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If you are a wildlife enthusiast, then Chitwan National Park is the place we should not miss to visit in Nepal. Chitwan National Park is very famous for Wildlife Safari, Bird Watching, and Tiger Tracking in Nepal. Thousands of tourist visit Chitwan National Park in a year and fall in love with nature. Established in 1973, there is a lot more to offer you during your visit to Park.
Chitwan National Park is home of One Horn Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, Sloth Bear, Leopard along with different reptiles and different species of birds. It is one of the largest playgrounds of wild animals in Nepal. Elephant Safari inside Chitwan National Park is one of the attractions of this park where tourist come from different countries every year. Beside Elephant Safari, Jeep Safari is another popular program guest can enjoy during their stay in Chitwan.
Chitwan National Park is famous for the best wildlife-viewing national parks in Asia, where you’ll have an excellent chance of spotting endangered One-horned Rhinos, Royal Bengal Tiger, Deer, Monkeys, Wild Boar and up to 544 species of birds.
There were few lodges inside Park before however its been shut down by the government so there is not any hotel inside the park to stay. Located in the Southern Central Terai of Nepal, it formerly extended over the foothills, the property covers an area of 93,200 hectares, extends over four districts: Chitwan, Nawalparasi, Parsa, and Makwanpur. Chitwan National Park was a hunting site for Royal Family of Nepal previously which is been converted to a preserved park from 1973 and listed in UNESCO heritage site in 1984.
We'll be waiting to pick you up at the Sauraha Bus Station and bring you to the Jungle Safari Lodge in Chitwan. Relax with refreshments and take in a briefing on the next few days' plans, along with a tour of the resort. After lunch, we'll board a bus and be treated to a tour of a local Tharu village, where we'll get a hands-on education in the culture and lifestyle of this ethnic group. Then it’s off to the National Park visitors' center. Explore the history of Chitwan and an overview of the many wildlife species that call it home. As afternoon fades into evening, we'll pause for a fantastically gorgeous sunset over the Rapti River. We’ll whet our appetites with a little Tharu cultural dance - both watching and participating! - and then take in dinner and prepare for a long and exciting day ahead!
We'll rise early and take breakfast before hitting the Rapti River for a canoe ride! We’ll skim along the river, hot on the lookout for two rare species of crocodile: the marsh mugger and the fish-eating Gharial. Extraordinary bird watching is a bonus! Afterwards, we'll take a steamy jungle walk and get the chance to help bathe an elephant! The elephants will be waiting for us again after lunch, when we climb aboard their broad backs for a once-in-a-lifetime safari. The extraordinary diversity of life in the Chitwan is on full display here, as we keep an eye out for spotted deer, rhinoceros, wild boar, monkey, leopard, sloth bear, and if we are very luck, the royal Bengal Tiger. Another presentation and instruction on Tharu cultural dance awaits back at the lodge, and then we'll savor a delicious dinner and enjoy a slide presentation on the park’s storied history.
We'll be up early again today! After a delicious breakfast, we'll visit the Nepali Elephant Breeding Center for one last interaction with these majestic, gentle giants before you depart back to Kathmandu.
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