Chitwan National Park is a very special place, spread over 360 square miles in subtropical lowlands and hosting many forests, river valleys and hills. With so much wildlife, including the endangered Bengal tiger and the one-horned rhino, the park offers plenty of excitement for wildlife lovers and adventure-seekers.
Day 1: Driving to Chitwan National Park. Village tour after lunch.
We will be leaving Kathmandu early in the morning with the aim to reach Chitwan just in time for lunch. We will head south to Chitwan National Park. After lunch, you will be on a cart pulled by oxen, and they will take you to visit the ethnic Tharu people, living inside the national park. The Tharu people are very friendly and the often perform cultural shows for tourists. We will stay in a jungle resort inside the national park.
Day 2: Activities at the Chitwan National Park.
There are so many fun activities to enjoy at the Chitwan National Park, that one day is just not enough to experience them all. Elephant safari, jeep safari, wildlife watching, canoeing – the options are endless. Chitwan National Park is home to so many rare and exotic animals, like the mugger crocodile, Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, sloth bear, one-horned rhino, four-horned antelope.
Day 3: Driving back to Kathmandu. Goodbye dinner.
We will return back to Kathmandu in five or six hours by bus. We will host a goodbye dinner in the evening to end your great Nepali break.
- Pick up from and drop you to the airport or hotel in our company vehicle.
- Stay at a three-star hotel in Kathmandu and a three-star resort in Chitwan on a twin-sharing basis. Breakfast is provided in Kathmandu while all meals are provided in Chitwan.
- Local government-licensed guides.
- Bus fares for all rides in the itinerary.
- A duffel bag, a sun hat and a t-shirt as a souvenir from us.
- A traditional Nepali feast with cultural shows and a goodbye dinner.
- All tourist fees, government charges and other official expenses throughout the trip.
Does not include:
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu. All meals throughout the trip.
- Additional accommodation before, during or after the set itinerary.
- Charges at airports or other areas for excess luggage.
- Alcohol, hot or cold drinks, bottled water, and other snacks.
- Phone calls, internet, laundry, additional porters, and other personal expenses.
- Travel insurance. (*It is compulsory and covers emergency rescue and evacuation.)
- International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
- Visa fees for entering Nepal.
- Trekking equipment.
- Other expenses not mentioned on the “Includes” list.