Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour offers is the most popular, adventurous and wild entertainment in the natural home of animails in Chitwan National Park.
Chitwan National Park, one of the iconic destinations for jungle safari in Nepal, has been listed in the UNESCO as Natural world Heritage site. This Park has a lot to offer you but bio-diversity is the key point among all. An area of total 932sq. km has vegetation mostly of sal, tall grassland, small hills, ax-bow lakes, and flood plains.
However this park has the multiple species like, around 470 species of mammals, over 500 species of birds, 126 species of fish, 150 species of butterflies and 47 species of reptiles. Among this all, the Chitwan National Park is popular for one horn rhino and Bengal tigers, whereas around one-third number of Nepal’s tigers are in Chitwan.
Most after birds from Siberia and other different parts of Asia come here for safe breeding.To enroll around here, it’ll be better from October through February for the average temperature exists around 25 degrees. Whereas, the months like March, April and June are extremely hot and between July to September due to the monsoon river swell up and the park is Inaccessible. It’s easy getting there, as you can get there by air or land. Buses or Daily flights are easily available from Kathmandu. There is another exciting way to get Chitwan by 2-3 days rafting trip down the Trishuli River to Narayanghat or the western edge of the park. Mountain Layers Treks and Expeditions Pvt. Ltd. is proud to organise various Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour.
According to your interest and time, we have 1 night 2 days, 3 nights 4 days and 6 nights 7 days’ packages too for Chitwan Jungle Safari.
<p>13.30: Lunch hour</p><p>15.00: History and other information of Chitwan National Parks and tour of Local Tharu village with other indigenous community</p><p>18.30: Dinner hour</p><p>19.00: Tharu cultural dance and other cultural programs</p>
<p>Wake up early in the morning around 5/6 o’clock</p><p>7.30: Breakfast time</p><p>8.00: Canoe riding along Rapti River. Bird watching and for seeing the 2 rare species of crocodiles; the Marsh Mugger and the fish-eating Gharial. Hiking in the jungle and elephant bathing</p><p>13.30: Lunch hour</p><p>15.00: Opportunity to see wildlife in Chitwan National Park and bird watching</p><p>18.30: Dinner hour</p><p>19.00: Tharu cultural dance and other cultural programs</p>
<p>Wake up early in the morning around 5/6 o’clock</p><p>6.30: Birds watching and visit Government Elephant Breeding Center</p><p>8.00: Breakfast time</p><p>9.00: Drive back to Chitwan - Kathmandu</p>