Chitwan Jungle safari
Chitwan Jungle safari is the best activity in Chitwan National Park. It is a standout among other National Parks in Nepal. It was established in 1973 AD as the first national park of the nation. We can view different types of animals, plants and creatures which includes some rare living beings of the world as well. Chitwan is the best habitat of one horned rhinoceros. So,it is famous among students for research purpose as well. One horned rhinoceros is the major point of attraction because of being the endangered terrestrial herbivores of the Earth.
Nepal is best known with the delightful mountains, but also there is the Genetic flat of Terai which is extended all through the southern part of Nepal. Also, a visit to Nepal is incomplete without seeing the excellence of this Terai belt. So, then no doubt Chitwan is the best spot to do as such.
Chitwan Jungle safari visit is bookable online from Mission Summit treks and Expedition. Then, take visit to Chitwan National park to see wild warm-blooded creatures including One-Horned Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, wild Elephant, Deer, wild hog, sloth bear, panther, buffalo and jackal. Also, some progressively numerous reptiles including Gharial Crocodile and numerous types of the fowls including Hornbill, Lesser florican, and Paradise Flycatcher.
There are not many alternatives to reach Chitwan National park, but there are tourist bus that leaves at 7:00 am at morning from Kathmandu and we can essentially take a private vehicle to reach Chitwan or flight.
Chitwan Jungle Safari Highlights
• Elephant Safari Tour
• Jungle walking
• Canoe ride Tour
• A tharu cultural program
• Bird watching Tour
1st Day Drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan – 7 hours by Tourist bus then overnight at Hotel
- Evening Tharu culture Dance
2nd Day Activities in Chitwan overnight at Hotel
- safari in Jungle
- Jungle Walk and
- Elephant bath
3rd Day Drive back to Kathmandu or Pokhara
The world heritage-listed Chitwan national park is one of the big tourist draw cards in Nepal. The reserve protects over 932 sq km of sal forest water marshes and rippling elephant grassland and with the snowcapped Himalaya in the distance, Its little wonder this place is so popular.
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