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3 days

2 pax

price starting from $ 420

Overview

Chitwan is situated in Rapti valley in subtropical land of Terai(plains). Owing to its rich adornment of nature, Chitwan National Park was declared UNESCO Natural Heritage Site in 1984. The park that includes in its area a part of the Shivalik Hills, is covered with deciduous forests overlooking the flood plains of Naryani, Rapti and Reu rivers and offering a wilderness of rich ecosystem that includes mammals, birds, reptiles and many amphibians of various kinds.

There are around 600, plant species, 50 over mammals , 500 over birds, 50 over amphibians and repiles are found around the park. It is one of the few remaining habitat of Royal Bengal tiger and great one horned rhinoceros. Small herd of wild elephants are occasionally seen.  There are scientific research projects funded by WWF (World Wild Life Fund) and international organization to understand ecology, behavior and preserve species like rhino, tiger and deer. There is breeding center for nearly extinct Gharials - crocodile. Tharus are an inhabitant of this place and the culture adds a distinct touch to the Chitwan experience in a colorful way. There are also sites of historical importance at Devghat. Pandavnagar, Balmiki Ashram, and Kabilaspur.

How to get there?

Driving distance 140kms 5 hours drive OR Fly Chitwan (Nearest airport is Bharatpur 10kms drive)

Note: Oct/March - when sky is clear and average temp. 25 degrees)

April to June - Hot above 40 degrees

July to Sept : Rainy

Sugested Items

  1. Short & Long Sleeve Shirts - Long sleeved is for protection from the sun and insects in the evenings.
  2. Shorts & Trousers - again, long trousers can protect from the sun & insects
  3. Swim wear for on the river
  4. Shoes - Comfortable trainers/shoes and a pair of sandals. You will need some type of hiking or safari boot if you plan on any walking safaris.
  5. Binoculars Camera
  6. Personal first-aid kit and wash kit
  7. Guidebooks, maps, etc
  8. Water bottle
  9. Insect Repellent
  10. Sunscreen and lip protector
  11. Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap
  12. Personal medication
  13. Flashlight
  14. Footwear
  15. Reading book
 

Highlights

  • The warmth and hospitality of the Nepelese people in the Tarai (Plains)
  • The rugged Churia hills, sal forests, grassland and riverine forests, swamps
  • Culture and history of the Tharu community 
  • Elephant back safari
  • Canoe ride 
  • Rich variety of amphibians and large mammals and various bird species
  • Tharu cultural dance

 

Inclusions

  • Airport transfers
  • Full board –breakfast, lunch and dinner in the camp
  • Jungle activities-elephant back ride, jungle walk, dugout-canoe river trip, cultural program, jeep safari 
  • English speaking naturalist/tour guide.
  • Park fees and permit charges
 

Price

COST- Private Trip
 
2 Pax: US$ 420 per person
3-5 pax:US$ 415 per person
6-9 pax: US$ 395 Per Person
Single Supplement :US$ 145
 
Departure: Anytime upon request
 
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Itinerary

Tentative program

Day1: Pick-up by Landrover or elephants at the roadside village of Sunachuri which is 2.5 km from our Resort. Upon arrival, lunch will be served, rooms assigned and there will be a short briefing on the program and our facilities.

4:00 PM: Elephant-back safari: Guests will ride on elephant to explore jungle and wildlife the one-horned rhinoceros, several types of deer, monkeys, wild boar, bison, sloth bear, leopard and, if lucky, the Royal Bengal tiger. This exciting ride lasts for 2-3 hours.
Dinner in the central dining hall.

7:00 PM: Slide presentation. One of our jungle experts will introduce background data and history of the Royal Chitwan National Park as well as some other topics relating to wildlife. Your questions are most welcome. Dinner in the central dining hall.

Day2: 5:30 AM: Wake-up call followed by tea or coffee, then proceed on a Nature Walk. This encounter on foot with the environment will introduce the main features of eastern Chitwan. Sal forest, open grassland and riverine jungle. Our guides will help you identify some species of birds, plants and other wildlife that you may encounter.

8:30 AM: Breakfast

9:30 AM: Elephant briefing program: Learn more about these fascinating animals during a visit to our elephant stables.(For the brave ones there is even a crash course in riding and leading the elephants)

1.00 PM: Lunch at the poolside terrace.
Remaining hours before the afternoon program: take a dip in the pool, or relax on your verandah. Hammocks and the library are at your disposal.

4:00 PM: Canoeing :A traditional dug-out canoe takes you on a silent trip down the Rapti river to view aquatic birds and the animals of the river banks. Back to the Resort through the Jungle.

7:00 PM: Tharu Stick dance: Farmers of the nearby villages will show some of their traditional skills and dances.

8:00 PM: Dinner around the campfire.

Day3 : 5.30 AM: Bird Watching (or another elephant ride) after early morning tea/coffee.

8.00 AM: Breakfast

9.00 AM: Departure to the return journey to Kathmandu

Trip Highlights

Trip Code
A-Trip 09 (Soft Adventure)
Total Days
3
Total Nights
2
Trip Grade
Pleasure
Maximum Elevation
415 meter
Trip Mode
Drive / Fly to Bharatpur and drive to Chitwan National Park
Average Day Activity
6-7 hours sightseeing tour
Group Size
2
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Overview

Chitwan is situated in Rapti valley in subtropical land of Terai(plains). Owing to its rich adornment of nature, Chitwan National Park was declared UNESCO Natural Heritage Site in 1984. The park that includes in its area a part of the Shivalik Hills, is covered with deciduous forests overlooking the flood plains of Naryani, Rapti and Reu rivers and offering a wilderness of rich ecosystem that includes mammals, birds, reptiles and many amphibians of various kinds.

There are around 600, plant species, 50 over mammals , 500 over birds, 50 over amphibians and repiles are found around the park. It is one of the few remaining habitat of Royal Bengal tiger and great one horned rhinoceros. Small herd of wild elephants are occasionally seen.  There are scientific research projects funded by WWF (World Wild Life Fund) and international organization to understand ecology, behavior and preserve species like rhino, tiger and deer. There is breeding center for nearly extinct Gharials - crocodile. Tharus are an inhabitant of this place and the culture adds a distinct touch to the Chitwan experience in a colorful way. There are also sites of historical importance at Devghat. Pandavnagar, Balmiki Ashram, and Kabilaspur.

How to get there?

Driving distance 140kms 5 hours drive OR Fly Chitwan (Nearest airport is Bharatpur 10kms drive)

Note: Oct/March - when sky is clear and average temp. 25 degrees)

April to June - Hot above 40 degrees

July to Sept : Rainy

Sugested Items

  1. Short & Long Sleeve Shirts - Long sleeved is for protection from the sun and insects in the evenings.
  2. Shorts & Trousers - again, long trousers can protect from the sun & insects
  3. Swim wear for on the river
  4. Shoes - Comfortable trainers/shoes and a pair of sandals. You will need some type of hiking or safari boot if you plan on any walking safaris.
  5. Binoculars Camera
  6. Personal first-aid kit and wash kit
  7. Guidebooks, maps, etc
  8. Water bottle
  9. Insect Repellent
  10. Sunscreen and lip protector
  11. Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap
  12. Personal medication
  13. Flashlight
  14. Footwear
  15. Reading book
 

Highlights

  • The warmth and hospitality of the Nepelese people in the Tarai (Plains)
  • The rugged Churia hills, sal forests, grassland and riverine forests, swamps
  • Culture and history of the Tharu community 
  • Elephant back safari
  • Canoe ride 
  • Rich variety of amphibians and large mammals and various bird species
  • Tharu cultural dance

 

Inclusions

  • Airport transfers
  • Full board –breakfast, lunch and dinner in the camp
  • Jungle activities-elephant back ride, jungle walk, dugout-canoe river trip, cultural program, jeep safari 
  • English speaking naturalist/tour guide.
  • Park fees and permit charges
 

Price

COST- Private Trip
 
2 Pax: US$ 420 per person
3-5 pax:US$ 415 per person
6-9 pax: US$ 395 Per Person
Single Supplement :US$ 145
 
Departure: Anytime upon request
 
---.

Itinerary

Tentative program

Day1: Pick-up by Landrover or elephants at the roadside village of Sunachuri which is 2.5 km from our Resort. Upon arrival, lunch will be served, rooms assigned and there will be a short briefing on the program and our facilities.

4:00 PM: Elephant-back safari: Guests will ride on elephant to explore jungle and wildlife the one-horned rhinoceros, several types of deer, monkeys, wild boar, bison, sloth bear, leopard and, if lucky, the Royal Bengal tiger. This exciting ride lasts for 2-3 hours.
Dinner in the central dining hall.

7:00 PM: Slide presentation. One of our jungle experts will introduce background data and history of the Royal Chitwan National Park as well as some other topics relating to wildlife. Your questions are most welcome. Dinner in the central dining hall.

Day2: 5:30 AM: Wake-up call followed by tea or coffee, then proceed on a Nature Walk. This encounter on foot with the environment will introduce the main features of eastern Chitwan. Sal forest, open grassland and riverine jungle. Our guides will help you identify some species of birds, plants and other wildlife that you may encounter.

8:30 AM: Breakfast

9:30 AM: Elephant briefing program: Learn more about these fascinating animals during a visit to our elephant stables.(For the brave ones there is even a crash course in riding and leading the elephants)

1.00 PM: Lunch at the poolside terrace.
Remaining hours before the afternoon program: take a dip in the pool, or relax on your verandah. Hammocks and the library are at your disposal.

4:00 PM: Canoeing :A traditional dug-out canoe takes you on a silent trip down the Rapti river to view aquatic birds and the animals of the river banks. Back to the Resort through the Jungle.

7:00 PM: Tharu Stick dance: Farmers of the nearby villages will show some of their traditional skills and dances.

8:00 PM: Dinner around the campfire.

Day3 : 5.30 AM: Bird Watching (or another elephant ride) after early morning tea/coffee.

8.00 AM: Breakfast

9.00 AM: Departure to the return journey to Kathmandu

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