Nepal not only boasts sky piercing peaks and mountains, it is also home to a plethora of cultural and wildlife reserves. Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site, is one of the protected areas in Nepal famous for its astounding natural riches. The Chitwan Jungle Safari explore the home of the one-horned rhinos, elephants, Bengal tigers, musk deers, and plenty other wild birds and animals. Be one with nature as you scout the green terrain on the back of a 4 wheeler or a gentle elephant. From the cultural dance of Tharus to the dance of wild monkeys, the Chitwan Jungle Safari has it all.
The Chitwan Jungle Safari tour commences with your arrival in Kathmandu. We shall take a thorough tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Kathmandu Valley. The initial aspect involves taking a quick stroll around the religious sites like Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, and Boudhanath. These sites are the cultural symbols of Hinduism and Buddhism. Next, marvel at the architectural allure of Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square which dates back hundreds of years. Then we head towards the main attraction of this tour, Chitwan National Park. We drive through Prithvi Highway which later joins the Narayanghat-Muglin Highway and ultimately take us to Chitwan. You will find a great contrast in climate and temperature here. We shall visit the Chitwan National Park which is filled with wild animals found only in selected countries in the world. Walk through the lush vegetation and find rare creatures which include the Bengal Tiger and the one-horned rhinoceros. We shall visit also the Elephant Breeding Center near the national park and take a quick boating trip in Rapti River before finally heading back to the Kathmandu Valley. The trip comes to an end with your departure.
If you want a travelling partner then choose Eternal Himalaya. We boast one of the highest customer satisfaction and repetition rates. Our seasoned staff and guides are bound to make your journey joyful and adventurous. For more information, please contact us.