CHITWAN JUNGLE SAFARI
Jungle safari at Royal Chitwan National Park
Royal Chitwan National Park is the Nepals first national park and a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. Jungle Safari at world natural heritage site is a extreme adventure.
National park has an area of an 932 sq.km. Chitwan National Park is the home to more than 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros and Royal Bengal Tigers. This is also the home to around 600 plant species, 50 mammals, 526 birds and 49 amphibians and reptiles. For jungle safari Royal Chitwan National park is the most famous appropriate due to easy access. Here you will travel through open grassland and dense forest on elephant back and while doing this you will come across different wild animals including rhinos, different kind of deer’s, wild boars, and in rare cases, tigers.
You can experience jungle safari by a 4 wheel jeep ride or a elephant ride. you can go deep into the heart of the park, viewing some of the rare species of flora and fauna.One is bound to sight a one-horned rhino or two at every elephant safari. Besides the rhinos, wild boars, sandburs, spotted deer, sloth bear; four-horned antelope are also usually seen. A Royal Bengal Tiger may surprise you by his majestic appearance.
you can also go on foot in to the park escorted by our well-trained naturalist who will interpret to you the concealed secrets of the jungle.infact jungle walks gives, opportunities to view animals as well as observe their tracks, signs and sounds closly. You will have a great opportunity to see many species of birds including water fowl, Brahminy ducks, pintails, bar-headed geese, cormorants, woodpeckers, hornbills, peacocks, peahens, floricans, red-headed trogons and many others.
You may go for a canoe ttrip as well.
Down the Rapti river, it offers views of water birds: brilliant blue Eurasian kingfishers, egrets, osprey and ruddy she drakes.Nepal is a paradise for bird lovers with over 848 species (almost 8% of the world’s total) of birds. A pair of binoculars is a must for bird watching.