Explore Chitwan National Park

    All about the Explore Chitwan National Park.

    Chitwan Jungle Safari/ Price: 500 USd

    Trip Highlights

    • Captivating view of Royal Bengal Tigers, One Horned Rhinos, and great elephants
    • Best guided tour with an experienced naturalist
    • Amazing sunset view at the bank of Rapti
    • Rich culture of Tharu community
    • Plethora of mammals and birds
    • Delicious Tharu Foods
    • Rich Vegetation
    • Best Jeep Ride

    Chitwan is one of Nepal’s most beautiful cities, primarily famous for its Chitwan National Park. This National Park is one of the world’s heritage sites that is the home to 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of fauna and 126 species of fish. In addition to these species, National Parks is declared buffer zone protecting endangered One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tigers and Gharial Crocodiles. Jungle Safari is the most to do activities in Chitwan to indulge you in nature and its beauty.  Chitwan Jungle Safari is the best enthralling package to captivate your senses with a stunning view of mammals and birds.

    Chitwan has a lot to offer to its visitors. The Indigenous Tharu community also resides at the heart of Chitwan. Moreover, Tharu people have their own language culture and tradition and have been habitant of Chitwan since the 1950s. Hotel and Resort in Chitwan offer all tourists the opportunity to see the Tharu community up close. Tharu cultural program in the evening, stick dance, peacock dance, etc., are some of the Tharu offerings for the tourists.


    The outer periphery of the National Park is an attraction by itself. The old-fashioned village of straw, huts and houses has turned into a mini city providing the facilities like restaurants, gift shops, internet cafes, etc., to tourists from different countries. Jungle Safari in Chitwan is one of the most hassle-free and easy-to-do activities in Chitwan as it is easily accessible via road and air. Regular fight and regular tourist buses from Kathmandu & Pokhara are available to reach Chitwan.

    Chitwan National Park is the most popular and one of the best conservation areas in Nepal, established in 1973 A.D. National Park is home to a wide range of flora and faunas. Similarly, It is the home to the One-Horned Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, Wild Elephant, Deer, Wild Boar, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Jackal, Gharial Crocodile, and many more. Similarly, this jungle safari provides the experience of seeing Hornbill, Lesser florican and Paradise Flycatcher species of birds.

    Activities available

    Canoe Rides

    A beautiful and peaceful boat trip to the deep and silent Rapti River is best enjoyed at sunset. Canoeing allows us to experience natural serenity and view birds, crocodiles and river animals. The best time for Canoeing is October to mid-March.

    Nature walk

    To experience nature in its purest form, Chitwan offers its guests a guided jungle walk. Our guests can see exotic animals like deer, rhinos, sloth bears, etc. while stepping into the woods.

    Tharu Cultural Program

    Tharu Cultural Program is a complete entertainment show offering the guests stick dance and peacock dance. We can observe Tharu culture closely through this program. It is a musical dance performed by Tharu men with the drum rhythm.

    There are endless activities one can experience in Chitwan. Chitwan offers the guest variation of packages keeping in mind less time availability of the guests. The package ranges from 1 Night 2 Days to 5 Night 6 Days from which guests can choose what best suits them.

    Jungle Safari in Chitwan

    Explore Chitwan National Park will grant you all those souls and sense satisfying experiences as you will dot the most beautiful and alluring land and air creature on this planet earth. So no, look no further as Duke Nepal has developed the best Explore Chitwan National Park Package.

    Why do people go to Chitwan?

    • Chitwan is famous and is known for the National Park
    • International Elephant Polo
    • Endangered Animals like One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodiles
    • Spectacular Tharu Culture and Foods
    • Best Jeep Safari
    • Plethora of birds to capture and watch
    • Plenty of Mammal and flora species

    Why Duke Nepal for the tour?

    • Because we care about you and your needs
    • Experienced guide all along the trip
    • We care about your safety
    • We are economical yet we offer lavish facilities

    General Information of Chitwan National Park

    • Name-Chitwan National Park
    • Location-Nepal
    • Total Area-952.63km2
    • Date declared UNESCO World Heritage Site-1979
    • Species- Mammals-68, Snakes-20, Birds-543
    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
    • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners & dining
    • All accommodation including tea houses en route
    • All transportation including taxis and coaches
    • Tour guide for entire journey
    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    • Travel insurance and other emergencies
    • Visa fees and entry clearing fees
    • Single room accommodations
    • Liquors, beers and bottled beverages
    • Photography accessories like cameras etc.
    1. Day 1 Arrival

      We welcome you and take you to the pre-booked hotel upon your arrival, either at the domestic airport or at the local bus terminal. As you get into the hotel, refreshments will be served. Then, we will go for a resort tour. Then having lunch, we go for a village tour on an ox cart. We then return to the resort, have dinner and stay overnight.

    2. Day 2 Full day Jungle Exploration

      We wake up in our resort room and have our breakfast. Then, we start the day’s adventure: Elephant Back Safari or Jeep Safari. After finishing this fantastic adventure, we return to the resort for lunch. Then we go for Canoe Ride. Then, another exciting part of the day is visiting the Elephant breed centre. The evening is more satisfying as we all gather to witness a typical Tharu dance. We end the day with dinner. Elephant Back Safari is questionable among animal activists.

    3. Day 3 Departure Onwards

      We wake up in the resort itself. After having tea/coffee, we go for a fulfilling bird-watching experience in the woods. We return to the lodge, have breakfast and then return to our onward destination.

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