Chitwan

Chitwan is located in middle terai region of Nepal which is very popular for jungle safari & wild life watching.

Chitwan is Heart of the Jungle. It is the home land of Tharu people, who are renowned for their art and drawing. Their houses are decorated by religious drawings denoting different phases of history, culture and environment along that time. Since their homes in the forest were decorated with their drawings, locally called chitra the land was called Chitra Ban, later transliterated to Chitwan. Many people travel here to visit Chitwan National Park which was established in 1973. It was later granted the status of a World Heritage Site in 1984.

Activities you can do during your stay in Chitwan:

2 Night - 3 Days Wildlife Safari Tour

Chitwan wildlife safari tour will take you to one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal i.e. Chitwan National Park. This park is listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is located in the lowland of Terai Region. It is the habitat for 50 species of flora and 700 species of wild fauna. Each year a large number of domestic and foreign tourists who want to see the natural wildlife and do jungle activities, like jeep safaris, bird watching, canoe riding, learning about Tharu culture, and more visit this park. Among all national park in Nepal this one has the easiet accessibility among the other national parks.   

3 Nights - 4 Days Chitwan Tour

This tour will take you to two of the most amazing place of Nepal i.e. Chitwan and Lumbini. In this 4 day tour you will visit Chitwan National Park and Lumbini which are both listed in UNESCO World heritage site. One is rich in Flora & Fauna and other is rich cultural heritage. This tour will let you explore the wildlife of this park and the culture of its local people.

Full day Jungle Safari Tour

Full day jungle safari will take you one of the most visited park of Nepal i.e. Chitwan National Park. It covers an area of 932 sq km out of total area. It was established in 1973 and was later declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. This park is covered in tropical deciduous reverie forests, wooded hills and grasslands and it contains one-fourth of the world's endangered great one-horned rhinos as well as the Royal Bengal tiger, leopards, monkeys, and the splendid gaur bison. It is also the homeland for more than 440 species of birds.  This place is heaven for an ornithologist's. This place also has the giant hornbill including, the rare Bengal florican and the paradise flycatcher.