Chitwan National Park also known as the heart of the jungle was established in 1973 AD, where we can examine different types of birds, plants, and animals including untamed life, vegetations, and faunas. Attributable to its rich decoration of nature the park was announced UNESCO Natural Heritage Site in 1984. The park incorporates into its territory a piece of the Churiya Hills secured with deciduous backwoods neglecting the floodplains of Narayani, Rapti and Reu streams. The park spreads 932 sq. Km of subtropical marsh wedged between two east-west stream valleys at the base of the Siwalik scope of the external Himalayas. Chitwan National Park offers a wild of the rich biological community which gives a completely unique encounter. Chitwan National Park Safari is tremendous with jungle walk, elephant safari, fledgling viewing, paddling, elephant bathing, culture visit and local traditional shows and a lot of more adorable activities to make a much pleasant trip for you.
The Chitwan National Park locale has had a long history of conservation. For a long time, it was the Royal hunting for the Kings and dignitaries of Nepal and along these lines hunting by the general public was prohibited. It did, in any case, become a most loved spot for major game safari seekers in the late nineteenth and right on time to mid-twentieth hundred of years. The park is affected by a tropical rainstorm atmosphere with moderately high humidity. Winter, spring, and rainstorm are the three principle seasons. Riverine woods and prairies structure a mosaic along the stream banks are kept up via occasional flooding.
There are nearly around 600 plants species, 50 mammals, 526 birds, and 49 amphibians, reptiles found around the Chitwan national park. Chitwan is home to numerous wild warm-blooded creatures including One-Horned Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, wild Elephant, Deer, wild hog, sloth bear, panther, buffalo, jackal and some progressively, numerous reptiles including Gharial Crocodile and numerous types of the birds including Hornbill, Lesser Florican, and Paradise Flycatcher, so Chitwan is the best goal for Jungle safari and wildlife adventures lover.
Day 1: Greeting at Tribhuvan International Airport (Transfer to Hotel)
Our Hike on Trek member will meet you at the airport and exchange to your inn. As you spruce up after your long voyage, you will be approached to visit our office for instruction on your program. You will have a gathering with your trekking guide and if you arrive around evening time, we will have a similar discussion in the next day morning.
Day2: A full day recreational tour of Kathmandu
The exceptionally next morning, after breakfast you will be taken for an entire day touring visit around Kathmandu valley. You can visit the focal point of pilgrimage Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath, exceptionally ancient and basically enrolled in UNESCO World Heritage sites. The greatest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhanath may make you feel quiet and harmony and visit Patan the city of expressive arts and Durbar Square is brimming with Hindu sanctuaries and Buddhist landmarks. On an adventure back to the lodging, you can investigate the neighborhoods and way of life. After your supper, you can maybe go for a relaxed walk through the well-known streets like Thamel and Durbarmarg.
Day3: Kathmandu to Chitwan (170km/5hrs)
We begin the day with a warm breakfast at Kathmandu and will drive towards Chitwan. We make stops for tea refreshment and at around 1 pm we will reach Chitwan where a crisp lunch will hang tight for you. After rest, your forest guide will brief you about the activities and take you for a stroll around the Tharu Village. You can see the lifestyle and tradition of the Tharu community. Other than that, the guide will likewise disclose to you how they are reliant upon forest and streams for life and furthermore their tattoo and Heena culture. You can see a portion of the Tharu people making baskets and fishnets from locally accessible assets. After you return to the lodging you will be served a few beverages and the Tharu dance begins in the inn premises. Finally, the artists will welcome you to dance and move your body for some time before supper for a decent hunger!
Day 4: Full day recreational activities on Jungle (Canoeing, visit the elephant breeding center, Elephant bathing, Elephant back Safari, and nature walk)
You will eat before taking off for the Canoe trip. The Canoe is a long wooden boat made by either using a silk cotton tree or Sal tree and obliges as much as 15 individuals relying on the length. The ride will be around 40 minutes and amid the Canoe ride, you can see the two types of crocodile lolling in the sun and numerous birds and if you are fortunate a rhino drinking water from the river. The canoe ride finishes close to the Elephant rearing focus where you can see in excess of 25 elephants and some little yet enormous babies. The Naturalist will brief you about the day by day schedule, conduct and dietary pattern of the elephants. After the preparation, we will go to the river to see the elephants bathing. You can scrub down over an elephant in the wake of paying 2-3 dollars if not taking pictures of others doing as such is in every case free. We will go to the inn and eat. After lunch, we will partake in the elephant back safari which is generally 1.5 to 2 hours in length. You regularly observe creatures like deer, monkey, and Rhino on this excursion. Stroll back through the forest to the Hotel.
Day 4: Drive back to Kathmandu
After having our breakfast, we will be bag packed to return to Kathmandu. It takes around 5 to 6 hours (restrictive) to reach your hotel in Kathmandu. In the night, join a goodbye supper in Nepali average Restaurant with the memories of your trip experience.
Day 5: Final Departure
Today is free or a minute ago you have few hours uncommon looking for your friends or relatives. If you have additional time you can do some shopping or sightseeing. We will drop you to the International Airport to get your trip back to your home and wish for your Safe journey.