Chitwan National Park

The Royal Chitwan National Park stands out as one of the richest and most scenic wildlife reserves in Asia Lying in the sub-tropical lowlands 165 kms. South-west of Kathmandu an area of 932 sq. About 56 different species of animals and more than 400 species of birds have been identified here. Today, The National Chitwan Park is one of the few areas having the great Royal Bangal Tiger, one horned Rhino and rare fish eating Gharial crocodile. All once endangered species in abundance. A visit to Chitwan is not only a wildlife experience, but also a cultural too. The Tharus who are the main farming community, living in the periphery of the park is a unique ethnic group of people with very interesting traditions and culture. This National park is listed on UNESCO world Heritage site.

Day 1
07.00 Departure for Chitwan (by tourist coach)
08.30 Breakfast (Yourself on the way)
12.00 Arrive in the Tadi Bazaar and received by our representative to transfer to the hotel and welcome drinks on arrival.
14.00 Lunch
16.00 Visit to Tharu village.
19.00 Tharu dance.
20.00 Dinner.
Day 2
06.00 Tea or coffee is served before your activities begin.
07.00 Canoeing.
08.00 Breakfast.
08.30 Elephant back Safari.
13.00 After lunch jungle walk with guide.
16.00 Sun set
19.00 Dinner
Day 03
06.00 Tea or Coffee
07.00 Bird watching
09.00 Breakfast.
09.30 Departure for Kathmandu or Pokhara (by tourist coach).

The price Includes:-
Meals, Accommodations, Park permit, Guide fees, Bus fare to/from Kathmandu or Pokhara and jeep transfer to/from Park and to the bus park, all jungle activities (as stated above in the program details).

Price Excludes:-
Soft drinks, alcoholic drinks or Mineral water. Extra order of food snacks must be paid for in the hotel as per the menu price and tips for staffs.
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