Chitwan National Park, which is situated in Chitwan district about 140km far from Kathmandu valley. Chitwan National Park is frequently visited and is the first choice destination for jungle safari. Those who are interested in flora and fauna, Chitwan Jungle Safari is the best destination. The park is easily accessible from Kathmandu valley or Pokhara valley and equally en route for those heading to/from the Indian border at Birgunj and points east and only a short detour if coming to/from western Nepal or the border at Sunauli.
Chitwan National Park is situated in inner Tarai plain, which lies between Chure Hills and Mahabharat Range in about 932 sq. km. to the north the park contains a narrow strip of flood plain along the Narayani and Rapti Rivers, a part of the Chitwan Valley. Frequently visit section of the park encompasses the Someshwar Hills, which reach a maximum height of 138m and are largely inaccessible to visitors. In the east the national park is adjoined by the Parsa Wildlife Reserve, which is not well developed for visitors, but provides important additional landscape for wildlife.
Through the Chitwan Jungle Safari, visitors can see three basic vegetation types: open grassland, vegetation and hardwood forest in flora section. On the other hand visitors in Chitwan Jungle Safari get the chance to go with elephant and can see the endanger animals like one horned rhinoceros, west bengal tigers, gharial crocodiles, different species of mammals, birds and butterflies in fauna section.
Elephant Back Safari is frequently used and the most popular medium for Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour. This is one of the best living experiences that visitors undergo in Chitwan Jungle Safari. Sitting back on the elephant, visitors can go all over the park area. Elephant Back Safari is safety and most pleasurable experience inChitwan Jungle Safari that no one wants to miss. If you are not in hurry and want to observe the park closely through your eyes, then Elephant back Safari is the best option available for you. Sitting back on the elephant, you can easily watch most dangerous animals like tiger, rhino, gharial crocodiles through your eyes.
Canoeing trip is another medium used for Chitwan Jungle Safari. This trip goes along the Rapti and Narayani Rivers which is the most restful way of seeing the wildlife, particularly water birds, mugger and gharial crocodiles. If you are lucky in canoeing trip you might catch a glimpse of a fresh water jangetic dolphin as they are rare.
Jeep Safari is another available medium for Chitwan Jungle Safari. If you are hurry and want to visit park in short period of time this safari through jeep may be best solution to satisfy your desire. Most jeep rides take three or four hours and include a visit to the park headquarters at Kasara, about 20km west on Sauraha, and the nearby Gharial Breeding Centre.
If you think to go Chitwan Jungle Safari on foot, jungle walk trip is also available. Jungle safari on foot, jungle walk trip is also available. Jungle Safari on foot is really an interesting experience that anyone wants to have. But, if you go alone and if you don’t have any experience of jungle walk you may be the victim of wild animals. It is better to go jungle walk with highly experienced guide. Most lodges and agencies have their own guides, there are also the members of independent local guides, and they are knowledgeable about the parks wildlife and where to find it. As a result your jungle walk trip becomes more fruitful and interesting.
In the Chitwan Jungle Safari, besides flora and fauna, staying in Sauraha gives you an excellent opportunity to explore the surrounding countryside, either on foot or bicycle; you get the opportunity to know Tharu culture. The nearest Tharu village is Bachauli, east of Sauraha towards the Gaida Wildlife Camp.
Pick up from arrival point. Reception, escort guest up to the room, Fresh up
16:00 Cultural Tour (visit to Tharu Village)
18:00 Slide show Program / Tharu Stick Dance
8:00 Canoeing, Elephant ride, Visit to Elephant Breeding center
15:00 Elephant back Safari
6:00 Wakeup call
6:30 Tea / Coffee
7:00 Bird watching