Chitwan WIldlife Jungle Safari
Chitwan Jungle safari activity is carried out in Chitwan National Park which is situated in the south-central Nepal with 932 sq km area. UNESCO designated Chitwan National Parks as a Natural World Heritage site in 1984 since then it is the center of the attraction to every national and international visitors.
This national park is known as sub-tropical low land of inner Terai, and it has become one of the country’s treasures- a fabulous wildlife sanctuary. The word ‘Chitwan’ signifies as ‘heart of jungle’ which means it is the home of the endangered Royal Bengal tiger, the Indian one-horn rhino, sloth bear, langur, monkeys, wild bear, leopards, jungle cats and various types of deer as well as more than 400 species of colorful birds.
In Chitwan Wildlife Jungle Safari trip, we take a ride on the back of an elephant, which is most enjoyable, exciting and safe jungle trips to oversee the wild animals from the elevated position. The trip offers the close up sight of the one-horn rhino in its natural habitat, numerous species of deer, langur monkeys, wild boar and so on.Likewise, we get an exotic chance to see more than 400 bird species during the trip. The trip further offers canoe rides on Rapti River in the western side of the park from where we can get the fantastic experience of viewing a quarter of the world’s remaining gharial, mostly resided in the river banks.
Chitwan Jungle Safari – exotic 2 Nights / 3 Days trip
On our Chitwan wildlife jungle Safari trip, we take a ride on the back of an elephant which is an exciting way to explore the jungle from a safe, elevated position. It also offers the close-up sight of the one-horn rhino in its natural habitat, numerous species of deer, langur monkeys, wild boar etc. Over 400 bird species, either as permanent residents or migratory visitors, can be viewed on foot as you walk through the jungle and open grassland. Canoe rides along Rapti River on the western side of the park offer the fantastic experience of viewing a quarter of the world’s remaining gharial population which shelter under its banks. This fish eating crocodile has long been hunted for the supposed aphrodisiac qualities of its snout.
UNESCO designated Chitwan National Park as a Natural World Heritage Site in 1984. We begin our Chitwan Jungle Safari trip by either taking a car or bus drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara. There is also a regular flight connecting Chitwan to Kathmandu. Thus this is a wonderful opportunity to take a relaxing wildlife safari trip in Chitwan after any of our trekking and peak climbing trips in the Himalayas.