Go Nepal, Kathmandu Nepal
Chitwan is best known for its wildlife and culture. Because of its dense forests and wild animals, Chitwan means "heart of the jungle." Chitwan National Park, located in south-central Nepal, is only 165 kilometers from Kathmandu and 150 kilometers from Pokhara, and it offers a variety of cultural and jungle activities. Such as an elephant safari, a canoe trip, a jungle trek, a local ethnicity tour, a cultural dance performed by local tribes, a sunset visit, a walk in the forest, a jeep ride, and so on. Chitwan may be worth a reward because the area is well known for the Chitwan National Park, which spans 932 kilometers. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to a one-horned rhino, several types of deer, sloths, leopards, tigers, crocodiles, monkeys, and numerous species of butterflies and endangered insects.
The elephant ride that leads to the jungle safari is Chitwan's most amazing feature. A four-wheel jeep is another option for exploring the jungle. In both cases, tourists can enter the jungle to satisfy their naturalist desires. Visitors can see waterfowl, brahman ducks, pintails, bar-headed geese, cormorants, woodpeckers, hornbills, peacocks, peahens, floricans, red-headed trogons, and many other species of birds during this incredible research. Other safari activities include nature walks, bird watching, elephant breeding center visits, canoeing rides, sunset and sunrise views, cultural dance, and town sightseeing.
When time allows, we will also visit Kathmandu, which is an ideal location for UNESCO world heritage sites, during this trip. We conclude our tour in Chitwan, which is known for its World Heritage Site Chitwan National Park and Jungle Safari. In the steamy subtropical jungles of Chitwan, we enjoy bird-watching and a relaxed elephant-back safari while learning about the region's tribal culture.
1. Explore Chitwan National Park.
2. Visit the village of Tharu.
3. Enjoy an elephant safari.
4. Enjoy bird watching.
5. Experience Canoe Ride.
6. Visit the elephant breeding center.
7. Encounter One-horned rhinoceros and many other animals.
Day 1 : Arrival at Sauraha, Chitwan
Go Nepal will pick you up at the Bus Park / Airport and take you to the resort for lunch. After lunch, we take a tour of Tharu City and head to the Elephant Center, where you can chat with baby elephants and learn more about the captive breeding program. In the afternoon, we rest for a while and even visit some local villages. In the evening we will enjoy the authentic Nepali dinner. After dinner, we will enjoy the cultural program and dance. Overnight in Sauraha.
Day 2 : Full day jungle activities
Today here we wake up early in the morning. After breakfast, we take canoeing down the river followed by a jungle walk to the resort. Here we take lunch then after lunch we take the time to rest, swim or play tennis for a while. In the afternoon, take an Elephant Safari inside the park where you can see rhinos, deer, and bird’s life and, if you are lucky, you can see a tiger too. If time permits we can visit Chitwan National Park too which is one of the UNESCO world heritage sites. After Dinner in the evening and you can rest and relax listening to the sounds of the jungle during the night. Overnight in Sauraha.
Day 3 : Fly back to Kathmandu and Departure for onward journey.
We will take an early morning flight to Kathmandu. Once we reach in Kathmandu, after breakfast we visit Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa, and Bouddhanath Stupa, all of which are World Heritage Sites. The Durbar Square highlights the life of royalty in antiquity. The Pashupatinath Temple is one of the most important pilgrimage sites for all Hindus. Swayambhunath is also known as the monkey temple and the Boudhanath stupa is one of the largest stupas in the world.
In the afternoon we will gather together for our lunch then prepare for departure for our onward destination. Then you will be taken to the bus station or the airport before your scheduled journey.