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Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari

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Duration Duration
8 Days
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
1360
Activities Activities
Sightseeing | Jungle Safari | Birdwatching | Village Walk
Destination Destination
Nepal
Start/End Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu - Kathmandu
Transportation Transportation
Airport Transfers | Domestic Flight | Private vehicle for Sightseeing
Grade Grade
Easy
Nature of Trip Nature of Trip
Cultural Tour & Wildlife Safari
Meals Meals
7 Breakfast | 2 Lunch | 3 Dinner
Group Size Group Size
1-16 People
Best Seasons Best Seasons
Aug - Dec | Jan - Jun
Accommodation Accommodation
4 Nights in 3* Star Hotel | 3 Nights in Eco Resort

Overview of Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari

The very same plain area brings you down to the tropical and flat lowland on a luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari. This contrasts sharply with Hills and Mountains. Chitwan National Park has become one of Terai’s crown jewels. Nepal is a land of hills and mountains that has attracted travelers from all over the world for hundreds of years. However, for a long time, the lowland Terai, which borders India, has been a popular tourist destination. The plains of Nepal are only 100 meters above sea level.

Highlights of Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari

  • Take a scenic flight.
  • Wonderful Vacation spot
  • Thrilling Dugout Canoe Ride Exciting Jeep Safari and Jungle Walk
  • Observe many birds, among the more than 400 species present inside the National Park.
  • Encounter with rare Royal Bengal tigers and Indian one-horn rhinos, sloth bears, langurs, monkeys, wild bears, leopards, jungle cats, and numerous varieties of deer are among the animals seen.

A one-horned rhinoceros breeding effort has been effective in this national park. In addition, you will have the opportunity to see wildlife such as rhinos, numerous species of monkeys and deer, and even a tiger on occasion.

The Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari gives you the opportunity to thoroughly experience the wonders of Chitwan National Park while staying in five-star accommodations. You may also organize a family vacation to Nepal to see a wide range of scenery.

How to get there

The National Park is one of Nepal’s most popular tourist sites. Because the national park is located in Terai’s plains, it is easily accessible by flight or highway from other cities. It is 45 kilometers from Bharatpur Airport. In Chitwan, even transportation is excellent.

Who can book Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari?

Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari trip is a relaxing and enjoyable tour of Nepal’s tropical jungle, Chitwan National Park. The trip is ideal for those seeking a pleasant place to stay. People of all ages, couples, families, students, groups, solitary travelers, and LGBTI groups can book the trip. However, a diversified lodging facility caters to people of various financial levels.

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    01

    Day 01: Welcome to the Land of Himalayas

    As soon as you cross the Nepalese border, you’ll be greeted by stunning views of the valley, the Himalayas, and terraced fields below. Following your exit from customs, an Oriental Journeys representative awaits you outside to lead you through Kathmandu’s small and twisting streets. The agent will assist you with your hotel accommodations. You may spend the evening exploring Thamel, a popular tourist destination. This is a nice enough location to eat your first dinner at any of the restaurants available. In Thamel, you may eat both western and Nepali food. In Kathmandu’s valley, you may learn more about diverse cultures including Hinduism and Buddhism.

    02

    Day 02: Explore cultural highlights of Kathmandu

    Kathmandu is a culturally diverse city that offers much more than hiking. Kathmandu’s cultural attractions are a significant part of learning about Hinduism and Buddhism. Aside from that, you’ll be able to see beautiful woodcarving, painting, and sculptures, as well as heritage places with highly unique architecture and living traditions in the area. In the evening, you will dine on Nepalese cuisine.

    03

    Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Bharatpur and drive to Chitwan

    Oriental Journey’s representative will pick you up from your hotel early in the morning and send you off at the domestic terminal of Tribhuvan International Airport. You will arrive in Bharatpur after 20 minutes of flying. You have a private vehicle to take you to Chitwan from Bharatpur. Bharatpur is 45 kilometers from Chitwan National Park. Your lodge is 15 to 20 minutes away.

    Once you reach the Chitwan National Park area, you will see a variety of landscapes and civilizations. As you reach Chitwan, you will see the plain country, which is called in Nepal as Terai. People here have a blend of Nepali and North Indian culture, and their language is a combination of Nepali and North Indian languages. Chitwan is where you’ll spend the night.

    04

    Day 04: Jeep and foot safari

    The safari activities in Chitwan National Park will be well enjoyed by you. During the jungle safari walk, you will almost certainly witness some of the most stunning wildlife creatures. One-horned rhinoceros, spotted deer, hog deer, sambar deer, barking deer, gharial crocodiles, and a variety of bird species are all likely to be seen. You could even glimpse a leopard, sloth bear, or Royal Bengal Tiger if you’re lucky.

    05

    Day 05: Boat safari down the river

    Without a doubt, each day will be unforgettable. Today, take a lengthy boat ride from the river’s side to the Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge, where you will spend the night. Because the boats are close to the water, you will have an excellent possibility of seeing wildlife such as gharial crocodiles, tiger, and rhinoceros along the water’s edge, as well as a variety of birds. You may eat in the shade of a mango tree, take a cool swim in the poo, enjoy a game of tennis, or sway softly in a hammock with a book after you arrive to Tiger Tops Tharu resort. In the evening, you may also go on a bullock cart ride into Tharu village for more upscale fun. From your window, you may listen to the sounds of the forest at night.

    06

    Day 06: Enjoy your day exploring around

    You’ll be spending the entire day with elephants today. You must get up early in the morning and follow the elephants into the grasslands beside the river to do this. The elephant caregiver, also known as a mahout in Nepali, cuts and collects the grass for the elephants throughout the day. At the same time, you may have a traditional cup of Nepali tea while watching elephants graze in the morning mist. If you’re interested, you may get involved in cutting and tying the grass; nevertheless, the process is more difficult than it appears. After breakfast, you’ll return to the elephant camp, where you’ll spend the night. Spend the rest of the mornings with the Mahouts, learning how to care for elephants. Lunch will be served at 12 p.m.

    If the weather permits, go for a stroll in the forest with the elephants and mahouts in the afternoon. This time, you’ll get lots of opportunities to see elephants move, eat, and listen to their communication, which is largely rumbling and trumpeting. The naturalist will tell you all you need to know about the area, including the environment, grasslands, and wetlands, as well as elephants. Depending on the path you select, you may see tigers, deer, rhinos, and a variety of bird species on your stroll. You may watch all the things that Mahouts do with elephants in the evening as well.

    07

    Day 07: Fly back to Kathmandu

    You will be driven to a rural activity in the morning before leaving Chitwan and driving to Kathmandu. Kathmandu is reached through a picturesque short flight. Take a walk around Thamel. In the evening, there will be a farewell supper.

    08

    Day 08: Depart to your destination

    You may spend your last minutes in Kathmandu with breakfast and souvenir shopping, since you have arranged your departure from Kathmandu for today. The agent will return to your hotel to pick you up and send you off at the airport. It’s a good idea to be at the airport at least two hours before your trip.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How long does it take to get to Chitwan National Park?

    The most convenient method to get to Chitwan National Park is to fly from Kathmandu to Bharatpur and then drive. Aside from that, there is a tourist bus/AC bus from Kathmandu that takes around 6-7 hours. Around 7 a.m., buses depart from Nayabazar, near Thamel in Kathmandu. Tourist buses depart at 6.30 a.m. from the tourist bus terminal in Pokhara and take 7 hours. Similarly, for a more pleasant journey, hire a private vehicle.

    How far is Chitwan from Pokhara?

    The approximate distance between Pokhara and Chitwan is 147 km and can be reached in a 5 to 6-hour drive.

    Are all safari activities carried inside the National Park?

    The activities other than the Elephant back Safari, are carried inside the Chitwan National Park. Elephant Back Safari is done in Community Forest near Sauraha.

    Is there any discount for Child?

    Definitely, you will have a child discount offer. The child below four years are freely allowed to enter whereas below 10, need to pay 70% of the Adult Price. The child above 10 years has to pay the full fee.

    How long will it take the bus from Kathmandu to Chitwan? Is it the same time from Chitwan to Pokhara?

    The exact time for a drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan is just 5 hours but due to highway traffic it will take approximately 6-7 hours. In normal condition, the Tourist Bus from Pokhara will take you to Chitwan in around 5-6 hours.

    Is there internet facility with free WI-FI in the Lodge?

    Most of the lodges/resort/hotel we use, have internet facility with FREE Wi-Fi.

    Is it safe to travel by Road?

    Traveling by road in Nepal is safe, especially by tourist coach is completely safe. However, we suggest that you take a Private Vehicle for a more reliable and convenient journey.

    Do you provide a pick-up from Bus Station?

    We do have a pickup service for the traveler traveling by bus. One of a representative from Oriental Journeys comes to pick-up at Sauraha Bus Station for FREE. The same way, we have dropped off the facility up to the Bus station at Sauraha.

    How far are the Chitwan and Sauraha?

    Chitwan National Park is located in the Chitwan district. Sauraha is a small village and tourist hub near the national Park where most of the hotels/resorts are located. The Bus from Pokhara and Kathmandu drop travelers in the Sauraha bus stand.

    Can everyone enjoy Elephant Bath?

    Especially, the travelers visiting Chitwan National Park during the months of Summer can see and enjoy Elephant Bath. However, during monsoon and winter, you can not participate due to cold water and a high level of water in the river.

    Is it possible to enjoy the Jeep Safari throughout the year?

    The best way of enjoying the wildlife of Chitwan National Park is through Jeep Safari. The Jeep Safaris in Chitwan National Park are conducted from the 1st week of October till the end of June. However, Jeep Safari in Bishajari Taal (20,000 Lake) is possible throughout a year.

    What standards of accommodation can I expect during Wildlife Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park?

    Depending upon your budget, the different standards of Hotels and resorts are available in Sauraha area of Chitwan National Park. However, Oriental Journeys provides its travelers with a Tourist standard accommodation. The accommodations have A/C and will provide you all the meals in a packaged trip.

    What are the foods that I can expect during Chitwan Jungle Safari?

    Normally, the lodge provides meals in a buffet with a variety. If there are minimum guests they have to serve then you can choose from the menu also. The menu has always a choice of American, Mexican, Chinese, Indian, Nepali food.

    What is the best season to go for Chitwan Jungle Safari?

    People visit Chitwan throughout the year. However, February to Mid June and September to December are the best time to go for Chitwan Jungle Safari. Compared to Kathmandu and Pokhara, Chitwan lies at a lower altitude with a warm temperature during the wintertime.

    Is it hot in Chitwan? What temperature can we expect in Chitwan National Park?

    Since the national park lies at a lower elevation, it is a bit warmer than Kathmandu and Pokhara. But, the region is colder during the winter months (December – February). It is generally misty with much humid air.

    What about the electricity? Can I charge my Phone, iPod, digital camera, or batteries?

    The lodges in Sauraha and Chitwan area are equipped with electricity facilities. You can easily get them recharged. We advise to bring a charger and adapter with. You can easily buy one in local shops to fit your gadgets.

    Can I buy a Local Sim card? How about the telephone Calls?

    You may acquire a Nepali Sim card at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, or you can simply get one from stores near your accommodation in Thamel and Sauraha, Chitwan. Nepal Telecom and NCell are two telecommunications providers that distribute tourist SIM cards. To obtain an ID card, you must produce a copy of your passport as well as a passport-size photograph. You can make calls and utilize a volume-based internet using a sim card. It will bill standard call rates. You may also use the telephones at the hotel where you will be staying.

    How much money should I carry as an additional?

    During your stay in Chitwan, three nights of lodging and three meals per day are included in the Chitwan Wildlife Jungle Safari excursion. However, depending on your drinking and spending habits, you may require more funds for personal bills and beverages. A day’s worth of USD 10 to 15 would usually suffice.

    How will we get the drinking water during Chitwan Jungle Safari? Is it safe to drink tap water? Shall I have to bring water purifying tablets/filter?

    The tap water is not recommended to drink freely. The bus on the way to Chitwan and Kathmandu will serve you with a bottle of sealed drinking water. The hotel will serve you with bottled water per day per person. Additionally, you can buy a bottle of water  You can buy a bottle of water with a cost of NPR 30 per bottle.

    What about the extra night stay in Chitwan? Can I add an extra day in the packaged trip in your website?

    Yes, you can stay an extra day by paying additional costs on top of the package cost. The extra cost should cover the salary for guides, accommodation, and food. Besides the set activities, we can add extra activities of the additional day.

    Cost Includes

    • 3 nights accommodation on 4 Star hotels in Kathmandu on a B&B basis.
    • 4 Nights at Landmark Forest Resort with full board meal.
    • An English speaking Licenced guide
    • Breakfast in Kathmandu
    • Full Board Meal in Chitwan
    • All the ground transportation as per the itinerary

    Cost Excludes

    • International and Domestic Airfare
    • Domestic Airfare
    • Extra Hotel stay in Kathmandu and Chitwan
    • Personal Expenses
    • International Flight
    • Drinks & Beverages

    Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari - Fixed Departure Cost & Dates


    There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

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    3450USD

    3,105USD

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    Duration Duration
    8 Days
    Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
    1360
    Activities Activities
    Sightseeing | Jungle Safari | Birdwatching | Village Walk
    Destination Destination
    Nepal
    Start/End Point Start/End Point
    Kathmandu - Kathmandu
    Transportation Transportation
    Airport Transfers | Domestic Flight | Private vehicle for Sightseeing
    Grade Grade
    Easy
    Nature of Trip Nature of Trip
    Cultural Tour & Wildlife Safari
    Meals Meals
    7 Breakfast | 2 Lunch | 3 Dinner
    Group Size Group Size
    1-16 People
    Best Seasons Best Seasons
    Aug - Dec | Jan - Jun
    Accommodation Accommodation
    4 Nights in 3* Star Hotel | 3 Nights in Eco Resort

    The very same plain area brings you down to the tropical and flat lowland on a luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari. This contrasts sharply with Hills and Mountains. Chitwan National Park has become one of Terai’s crown jewels. Nepal is a land of hills and mountains that has attracted travelers from all over the world for hundreds of years. However, for a long time, the lowland Terai, which borders India, has been a popular tourist destination. The plains of Nepal are only 100 meters above sea level.

    Highlights of Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari

    • Take a scenic flight.
    • Wonderful Vacation spot
    • Thrilling Dugout Canoe Ride Exciting Jeep Safari and Jungle Walk
    • Observe many birds, among the more than 400 species present inside the National Park.
    • Encounter with rare Royal Bengal tigers and Indian one-horn rhinos, sloth bears, langurs, monkeys, wild bears, leopards, jungle cats, and numerous varieties of deer are among the animals seen.

    A one-horned rhinoceros breeding effort has been effective in this national park. In addition, you will have the opportunity to see wildlife such as rhinos, numerous species of monkeys and deer, and even a tiger on occasion.

    The Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari gives you the opportunity to thoroughly experience the wonders of Chitwan National Park while staying in five-star accommodations. You may also organize a family vacation to Nepal to see a wide range of scenery.

    How to get there

    The National Park is one of Nepal’s most popular tourist sites. Because the national park is located in Terai’s plains, it is easily accessible by flight or highway from other cities. It is 45 kilometers from Bharatpur Airport. In Chitwan, even transportation is excellent.

    Who can book Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari?

    Luxury Chitwan Wildlife Safari trip is a relaxing and enjoyable tour of Nepal’s tropical jungle, Chitwan National Park. The trip is ideal for those seeking a pleasant place to stay. People of all ages, couples, families, students, groups, solitary travelers, and LGBTI groups can book the trip. However, a diversified lodging facility caters to people of various financial levels.

    Day 01: Welcome to the Land of Himalayas

    As soon as you cross the Nepalese border, you’ll be greeted by stunning views of the valley, the Himalayas, and terraced fields below. Following your exit from customs, an Oriental Journeys representative awaits you outside to lead you through Kathmandu’s small and twisting streets. The agent will assist you with your hotel accommodations. You may spend the evening exploring Thamel, a popular tourist destination. This is a nice enough location to eat your first dinner at any of the restaurants available. In Thamel, you may eat both western and Nepali food. In Kathmandu’s valley, you may learn more about diverse cultures including Hinduism and Buddhism.

    Day 02: Explore cultural highlights of Kathmandu

    Kathmandu is a culturally diverse city that offers much more than hiking. Kathmandu’s cultural attractions are a significant part of learning about Hinduism and Buddhism. Aside from that, you’ll be able to see beautiful woodcarving, painting, and sculptures, as well as heritage places with highly unique architecture and living traditions in the area. In the evening, you will dine on Nepalese cuisine.

    Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Bharatpur and drive to Chitwan

    Oriental Journey’s representative will pick you up from your hotel early in the morning and send you off at the domestic terminal of Tribhuvan International Airport. You will arrive in Bharatpur after 20 minutes of flying. You have a private vehicle to take you to Chitwan from Bharatpur. Bharatpur is 45 kilometers from Chitwan National Park. Your lodge is 15 to 20 minutes away.

    Once you reach the Chitwan National Park area, you will see a variety of landscapes and civilizations. As you reach Chitwan, you will see the plain country, which is called in Nepal as Terai. People here have a blend of Nepali and North Indian culture, and their language is a combination of Nepali and North Indian languages. Chitwan is where you’ll spend the night.

    Day 04: Jeep and foot safari

    The safari activities in Chitwan National Park will be well enjoyed by you. During the jungle safari walk, you will almost certainly witness some of the most stunning wildlife creatures. One-horned rhinoceros, spotted deer, hog deer, sambar deer, barking deer, gharial crocodiles, and a variety of bird species are all likely to be seen. You could even glimpse a leopard, sloth bear, or Royal Bengal Tiger if you’re lucky.

    Day 05: Boat safari down the river

    Without a doubt, each day will be unforgettable. Today, take a lengthy boat ride from the river’s side to the Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge, where you will spend the night. Because the boats are close to the water, you will have an excellent possibility of seeing wildlife such as gharial crocodiles, tiger, and rhinoceros along the water’s edge, as well as a variety of birds. You may eat in the shade of a mango tree, take a cool swim in the poo, enjoy a game of tennis, or sway softly in a hammock with a book after you arrive to Tiger Tops Tharu resort. In the evening, you may also go on a bullock cart ride into Tharu village for more upscale fun. From your window, you may listen to the sounds of the forest at night.

    Day 06: Enjoy your day exploring around

    You’ll be spending the entire day with elephants today. You must get up early in the morning and follow the elephants into the grasslands beside the river to do this. The elephant caregiver, also known as a mahout in Nepali, cuts and collects the grass for the elephants throughout the day. At the same time, you may have a traditional cup of Nepali tea while watching elephants graze in the morning mist. If you’re interested, you may get involved in cutting and tying the grass; nevertheless, the process is more difficult than it appears. After breakfast, you’ll return to the elephant camp, where you’ll spend the night. Spend the rest of the mornings with the Mahouts, learning how to care for elephants. Lunch will be served at 12 p.m.

    If the weather permits, go for a stroll in the forest with the elephants and mahouts in the afternoon. This time, you’ll get lots of opportunities to see elephants move, eat, and listen to their communication, which is largely rumbling and trumpeting. The naturalist will tell you all you need to know about the area, including the environment, grasslands, and wetlands, as well as elephants. Depending on the path you select, you may see tigers, deer, rhinos, and a variety of bird species on your stroll. You may watch all the things that Mahouts do with elephants in the evening as well.

    Day 07: Fly back to Kathmandu

    You will be driven to a rural activity in the morning before leaving Chitwan and driving to Kathmandu. Kathmandu is reached through a picturesque short flight. Take a walk around Thamel. In the evening, there will be a farewell supper.

    Day 08: Depart to your destination

    You may spend your last minutes in Kathmandu with breakfast and souvenir shopping, since you have arranged your departure from Kathmandu for today. The agent will return to your hotel to pick you up and send you off at the airport. It’s a good idea to be at the airport at least two hours before your trip.

    How long does it take to get to Chitwan National Park?

    The most convenient method to get to Chitwan National Park is to fly from Kathmandu to Bharatpur and then drive. Aside from that, there is a tourist bus/AC bus from Kathmandu that takes around 6-7 hours. Around 7 a.m., buses depart from Nayabazar, near Thamel in Kathmandu. Tourist buses depart at 6.30 a.m. from the tourist bus terminal in Pokhara and take 7 hours. Similarly, for a more pleasant journey, hire a private vehicle.

    How far is Chitwan from Pokhara?

    The approximate distance between Pokhara and Chitwan is 147 km and can be reached in a 5 to 6-hour drive.

    Are all safari activities carried inside the National Park?

    The activities other than the Elephant back Safari, are carried inside the Chitwan National Park. Elephant Back Safari is done in Community Forest near Sauraha.

    Is there any discount for Child?

    Definitely, you will have a child discount offer. The child below four years are freely allowed to enter whereas below 10, need to pay 70% of the Adult Price. The child above 10 years has to pay the full fee.

    How long will it take the bus from Kathmandu to Chitwan? Is it the same time from Chitwan to Pokhara?

    The exact time for a drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan is just 5 hours but due to highway traffic it will take approximately 6-7 hours. In normal condition, the Tourist Bus from Pokhara will take you to Chitwan in around 5-6 hours.

    Is there internet facility with free WI-FI in the Lodge?

    Most of the lodges/resort/hotel we use, have internet facility with FREE Wi-Fi.

    Is it safe to travel by Road?

    Traveling by road in Nepal is safe, especially by tourist coach is completely safe. However, we suggest that you take a Private Vehicle for a more reliable and convenient journey.

    Do you provide a pick-up from Bus Station?

    We do have a pickup service for the traveler traveling by bus. One of a representative from Oriental Journeys comes to pick-up at Sauraha Bus Station for FREE. The same way, we have dropped off the facility up to the Bus station at Sauraha.

    How far are the Chitwan and Sauraha?

    Chitwan National Park is located in the Chitwan district. Sauraha is a small village and tourist hub near the national Park where most of the hotels/resorts are located. The Bus from Pokhara and Kathmandu drop travelers in the Sauraha bus stand.

    Can everyone enjoy Elephant Bath?

    Especially, the travelers visiting Chitwan National Park during the months of Summer can see and enjoy Elephant Bath. However, during monsoon and winter, you can not participate due to cold water and a high level of water in the river.

    Is it possible to enjoy the Jeep Safari throughout the year?

    The best way of enjoying the wildlife of Chitwan National Park is through Jeep Safari. The Jeep Safaris in Chitwan National Park are conducted from the 1st week of October till the end of June. However, Jeep Safari in Bishajari Taal (20,000 Lake) is possible throughout a year.

    What standards of accommodation can I expect during Wildlife Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park?

    Depending upon your budget, the different standards of Hotels and resorts are available in Sauraha area of Chitwan National Park. However, Oriental Journeys provides its travelers with a Tourist standard accommodation. The accommodations have A/C and will provide you all the meals in a packaged trip.

    What are the foods that I can expect during Chitwan Jungle Safari?

    Normally, the lodge provides meals in a buffet with a variety. If there are minimum guests they have to serve then you can choose from the menu also. The menu has always a choice of American, Mexican, Chinese, Indian, Nepali food.

    What is the best season to go for Chitwan Jungle Safari?

    People visit Chitwan throughout the year. However, February to Mid June and September to December are the best time to go for Chitwan Jungle Safari. Compared to Kathmandu and Pokhara, Chitwan lies at a lower altitude with a warm temperature during the wintertime.

    Is it hot in Chitwan? What temperature can we expect in Chitwan National Park?

    Since the national park lies at a lower elevation, it is a bit warmer than Kathmandu and Pokhara. But, the region is colder during the winter months (December – February). It is generally misty with much humid air.

    What about the electricity? Can I charge my Phone, iPod, digital camera, or batteries?

    The lodges in Sauraha and Chitwan area are equipped with electricity facilities. You can easily get them recharged. We advise to bring a charger and adapter with. You can easily buy one in local shops to fit your gadgets.

    Can I buy a Local Sim card? How about the telephone Calls?

    You may acquire a Nepali Sim card at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, or you can simply get one from stores near your accommodation in Thamel and Sauraha, Chitwan. Nepal Telecom and NCell are two telecommunications providers that distribute tourist SIM cards. To obtain an ID card, you must produce a copy of your passport as well as a passport-size photograph. You can make calls and utilize a volume-based internet using a sim card. It will bill standard call rates. You may also use the telephones at the hotel where you will be staying.

    How much money should I carry as an additional?

    During your stay in Chitwan, three nights of lodging and three meals per day are included in the Chitwan Wildlife Jungle Safari excursion. However, depending on your drinking and spending habits, you may require more funds for personal bills and beverages. A day’s worth of USD 10 to 15 would usually suffice.

    How will we get the drinking water during Chitwan Jungle Safari? Is it safe to drink tap water? Shall I have to bring water purifying tablets/filter?

    The tap water is not recommended to drink freely. The bus on the way to Chitwan and Kathmandu will serve you with a bottle of sealed drinking water. The hotel will serve you with bottled water per day per person. Additionally, you can buy a bottle of water  You can buy a bottle of water with a cost of NPR 30 per bottle.

    What about the extra night stay in Chitwan? Can I add an extra day in the packaged trip in your website?

    Yes, you can stay an extra day by paying additional costs on top of the package cost. The extra cost should cover the salary for guides, accommodation, and food. Besides the set activities, we can add extra activities of the additional day.

    Cost Includes

    • 3 nights accommodation on 4 Star hotels in Kathmandu on a B&B basis.
    • 4 Nights at Landmark Forest Resort with full board meal.
    • An English speaking Licenced guide
    • Breakfast in Kathmandu
    • Full Board Meal in Chitwan
    • All the ground transportation as per the itinerary

    Cost Excludes

    • International and Domestic Airfare
    • Domestic Airfare
    • Extra Hotel stay in Kathmandu and Chitwan
    • Personal Expenses
    • International Flight
    • Drinks & Beverages

    There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

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