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Nepal is Home for Outdoor activities. Known as the Zoo of Nepal, Chitwan boasts rich bio-diversity, lush green forests,  quaint surrounding.  And ethnically rich Tharu settlements.  Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour culminates into an adventurous and cultural journey into the indigenous valley in Terai region of Central Nepal. Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour takes you to the Chitwan National Park. Which is the oldest national park in the country. Moreover, the national park houses 68 different species of mammals including the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger and One-horned Rhino, 544 species of birds, and 67 species of butterflies. Outdoor Activities in Nepal.

Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour begins upon your arrival in Kathmandu. You’ll indulge in a complete sightseeing tour of the historical Kathmandu city and some of its UNESCO designated sites such as Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, and Boudhanath before driving down to Chitwan. Chitwan National Park lies almost 175 km south to the Kathmandu Valley. The oldest national park of Nepal,

Chitwan Jungle Safari established in 1973 and  granted the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.  Popular hunting ground for the Royals and hunting enthusiasts before being turned into a protected site. To get the best out of the trip, you’ll embark on an ultimate jungle safari tour inside the park. If you’re lucky you can witness Royal Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhino, and much other exotic wildlife during the tour. The tour doesn’t end here;  Crocodile breeding center and Elephant Breeding Center that  frequented by many tourists. Canoeing, jungle walking, and birding are few of the other popular activities in Chitwan.

You will also get to observe the indigenous lifestyle of the native Tharu tribe that is well-preserved by the locals. Along with relishing the local Tharu cuisine including Ghongi, Dhikri, Chichar (Anadi rice), and Pakuwa. The tour concedes at Kathmandu upon your returns from Chitwan. Ace Vision Nepal is a pioneer in all sorts of treks, hikes, and travel packages in Nepal. Our well-trained staffs can handle your every question and problems. The rate we provide are affordable and the memory we provide are quite expensive.

  • Adventurous jungle safari inside Chitwan National Park, the oldest national park in Nepal
  • Witness the indigenous lifestyle and culture of ethnic Tharu, Danuwar, Majhi, and Darai tribes.
  • Enjoy jungle safari while riding on the back of an Asiatic Elephant.
  • Enjoy the folk dance “Stick Dance” of the local Tharu tribe.

Day 1
Kathmandu Arrival | Welcome Dinner

You will enter Nepal along with the views of the Himalayas. You will land at the Tribhuwan International Airport where our representative will welcome you. Exiting the airport, you will drive all the way to your hotel. You can head out to explore the attractions in the valley or choose to rest.

Day 2
Full Day Kathmandu Sightseeing

After early breakfast, you’ll embark on the sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu city. The tour begins with the visit to Swayambhunath, a Buddhist stupa at the northwest end of the valley. Afterward, you’ll drive towards Pashupatinath, a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The tour ends with a visit to Boudanath. The largest Buddhist stupa in Nepal is located amidst the houses, shops, and alleys.

Day 3
Drive to Sauraha from Kathmandu |Evening Village Walk

After breakfast at the hotel, you’ll embark on a road journey towards the Chitwan Valley. Chitwan National Park lies 175km south to Kathmandu City. You’ll drive through the serpentine roads of Prithvi Highway until Mugling and take a detour south to reach Chitwan National Park. Formerly a hunting ground, today the park serves as a sanctuary for thousands of wildlife and vegetation. In the evening, you can choose to take a walk along the Rapti River.

Day 4
Full Day Jungle Safari /Elephant Riding/Crocodile Breed Centre Visit

Morning

The best part of the Chitwan Jungle Safari is, Elephant Riding and Jungle Safari in a private vehicle, which will take you in a wilderness. The exploration will give you the chance to face to face exotic animals, Great One-horned Rhino and Royal Bengal Tiger is at the top list. Noon In the noon, you’ll drive back to Sauraha and explore the ethnic Tharu village. Tharu tribe is one of the indigenous inhabitants residing inside the Chitwan National Park. Afterward, you’ll visit the nearby Elephant Breeding Center and Crocodile Breeding Center to witness the live birth and preservation in-person. If time permits, you can visit the touristic site of Beeshazari Tal (Twenty Thousand Lakes) or indulge in canoeing in Rapti River.

Evening

In the evening, you will enjoy a lavish local cuisine while enjoying the folk Tharu performance. You can witness ‘Stick dance’ performed by local inhabitants. You can also indulge in shopping for a local souvenir before heading back to your hotel.

Day 5
Drive back to Kathmandu

After early breakfast, you’ll take a short Birding or Bird Watching tour at Sauraha. Chitwan is home to numerous exotic and endemic birds. You may encounter bird species such as Cormorants, Blue Indian Roller, Hornbills, Grey-Headed Eagles, Ruby Cheeked Sunbird, Stork-billed Kingfishers, Bengal Florian, and Large-tailed Nightjar. Afterward, you’ll catch a commute and drive back to Kathmandu. The drive may last 5-6hr. Once at Kathmandu, you’ll be escorted back to your hotel.

Day 6
Departure

As your exciting trip in Nepal comes to end, you can feel free to shop for gifts and souvenirs. According to your departure flight, you can also explore the city. Later, a company representative will take you back to the airport for your scheduled flight to the Next destination.

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Trip Facts

  • All ground transportation as per itinerary
  • Min 2
  • 1300 m.
  • 6 Days
  • Easy
  • 12*8
  • Hotel/Lodge

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