|Kathmandu - Chitwan Tour|
Kathmandu Chitwan Tours itinerary 5 Nights 6 Days
Itinetary-Kathmandu Chitwan 5 Nights 6 Days
Day 01: - Arrival in Kathmandu International Airport. Welcome by our representatives and transfer to your Hotel.
Note - Please check with us, we have additional activities mix with this itinerary, like Rafting, wildlife activities & more...
Major Activities in Chitwan
Elephant ride: - One can monitor wildlife activities in the deep jungle while sitting back on an Elephant. The duration of the elephant back safari is about 1 hour but you can hire an Elephant as long as you wish in additional price. Elephant ride is the most pleasant activities in the park. You may not want to miss the opportunity to explore Elephant breeding center where number of elephants are kept for reproducing purpose only.
Bird watching - The Chitwan National Park is the realm of more than 450 species of birds. Most people consider it as a heaven of the bird world. The best way to explore and study the different bird's activities and behave is to walk with a guide along the riverside of Royal Chitwan National park. Jungle Lagoon's expert bird watcher will guide you to view the colourful birds early in the morning; simultaneously you can enjoy sunrise tour.
Jungle Drive: - Jeep safari is a fastest way to discover the wide range of forest area in the Chitwan National Park. You will be in the dense forest after four hour's jeep drives which takes you about 50 kilometers inside the park, passing all sorts of vegetation and wildlife. As it is goes through the deep jungle and covers big area, the chances of discovering wildlife are high. Jeep safari is not only fastest way to discover wild activities but also it is safe. It is the very exciting programme. You will be drive towards the crocodile breeding farm while going through jungle drive.
Nature walk or jungle walks:- Jungle Walk tour allows you to explore several different habitat areas, from the flood-plain grassland to the dense Sal forests, where you get the opportunity to encounter different animals sight at your own pace. Since it disturbs the animals, less to walk through the forest, it is usually a better chance for discovering wildlife. You may learn about different kind of plants and herbs in the National park that might be useful sometime. The guide can explain about the wild animals, birds, trees, herbs and even reptiles.
Dugout canoe ride: - Floating down to Rapti River on a dugout canoe is the best way to discover the habitat of crocodiles in the river. It is also a relaxing and better way to watch the different kind of birds and wildlife species, while they are drinking water in the bank of river Rapti.
Tharu cultural dance: - A melodious ethnic dance performed by men and women with rhyme or drums. The clashing of sticks represents and performance how to keep away the rhinos and other wild animals from the human habitat and their farming land. You can enjoy your evening after dinner and watch the Tharu Stick Dance. Jungle Lagoon will arrange dance for your enjoyment adjacent to their restaurant.
Sauraha Machans:- these bamboo viewing platforms (‘machans’) in Sauraha provide some of the best views in Chitwan. Overlooking the river near the park’s entrance, you can sit back and enjoy the sunset or try to spot rhinos from one of these stilted towers. Some of the machans have been turned into accommodation, meaning you can spend the night star-gazing.
Kasara Display Center: - located near the park’s headquarters, this facility has educational displays on the animals and vegetation in the park. Bikram Baba, a notable Hindu religious site, is nearby and can be visited at the same time.
Sauraha Visitor Centre: - displaying comprehensive information on the park, the exhibits here provide great insight into the wildlife and conservation programmes at Chitwan. On-site is a souvenir shop that sells a selection of handicrafts and other products produced by local women.
Gharial Crocodile Breeding Centre: - within walking distance of the park’s headquarters atKasara, the breeding centre is home to the endangered Gharial and Mugger crocodiles as well as a number of turtles. Funded by the Frankfurt Zoological Society, the centre engages in the scientific study of these species and rears and re-introduces them into the wild.
Elephant Breeding Centre: - the park is known for its work towards the protection of elephants and this centre plays an active role in this mission. Displays provide information on calves born in the park as well as captive elephants.Libraries: there are two small libraries, one at Kasara and the other at Sauraha. These libraries provide shelter for orphans and areas for games and recreation. Visitors and donations are welcome at both facilities.