Chitwan literally means “heart of the jungle”. In recent years Chitwan tops the list of things to do in Asia. It is a truly wildlife adventure of a different kind – jungle safaris on elephant backs or jeeps, birdwatching, canoe rides and jungle walks.
The Chitwan National Park is Asia’s best preserved conservation area, where wildlife thrives and their habitats remain intact. Only half-hour flight from Kathmandu, the park lies in the Inner Terai lowlands and consists of Sal forests, tall elephant grasslands, hills, ox-box lakes and flood plains of the Narayani, Rapti and Reu rivers. Enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Natural) in 1984, the park spreads over an area of 932 sq. km.
While the mountains of the north have some of the highest and the most magnificent peaks in the world, the tropical jungles of the Terai preserve some of the best wildlife habitat on the subcontinent. Some of these rich wildlife habitats are now protected and can be toured on elephant back, dugout canoe or on foot with a licensed jungle guide. Altogether, Nepal has 16 national parks, wildlife reserves, and conservation areas occupying 16% of its total geographical area.
Day 01 : Arrival /Welcome Drink /Lunch / Village Tour by ox-card /Tea/ Coffee/Dinner
Day 02 : Wake Up Call /Breakfast /Elephant Ride /Tea/ Coffee /Lunch /Jungle Drive Or 20 Thousand Lake Tour /Tea / Coffee /Tharu Stick Dance/Dinner
Day 03 : Wake Up Call /Breakfast /Canoe Ride + Elephant Breeding Center Tour and Nature /Tea / Coffee /Lunch /Bird Watching / Nature Walk /Tea / Coffee/Slide Show /Dinner
Day 04 : Wake Up Call /Breakfast /Departure
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