2 Nights 3 days Chitwan Tour package is much suitable jungle safari package to explore major wildlife in Chitwan National Park. our regular program in 2 nights 3 days are tour to ethnic Tharu village, cultural program, Canoe ride in Rapti River, Jungle walk, Elephant Safari, Elephant bath, bird watching and visit elephant breeding centre. Additional service of Jeep safari also can arrange as per interest. You can land at Chitwan either from Kathmandu, Pokhara or from Lumbini. Fight facility is only available from and to Kathmandu.
Following itinerary of Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour Package is the general and regular one. It can be changed as per the situation and time of your arrival. A detailed briefing will fix the program once you arrive at the hotel. You also can add Jeep safari tour in the itinerary.
Day 01:- Representative from hotel/ Resort will pickup you from the station and transfer to the Hotel. Check-in your room and refresh.
5:00:- Tharu village tour where you will learn more about one of the ethnic Tharu peoples, their cultures and lifestyle. Another visit to the National Park visitor’s centre, which is the information centre of National Park and its wildlife. Explore sunset view from the bank of the Rapti River.
9:00:- involved in ethnic Tharu cultural dance or slide show presentation on every information about Chitwan National Park.
20:00:- Dinner and Overnight
7:00:- Canoe ride tour over Rapti River. It is an opportunity for bird watching and seeing rare species of Crocodiles (The March Mugger and Fish-eating Gharial). On the way back is by Jungle walking. You also can enjoy the elephant bathing.
15:00:- Start Elephant back Safari which is an excellent opportunity to see different kinds of wildlife. Deers, Rhinoceros, Wild boar, monkeys, leopard, bear, Royal Bengal Tiger and many more.
19:00:- Tharu cultural dance of slide show presentation.
20:00:- Dinner and overnight
07:00:- Visit Elephant breeding centre
We can follow a special itinerary as per demand in big group size or private tour package. The cost of the package is depending on the category of accommodation. There are simple, standard, deluxe till super deluxe accommodation facilities. Let us tell your budget category, Nepal Highland Treks manage best suitable as per your interest.
Private car, regular flight or Tourist bus is available from Kathmandu. If you travel by flight, our representative from Chitwan National park will pick up you from Bharatpur airport. It is about 22 minutes of flight. Last stop of a tourist bus in Saurahawa. From the tourist bus station, our representative will pick you up and transfer to the Hotel. Travelling by private car will reach directly to the hotel/ Resort.
Best season to visit Chitwan National Park is in autumn or in spring. Raining season in Nepal June, July and August months are not much interesting to visit Chitawan National park. Similarly, cold season December to February is also not much good time to explore.
Accommodation in your choice
There is non-star accommodation till 5-star accommodation in Chitwan. 2 nights 3 days package is including 2 nights’ accommodation and all the foods as well as jungle activities with the group. Saurahawa is a hub of hotels, accept this place Meghauli and Kasara region of Chitwan National park is a new destination to stay and involve in Jungle activities. Meghauli is less crowded comparing Sauraha.
Special of Chitwan National Park
A total of 68 species of mammals, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. The park is especially renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile. The park harbours not only the world’s largest terrestrial mammal (wild elephant) but also the world’s smallest terrestrial mammal (pygmy shrew). A total of 544 species of birds has been recorded so far including 22 globally threatened species including critically endangered Bengal Florican, Slender-billed Vulture, White-rumped Vulture and Red-headed Vulture.
The Chitwan valley is characterized by tropical and subtropical forests. Roughly 70 per cent of park vegetative cover is Sal (Shorea robusta) forest, a moist deciduous vegetation type of the terai region. The remaining vegetation types include grassland, riverine forest and Sal with Chir pine Pinus roxburghii. The latter occurs at the top of the Churia range. The riverine forests consist of Khair (Acacia catechu), Sissoo (Dalbergia sissoo) and Simal (Bombax ceiba). The grasslands are mainly located in the floodplains of the rivers and form a diverse and complex community with over 50 different types of grasses including the elephant grass (Saccharum spp.), renowned for its immense height. It can grow up to 8 meters in height.
Data and brief from the office of Chitwan National Park