The first national park of Nepal, Chitwan National Park, covers 932 square kilometers and is located in the subtropical Terai lowlands of southern Nepal. Established in 1973, the park sheaths an area of approximately 932 square kilometers (360 square meters). A world heritage site that is the Chitwan National Park contains multiple buffer zones to protect many species of animals in the region and nature itself.
The national park has over 30 years of experience in managing the park and preserving its inhabitants. Furthermore, the park stretches from 330 feet in the river valleys to 815 feet in the Churia Hills.
The Chitwan National Park is a natural jewel of Nepal. This, along with the beautiful village of Sauraha and all the activities it offers along with the nearby areas within the Chitwan district, makes for an excellent location for Safari for tourists and visitors from all over the world. In addition to its successful breeding program for one-horned rhinoceros, visitors on Safari often spot these magnificent creatures and other wildlife.
- Arrival & Departure Transport By private Car/Van/Bus.
- Three meals a day during the Trekking (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
- Accommodation in Tea House during the Trekking.
- Three nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu with B/B.
- Trekking Guide and a porter (Shared by two clients) with Insurance, food, and accommodations.
- Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley with a car and tour guide
- First Aid kit.
- Trekking permit (Conservation fee).
- TIMS card (Trekking information management system) is like a permit.
- All needed government tax/vat.
- International Airfare.
- Your travel insurance.
- Sightseeing entrance fees
- Nepal Visa fee (US$ 50 for 30 days and US$ 30 for 15 days you should get a visa open your arrival)
- Any kind of drinks, items of personal expenses like hot shower, battery charge, telephone, missing meal, WIFI Porters, etc.
- Tips for Guide and Porters
Although it can be customized by request to accommodate your specific needs. The above itinerary is only a guideline; it might change due to fluctuating weather conditions, availability of lodging and campsites, unforeseen political, trail, and environmental, or any other factors beyond our control. In this happen, your tour guide/leader will choose the best way to the final decision on the best alternative after consulting with the group.
At last, if the itinerary is unsuitable for you, please let us know, and we will make a tailor-made one. The itinerary will be very flexible from our side if clients want to change will be possible.
- Day 1
Arrival in Kathmandu
Upon arrival in Kathmandu, our airport representative will welcome you and give you more information about the tour. There are no planned activities for today, so check into the hotel. Relax at the hotel for the night.
- Day 2
We visit the World Heritage Sites in the Kathmandu Valley, including Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa and Pasupatinath Temple. We stay at a hotel and have breakfast each morning. We travel to Chitwan via flight.
- Day 3
Safari in National Park
Safaris in the Chitwan National Park are one of the best ways to escape the monotony of everyday life. The scenic locations, festival-like hospitality, friendly people, and cultural diversity make for a great getaway. There’s a good chance you’ll see a rhino, various types of monkeys and deer, as well as perhaps even a tiger, even if you just stay in an air-conditioned hotel facing the Jungle. And the Safari as well is worth every penny you spend.
- Day 4
A Jeep Safari is an exciting ride through the dense forest of the Jungle in an open-top jeep. It allows you to observe wildlife as well as take photographs of them. Jeep Safari is relatively safe from wild animals. The wildlife in Sauraha is used to jeeps carrying tourists and generally does not run away when the jeep is approaching, so Jeep Safaris are frequently conducted inside the Jungle without many obstacles and interference.
- Day 5
Canoe Ride in the River
If you come to Chitwan to relax, the canoe ride is a great way of doing so. A guide will explain to you what you need to know about the creatures during the trip. Of course, you do not have to paddle yourself because a boatman can join you if you wish. During the trip, you will slowly pass the shores of rivers that are filled with gorgeous crocodiles and beautiful birds.
- Day 6
The park has been considered one of the best places in Nepal for bird watching due to its habitat of 555 species of birds. The 942 hectares of National Park and its buffer zones are filled with birds chirping and flying all around, and there is when we can see them, their varieties, and make their identification. Chitwan National Park is home to a multitude of birds, including Kingfishers, Peacocks, Storks, Bulbul Birds, Eagles, and Ruddy Shelducks.
- Day 7
Getting Back to Kathmandu
After an enjoyable tour we fly back to Kathmandu. Afterwards, you decide if you want to get back to your home nation or any other place in Nepal.