer, rhinoceros, wild boar, monkey, leopard, sloth bear and the Royal Bengal Tiger (If you are lucky). You will also encounter many other smaller mammals that have made Chitwan their home. Evening Tharu cultural dance show by local villagers (which you can also participate in) under the package, Dinner and over in safari lodge.
  • Day 02Chitwan- Kathmandu. Wakeup call and Breakfast. After Breakfast departure for onward journey to Kathmadu / Pokhara by Tourist Coach or Private transport as book for.

Cost Includes:

  • Transport from /to Kathmandu by Tourist Coach/private. The above mention Chitwan package   tours are on full Board and Wildlife Activities as per given tour itineraries including naturalist Guide, National park entrance permit frees and Government Tax etc.

Cost Excludes:

  • Your Entry Visa to Nepal, travel insurance (most important) single supplement. Items of personal nature and equipment alcohol drinks. Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara if you need it, laundry and tips. Expenses incurred as a result illness of or any other unforeseen events and Emergency evacuation fees. Loss incurred by re-routing, inclement weather, floods, famine, political disruptions, strike, riots and other disturbances out of our control.