Trip Duration 03 Days
Max-Altitude 1400m, Kathmandu
Group Size 1-16 Pax
Start & End Point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Trip Difficulty Easy
Best Season Mar-May & Sep-Dec
Accommodation Hotel during tour
Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the tour
Transportation Flight (KTM-Chitwan-KTM) & Car during the tour
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Trip Introduction

Overview of Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

Are you interested in a Nepal wildlife safari? Or would you rather take a look at the wild, untouched land? The best way to learn about Nepal’s animal heritage is to go on a Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour. Chitwan Jungle Safari has something for everyone who likes to go on adventures.

In Chitwan National Park, the best way to see a lot of ground is to take a Jeep. It will take you deep into the jungle. There are lakes, grasslands, mixed forests, and sal forests along the way. It is fun to drive a Jeep on an open road through Chitwan National Park’s dense forests.

You will also see a wild world with 8-meter-tall elephant grass, tall trees, and twisting vines, a prehistoric rhinoceros, an elephant, a crocodile, a python, four types of deer, a monkey, a common leopard, more than 500 different kinds of colorful birds, and more.

If you drive into the middle of the park, you have a good chance of seeing the resident species. The drive takes you along long, well-used trails where you can see a big animal. Canoes can be used to cross the Rapti River and see gharial mugger crocodiles basking on the banks and different kinds of birds making their homes in the wild.

The Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour is great for travelers of all ages and for family vacations, especially if you have kids with you. Your kids can learn about a new world and have an unforgettable experience on the Chitwan National Park Safari.

Trip Schedule

Itinerary of Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Max-altitude 415 m/1,362 ft

Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour begins from Kathmandu early in the morning. You’ll fly from TIA to Bharatpur, which is the closest airport to Chitwan National Park. When you reach Bharatpur, a hotel representative will greet you.

Following a delicious meal in the lodge’s dining area with a wonderful view, there will be a talk about the plans for the day. In the afternoon, you’ll go on an escorted jungle walk with a trained ecologist.

In the evening, you will get the opportunity to learn about the Tharu community’s unique culture. They will perform traditional Tharu dances, providing you with a unique Chitwan experience. You’ll enjoy a great dinner at the hotel while surrounded by the tranquility of the forest.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Get ready for a thrilling day in the forest with a great breakfast at the hotel.

Take a canoe journey down the Rapti River and observe various birds and aquatic species. Keep an eye out for crocodiles soaking on the riverbanks.

Embark on an exciting jungle trip in a robust 4×4 Jeep. Explore Chitwan National Park’s various landscapes in search of creatures including rhinos, deer, monkeys, and, if you’re lucky, the rare Bengal tiger.

Visit the Elephant Breeding Center to find out about their breeding effort for preserving vulnerable Asian elephants.

Take a guided nature walk in another area of the park, focusing on birding and smaller creatures and plants.

Visit an excellent spot with a great view to watch the sunset over the forest. It will make an excellent backdrop for your photographs. After that, return to the lodge for a great meal. Relax and talk about how much fun you had during the day.

Bus 6-7 hrs
Meals Breakfast, Lunch

Begin your day with a tranquil birdwatching tour before breakfast at Chitwan National Park, a birdwatcher’s heaven with a diverse range of birds to see. Binoculars and a field guide will be provided to assist you to enjoy the birds. After the excursion, return to the lodge for one more jungle breakfast.

After breakfast, say your goodbyes to the lodge staff members and the park. You will be transported back to Bharatpur Airport for your return trip to Kathmandu. Board your aircraft and remember your Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour fondly.

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What's Included?

  • Domestic flight from KTM-BDP-KTM
  • Hotel Pickup and drop off to and from Chitwan
  • 2x set Breakfast, 2x set Lunch, and 2x set Dinner
  • Jeep Arrangement for Chitwan National Park Safari
  • Experienced tour guide for 2 days
  • Staff Insurance
  • Salary, food, and accommodation of your staff during the tour
  • Permits & Conservation Fees
  • Drinking Water
  • Complimentary T-shirt

What's Excluded?

  • Any Travel Insurance.
  • Tips for drivers, porters, guides, Hotel staff, etc
  • Any Personal expenses and bottled or can drinks
  • Any additional cost due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstances
  • Porters (to carry personal belongings), Camera, and Video fees
  • All, except “cost includes” above
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Essential Information - Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

Best Season for Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

The best time to visit Chitwan is during the cooler and drier months, which provide optimal circumstances for wildlife viewing and outdoor activities. Autumn, which runs from October to November, and spring, which runs from February to April, are the two best times to visit Chitwan National Park.

Autumn is the best season for visiting Chitwan National Park. The weather is clear and the temperatures are mild throughout this season, making it a pleasant time to explore the park. The lush vegetation of the monsoon season eventually fades, increasing visibility for viewing wildlife. As a result, animals become more active, boosting the likelihood of sighting elusive species like tigers and rhinoceroses.

Spring is a wonderful season to see the treasures of Chitwan National Park. The weather is kind to guests, providing them with warm days and refreshingly chilly nights. During this time of year, the park transforms into a beautiful paradise filled with plenty of blossoming flowers. This is an especially rewarding time for birdwatchers since a large number of migratory species arrive in the area. As the park’s inhabitants prepare for the upcoming monsoon season, the clear view guarantees spectacular wildlife sightings.

Food options during the Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

Many lodges organize cultural Tharu meals with traditional Tharu dance performances, which adds a fascinating touch to your holiday experience. Tharu people live near wetlands, rivers, and flooded plains. The cuisine culture is largely defined by the lush flooded plains, jungles, and surroundings in which people live.

Fish, crabs, snails, mussels, and other aquatic creatures are vital to Tharu cuisine. They also have this practice of eating mice that live in crop fields and eat rice. Pig, wild boar, chicken, wild rabbit, pigeon meat, and other meats are also available. Taro (including roots, stalks, and leaves), yam, legumes, wild mushrooms, and other wild vegetables are consumed.

Recommended clothes during the Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

Consider the flora and fauna you’ll meet when choosing jungle trip clothing. Choose dark-colored clothing instead of white, red, or yellow, as these colors could draw insects or frighten animals. Choose hiking pants or long pants with a long-sleeved t-shirt to protect your legs and arms from scratches and insect bites. Comfortable trekking shoes or boots with sufficient traction are required to handle uneven terrain and maintain stability throughout the walk. Dressing adequately will guarantee that you have a safe and pleasurable jungle hiking experience.

Things you should bring during the Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

When going on a jungle safari, it’s essential to be well prepared to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Here are the things you should bring with you:

  • Waterproof Backpack
  • Raincoat
  • Camera and Extra Batteries
  • Hats and Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen and Insect Repellent
  • Water Bottle
  • Personal Medication
  • Personal Toiletries

Most asked questions

FAQs about Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

Private vehicles, such as jeeps, are not permitted in the main area of Chitwan National Park. Only special vehicles operated by the park and certified safari operators are permitted to visit the area to see wildlife and engage in jungle activities. This rule is in effect in order to keep tourists and wildlife safe, as well as to protect the sensitive environment.

No, you cannot enter Chitwan National Park with yesterday’s permit. The permit is only valid for the day or dates specified on it. If you miss that deadline, you must obtain a new permit for the current day in order to legally enter the park.

More and more places in Chitwan are starting to accept credit cards and ATMs. However, you might find fewer of them compared to bigger cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara.

Sure! Yes, you can bring your children to Chitwan National Park. It is suitable for people of all ages. Just remember to keep them safe during your stay and follow any park officials’ rules for a pleasant and safe holiday.

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