Give yourself an opportunity to know the near to extinct wild lives in their habitat as well as a prospect to relax in the lap of nature with a wild safari in Chitwan National Park.
Experience the exotic journey to the UNESCO enlisted oldest National park in Nepal with Chitwan Junge Safari.
Chitwan Jungle Safari is an exciting and exotic way to explore the wildlife in its natural habitat. National Park of Chitwan is situated in south-central Nepal, covering an area of 932 square km in the subtropical lowland of the inner Terai. It has long been one of the country's treasures and a fabulous wildlife sanctuary. The name 'Chitwan" means ' Heart of the Jungle'. This majestic place is home of the endangered Royal Bengal tiger, the Indian one-horn rhino, sloth bear, Langur monkeys, wild boar, leopards, jungle cats, various types of deer, and over 400 species of colorful birds. You will discover a dense forest and twisting vines, similarly, various exotic wild animals like elephants, crocodiles, pythons, and brilliantly colored birds. And, if you are fortunate the superb Royal Bengal Tiger.
Chitwan Jungle Safari offer a wilderness of rich ecosystem that includes mammals, birds, reptiles and water animals of several kinds. You will also discover a lost world of towering trees and twisting vines of pre-historic rhino and lumbering elephants, sharing home with these are other animals like rhesus monkey, grey langur, deer, leopards and wild cats etc. You can go deep into the heart of the park, viewing some of the rare species of flora and fauna. You can also go on foot in to the park escorted by well-trained guides who will interpret to you the concealed secrets of the jungle. Chitwan jungle safari is certainly an adventure that the whole families can enjoy.
Elephant safari provides an opportunity to get a closer view of the endangered one-horned rhinoceros. One may also get a glimpse of the elusive Bengal tiger. Elephant Breeding Center at Khorsor, Sauraha gives you information on captive elephants and the calves born there. The museum at Kasara, the park headquarters, has informative displays. Near the HQ visitors can see Bikram Baba, a Hindu religious site of archival value. A short walk (1km) from the park HQ will take you to the Gharial Breeding Center, which is also home to the Marsh mugger and number of turtles.
Another most important factor adding to the Chitwan experience is the colorful Tharu Culture, their way of living, culture and tradition and heart touching Tharu Dance. Here you will do many activities likes Jungle Safari on elephant back, jungle walk, canoe ride, jeep drive and much more.
Best time to visit,
Wildlife spotting is outstanding in late January and February when the towering grass, several meters high gets annually cut by the villagers for their own use. October to December is also an excellent time because of the increased chance to spot tigers, elephants, and other wildlife as they gather around the waterholes. Sloth bears are rare to spot.