Chitwan National Park is one of the premier draw cards in Nepal and Himalayas , and there was little damage to areas visited by tourists in the 2015 earthquake but now 2017 everything’s same conditions . The World Heritage–listed reserve protects over 932 sq km of forests, marshland and rippling grassland, and is home to sizeable wildlife populations. It’s little wonder this place is so popular.
Meaning ‘Heart of the Jungle’, Chitwan is famous as one of the best wildlife-viewing national parks in Asia, and you’ll have an excellent chance of spotting one-horned rhinos, deer, monkeys and up to 544 species of birds. If you’re extremely lucky, you’ll see leopards, wild elephants and sloth bears – though it’s the once-in-a-lifetime chance to spot a majestic royal Bengal tiger that attracts people in their droves.
Sadly, Chitwan lost many animals during the decade-long Maoist insurgency, when the army were preoccupied with the conflict and unable to provide adequate protection from poachers. However, the good news is that recent census figures show rhino numbers are substantially recovering (503 individuals in 2011) and tiger numbers are steadily increasing (around 120 adults in 2013).
The best option for experiencing Chitwan National Park is to stay in one of the luxury lodges located on the edge of the park away from the crowds at Sauraha. The government stopped the luxury lodges from operating inside the park in 2012. Most of these lodges have developed alternative lodges just outside the national park boundaries. Though this experience doesn’t come cheaply, the sense of adventure, less crowding and access to more remote parts of the park make it very worthwhile.
That said, most budget travellers opt for the more affordable lodging in Sauraha, a tourist village on the northern bank of the Rapti River, a border of the park. Sauraha has a lively backpacker scene, and while many enjoy its social nature – it’s a great place to have a beer watching the sunset over the river – others are let down by its insensitive and overly commercial development.
Two whole days in the park is really the minimum for wildlife spotting. The nature of dense jungle, tall grass and the nocturnal hours kept by many animals are all factors that make spotting animals far from guaranteed. A good approach is to treat wildlife viewing as one would the pastime of fishing: some days you’ll get plenty of bites, others not a nibble. Irrespective, it’s all about the thrill of the chase and being out and about in tiger and rhino country. Be aware that the popular four-day, three-night packages out of Kathmandu and Pokhara include a day of travel at either end
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2 nights 3 days Chitwan package tour
2 NIGHTS 3 DAYS PACKAGE TOUR ITINERARY
Day01 :On Your arrival at Sauraha Bus park, Tadi or Bharatpur Airport our staff will receive you. You will then be transferred to our Resort where you will be offered refreshment & be given a briefing & its facilities. After being given your programmes for the day, your room will then be allocated to you.
Village tour to a nearby ethnic Tharu village where you will learn more about the life and lifestyle of the Tharus. Visit to the National Park Visitor’s centre where you can learn more about the history of the National Park and about wildlife & Sun set view from the bank of Rapti River.
Tharu cultural dance presentation (which you will also participate in) by the local villagers.
Day 02 06:00 :Wake up call.
Canoe ride along the Rapti River. An excellent opportunity for Bird Watching and for seeing the 2 rare species of crocodiles; the Marsh Mugger and the fish eating Gharial. + Jungle Walk + on the way back one can enjoy the elephant bathing.
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.
Thru cultural dance presentation or Slideshow presentation.
Day 03 :06:00 :Wake up call
Visit to the Government Elephant Breeding Centre.
Departure for onward journey.
Chitwan Safari – 1 Night 2 Days ( Nepal Guide Info organized 2017 )
Chitwan Safari – 1 Night 2 Days After arrival and checking in lunch will be served, after which you will get a chance to visit a Tharu village and the Park’s visitors’ centre. After enjoying the sun set on the river there will be dinner and a cultural programme. The next morning after breakfast you will be taken on an elephant safari which ends the holiday back to kathmandu or Pokhara as you like We will organized tourist bus or van or car
Chitwan Safari 3 Nights 4 Days (nepal guide info team organized 2017 )
Chitwan Safari 3 Nights 4 Days After arrival and checking in lunch will be served, after which you will get a chance to visit a Tharu village and the Park’s visitors’ centre. After enjoying the sun set on the river there will be dinner and a cultural programme. The next morning will be spent in a dugout canoe followed by a jungle walk or a visit to the elephant breeding centre. After lunch an elephant safari and other evening entertainment follow. On the third day there is ample time during the day to relax. After lunch you can go for a jeep drive or bicycle ride to one of the many attractions around the Park. Repeating activities is possible on this day. On the last day, after a late breakfast it will be time to leave back to kathmandu or pokhara nepal guide info organized any kinds transport as your facilities
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