Chitwan jungle safari tour
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- Everyone can combine the Chitwan jungle safari tour at the beginning or end of any trekking in Nepal.
- Natural Diversities
- Endangered animals such as One-horned rhino
- Rare birds and Butterfly
- The mesmerizing flora and fauna along with the view.
Chitwan is one of the districts in Nepal that lies in the southwestern part of the Bagmati Pardesh. The headquarters of Chitwan is Bharatpur which is also the fourth largest city in Nepal. The main highlight of Chitwan is the Chitwan national park which is one of the best places in Nepal for jungle walks and wildlife activities. Chitwan is famous for the Chitwan jungle safari tour which is one of the best attractions to do. In March, April, May, August, September, October, and November we can see many people doing these activities because of the best time of year to explore.
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Nepal is the home of many endangered animals and birds’ species. Among the total land, the 32,999km is covered by 10 National parks, 6 conservation areas, 3 wildlife reserves, and 1 hunting reserve. All these places have many adventurous possibilities which we can book through magic Himalaya Company. We are available on email as well as WhatsApp on +977-9849334818.
Jungle Safari Activities on Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National park is the home of many endangered creatures as well as the possibility of famous safari tours. Chitwan National park is the first National park to operate jungle safari tours. It is also listed on the UNESCO world heritage site. This park is located on the inner Terai lowlands of the south-central of Nepal that cover the area of 932km. It is one of the best places to see wildlife which is a popular tourist destination in Asia.
The Chitwan Jungle safari tour starts either riding at the back of an elephant on in jeep safari. The park is famous for giving shelter to many endangered species. It is also the ideal spot for doing sightseeing. Doing the Chitwan Jungle safari we will get the opportunities to know more than 43 species of mammals, 450 of birds, and more than 45 reptiles as well as amphibians. On the tour, we will also see one-horned rhino, Bengal tiger, Gharial crocodiles, deer, Langur monkeys, wild boar, and many other living creatures. Birds like Bengal Florian, Giant Hornbill, Lesser Florian, Black stork, the White stork can be capture. We will also have a chance of canoe rides along the Rapti River as well as mesmerize views on the western side.
To do Chitwan jungle safari tour magic Himalaya will provide the best way that is suitable for you. You have an option of Taking flight from Kathmandu as well as the Tourist bus. This can be combined with any trekking in Nepal. Remember us for the best safari tour in Nepal.
Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu Airport (1400 m)
Day 2:Full Day Kathmandu Valley sightseeing tour.
Day 3: Drive to Chitwan National Park.
Day 4:Jungle explore and Tharu culture show
Day 5: Bird watching activities and drive back kathmandu
Day 6: Final departure.
3 start hotel in Kathmandu
Today upon your arrival at Kathmandu airport, our representatives will pick you from Kathmandu airport and transfer you to the hotel in Thamel. We will have an office visit near Thamel and eat welcome dinner Together.
3 star hotel in thamel
After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you on private transportations and take you to different world heritage sites for a sightseeing tour. In the evening he will drop you back to your hotel where you stay the previous night.
We will leave the Kathmandu hotel and drive-by tourist bus from Kathmandu tourist bus. We will have a breakfast stop on the way and reach Chitwan hotel for lunch and do some activities after lunch.
Today we will do different activities inside the park. we will take you to the elephant breeding center for riding and to see the baby elephant. we will also do many activities including jeep safari. in the evening we will have an opportunity to see a culture show present by Tharu people.
after wake up, we will visit the park to see birds. We will able to see many birds and also hear them. After that, we will have breakfast before leaving back to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu we will have a farewell dinner together.
Today is the last day of the Nepal visit so, Our representatives will drop you to Kathmandu international airport where you will fly back home.
- All necessary pick up and drop from airport to hotels and hotels to airport
- Three-star category hotel in Kathmandu on BB plan.
- Kathmandu valley tour including guide and transportation.
- Highly experienced, helpful and friendly guide during the tour with all his food, insurance
- Hotel in Chitwan with a full board plan
- All jungle activities
- All government tax
- All Necessary ground trasnporattion
- All National park entry fees
What's not included?
- Nepal entry visa fee
- All tips and donations
- Hard drinks and cold drinks
- Food and drinks in Kathmandu stay
- All necessary entrance fee during kathmandu sightseeing
Private trips are available on any date of your choice at any time of the year. Let us know about your preferred travel dates and we shall organize it as per your convenience. Get in touch with us via bellow contact us form.
Packing list need for Chitwan tour
Chitwan has a tropical climate. Chitwan is hot and humid all year round. We have many activities inside the park to do which need different things so we need a proper packing list. Below are some of the items that are useful for a jungle adventure in the Chitwan tour.
- Camera with extra Batteries or photoshoots.
- Sun and rain hat
- Sun cream
- Proper shoes for hiking
- Proper clothes
- Mosquitoes spray
- Malaria pills
- Anti-itch cream for insects bite
- Water bottle
Things to do in Chitwan
There are lots of things to do in Chitwan but the most of things center around wildlife. Here are some of the most popular activities which can be arranged through travel agents and hotels.
Canoe ride on the Rapti and Narayani River is one of the relaxing things to do in Chitwan. During the canoeing, we can have a good chance of encountering crocodiles and birds found along the river. It is also the way to cross the river to start your jungle in the park afterward.
Jungle walk is the best way to get closer to the wild animals in the park. We will be accompanied by an experienced guide. What you can see and how much you can see all depends on your luck. Most of the people see Monkeys rhinos, Birds, and other animals. Here mostly travelers have a safe and enjoyable experience on the walk but some time here is a small risk of being chased by a rhino or some others. To stay safe in the jungle there are some rules which are important to follow. The guide will brief you about these rules before you will start the walk. The rules are to keep quiet that will avoid unwanted attention from beasts, follow the guide closely, and listen to your guide advice.
Jeep safari is an exciting touring option to explore the jungle and see wildlife up close. It's usually 3 to 4 hours of the trip. There will be up to 7 people for a tour and you will go deep to the jungle. There is also a chance of getting off from jeep to rest, food, or drinks.
Chitwan national park is also an ideal place of seeing birds, with some 600 different bird species, both resident and migratory. We can see two-thirds of globally threatened bird species. It is also the home of the endangered species such as Bengal Florican, Lesser Adjutant, Swamp Francolin, and grass warblers. If you are interested in birds then there we can take birding tours guided by a naturist who will tell you how to recognize different birds, their whistle, and alarm calls.
Besides amazing wildlife, Chitwan is famous for Tharu People. These people are the group who mainly lies in the Terai region of Nepal and are noted for their mud-walled houses. The people still live their traditional way of life, growing rice, corn, lentil, and hunting wild deer, rabbit, fish, etc. This is the best way to get taste of Tharu culture. We can visit the village by walk or on cycle.
Flora and Fauna in Chitwan
Chitwan national park has a mix of tropical and subtropical jungles all together. It has 600 different species of vegetables which is about 70 % covered by sal trees and 20 % grasslands. Here are more than 50 different types of grasses including the elephant grass that grows up to 8 m in height. The rest 10 % of the park is covered with different other vegetation. The park is the home of 50 different species of mammals. Here are also 525 types of birds, 150 types of the butterfly as well as 55 different types of amphibians and reptiles. It is also the home of 126 types of fish. The endangered animals also make this park home. Inside the park, there are animals like One-horned rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, wild Elephant, Leopard, Deer, Wild beer, Wild boar. Four-horned Antelope, Monkeys, Pangolin. Here is also the golden monitor lizard marsh mugger, Gharial, 2 types of crocodile, pythons, and many more.
Many kinds of endemic and exotic birds migrate from another place. Birds like a peacock, giant Hornbill, Bengal Florican, Lesser Florican, King Fisher, Black stork, White stork, and Jungle fowl, Cormorants, Eagles, Vultures, and Tailor Bird. People also found a white cap river cat and parrots over here.
Best Time to Visit
We can found different ranges of climatic seasons each offering a unique experience. In autumn the average temperature is 25 degree Celsius. From March to June the temperature can reach as high as 43 degree Celsius. The hot humid days give way to the monsoon season that last from June until September. During this Time River are over flooded and road are slippery to walk. In January the local villagers are allowed to cut thatch grass to meet their needs. Cutting grass allow better view of wildlife for visitors. During the months of September, November February and April the birds came to join the residential birds that create spectacular bird watching chances.
Answer: The approximate distance between Pokhara and Chitwan is 147 KM and can be reached in a 5to 6 hours. Most of the people do Chitwan tour after they finished the trek. Those people who do Ghorepani poon hill trek and Annapurna base camp trek drive from Pokhara to Chitwan to relax the wildlife adventure whereas people who do Everest trek fly from Kathmandu to enjoy this adventure or also drive
Answer: Yes there will be child discount offer. The child below four years are freely allowed to enter where as children less than 10 years have to pay 70% of the adult price whereas the children more than 10 needs to pay full amount of price. You need to have proper documents of the children before paying.
Answer: We Can get Chitwan in three ways:
1. By road: we can drive by bus from Pokhara and Kathmandu around 4 to 5 hours. People also can reach from Sunali border on 5 hours drive.
2. By flight: We can do 20 minutes scenic flight from Kathmandu and 3o minutes drive to park.
3. By road and raft: We can visit by rafting and driving too. we can do Trishuli rafting along the way.
Answer: During the Chitwan National park tour people usually stay in the town of Sauraha outside the park as there are no longer Lodges inside. There are different levels of accommodation for you to choose from. We have accommodation of staying Tharu homestays and riverfronts to luxury jungle lodges. Most of these hotels will arrange the walks, safari. During peak season it’s important to book ahead.
Answer: Most of the tour packages from Magic Himalaya treks include foods so; travelers have to eat in hotel restaurants. The foods in hotels are good and safe. There are many restaurants outside of the hotel which are safe and tasty. Like Kathmandu and Pokhara there are not so many restaurants with lots of options but can found Nepalese as well as continental foods.