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3 days in Nepal’s oldest National Park, designated a World Heritage Site in 1984.

Departure: Kathmandu
Duration: 3 Days
Best Season: October to March (Possible all year round)

Chitwan National Park is home to rich wildlife, lush grasslands and rare species of birds and animals. Highlights of this trip include the classic elephant ride for your chance of seeing the iconic one-horned rhino, bison, wild boar, monkeys, deer and a wide array of birds (over 400 species on record), and with luck on your side even the Royal Bengal tiger, bear and leopard are a possibility. Over 400 different birds have been recorded here, including the Indian peafowl, the tuneful blackheaded oriole and the openbill stork.

BRIEF ITINERARY

Day 01: Overland to Chitwan
Day 02: Jungle safari in Chitwan National Park
Day 03: Return to Kathmandu

DETAILED ITINERARY

Day 01: Overland to Chitwan
We have a relaxed morning before our flight to the plains, so it is possible for you to do an optional one hour mountain flight which takes you along the Mighty Himalayan Range to Mt Everest and back!

We will head to the airport for our flight to Chitwan, where we’ll stay in charming jungle style in our hotel. In the afternoon we will get our first introduction to the jungle with an elephant ride or jungle walk. Tonight hotel rangers and your adventure leaders will give you a full explanation about the surrounding environment, the wildlife that calls the area home and all about tomorrow’s safari.

Day 02: Jungle safari in Chitwan National Park
Today we have a full day of jungle safari activities! Our excursions include Elephant safari, Wildlife walk, jeep safari, canoeing and bird watching. Another highlight of the trip is the canoe ride on Rapti River, which borders the northern side of the park, the banks of which are home to sun-bathing 'mugger' crocodiles and the unique long-nosed 'gharial' crocodiles.

Day 03: Return to Kathmandu
Before breakfast we will have one last elephant ride and then we bid farewell to the jungle and fly back to Kathmandu. Apon arrival we will enjoy lunch and then you are free to spend your time relaxing, shopping, more exploring, or simply watching the world go by from a terrace coffee shop!

 

 

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