Royal Chitwan National Park Safari

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  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Duration: 3 Days
  • Trip Grade: Moderate
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Especially Chitwan National Park is undoubtedly one of the outstanding wild life sanctuaries in the world as well as Koshi Tappu, Bardia National Park, Parsa wildlife reserve Dhorpatan hunting reserve. Visitors will have the good experience of one of the best Jungle Safari operations in of the world.

Royal Chitwan National Park is located 160 Km Southwest of Kathmandu, 140 Km Southeast of Pokhara. The national park is large area of low, heavily forested hills bordering India in the south, a heaven of wildlife including one horned rhino, leopard, varieties of deer, wild boar and around 400 species of birds. The park, formerly a royal hunting reserve covers nearly 400 square miles of dense forest and is home to nearly 60 Bengal Tigers.

The area has two distinct seasons - the wet monsoon season (June through September) and the dry winter monsoons. The best time to visit the park is March through May. The Elephant grass at this time of the year grows up to 20 feet, which is too short to provide cover to rhinos, which prefer this reverie environment. The nearest airport is Meghauly and regular flights from Kathmandu are possible by the different domestic airlines.

Without visiting one of the various wildlife sanctuaries, no trip to Nepal is complete. Nepalese jungles in the Tarai region especially filled with wildlife. Different types of jungle (National Park) of Nepal are preserving a unique ecosystem significantly valuable to the whole world. Formerly park history was started from Chitwan as a hunting reserve for the Nepalese royalty nobility. But now days, national park (jungle) in Nepal has been changed as an attraction of visitors for wildlife safari. Among the their inhabitants are the one-horned rhino, the Royal Bengal tiger, the Gharial crocodile and the colorful peacock. Animal lovers, birds watches and sightseers can go there.

Especially the Chitwan National Park is undoubtedly one of the outstanding wild life sanctuaries in the world as well as Koshi Tappu, Bardia National Park, Parsa wildlife reserve Dhorpatan hunting reserve. Visitors will have the good experience of one of the best Jungle Safari operations in of the world.

Royal Chitwan National Park is located 166 Kms Southwest of Kathmandu, 204 Kms Southeast of Pokhara. The national park is large area of low, heavily forested hills bordering India in the south, a heaven of wildlife including one horned rhino, leopard, varieties of deer, wild boar and around 400 species of birds. The park, formerly a royal hunting reserve covers nearly 400 square miles of dense forest and is home to nearly 60 Bengal Tigers.

The area has two distinct seasons - the wet monsoon season (June through September) and the dry winter monsoons. The best time to visit the park is March through May. The Elephant grass at this time of the year grows up to 20 feet, which is too short to provide cover to rhinos, which prefer this reverie environment. The nearest airport is Meghauly and Royal Nepal, Everest Air and Necon Air has regular flights from Kathmandu.

Day to day itinerary:

  • Day 1:Drive to Chitwan:
  • Day 2:Full day activities in Chitwan:
  • Day 3:Bird watching after breakfast and then depart to Kathmandu or Pokhara

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1Drive to Chitwan:
  • Day 2Full day activities in Chitwan:
  • Day 3Bird watching after breakfast and then depart to Kathmandu or Pokhara
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