Government Regd. No. 61/2010
Social Welfare Council No. 42377


Royal Chitwan National Park (Jungle Safari)

Royal Chitwan National Park (Jungle Safari)

Royal Chitwan National Park (Nepal)
The Royal Chitwan National Park is synonymous with wildlife. It is one of the largest and most well known National Parks in Nepal, famous for its rhino and Bengal tigers living in their wild natural habitat.

The park is conveniently located between Kathmandu and Pokhara on the border with India. A visit to Chitwan can be as part of tour or as an extension to a trek.

You can drive or fly to Chitwan; the recommended method is the drive in, fly out to experience the scenery from both angles.
Chitwan is home to over 500 rhinos, an estimated 80 Bengal tigers, elephant, leopard and over 50 other types of animal. There are over 450 species of birds including the very colorful kingfisher. This park is reputed to be one of the best in Asia. It has no fences for much of its boundary!

The Nepalese Govt is likely to decide this year (2011) to close all hotels inside the Park boundaries. To avoid unnecessary movement, we use the highly regarded Hotel Parkland for our clients. We reserve the right to change this should accommodation not be available.

Chitwan National Park Tour Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Chitwan, Transfer to Hotel, Reception, Welcome drinks, Lunch, and Tharu Village visit, Museum and sun set tour, Dinner.

Day 02: Wake up call, breakfast, Canoeing, Jungle walk, Lunch and Jungle Drive, evening tour, Dinner, Tharu Cultural Show.

Day 03 : Wake up Call, Breakfast, Visit Elephant Breeding Center, Lunch, elephant back safari, evening walk, dinner.

Day 04 : Wake up Call, visit bird watching tour, break fast and departure.od and activities are included in the price throughout your stay.


  • Gharial Breeding Center, Kasara 1Km. A crocodile breeding center.
  • Lake Lamital
  • Lake Devital
  • Chitwan Hatisar Elephant Breeding Center A museum about elephants in Nepal and stalls for about 10 female elephants with their young ones, which are chained and don't look too happy, although breeding elephants for the national park is supposingly helpful.
  • Bishajari Tal (20000 Lakes). This lake chain is made up of many small lakes spreading and covering huge area of national park. The name however, doesn't derive from the number of lakes, but from the fact that the lakes are situated about 20 000 feet from the highway - a slight disapointment. You can do a bicycle tour to the lakes, which is quite nice as you see the nature and observe many birds, crocodiles and quite often see a rhino.
  • World Elephant Polo Competition
  • Local native dances - quite interesting and usually included in your "hotel package". Stick dancing is very loud as they hit sticks together to form a rhytm.


  • Hiking
  • Jungle Safari
  • Elephant ride
  • Boating in Rapti
  • Motorcycle Safari Explore the Jungle and traditional Tharu villages on a classic motorcycle. Hearts and Tears Motorcycle Club organise everything out of Pokhara, and bring a local nature guide along for the ride. Just amazing.

We can easily incorporate a Chitwan visit on the end of your trek. Please ask for details.