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When you visit Chitwan, the nature parks come to mind. During the Rana regime (1846 – 1950) this place was known as a hunting place. The Rana rulers invited their foreign guests and they organized hunting programs, including many animals, such as Deer, tiger etc. But today we live in the age of nature conservation and such hunting events are prohibited. Today the park is called “Chitwan National Park” and no longer “Royal Chitwan National Park” because the monarchy is now a thing of the past in Nepal.

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Deers in Chitwan national park

This park is one of the largest forest areas in Asia. Here you can find animals such as the rhinoceros, many types of deer, leopards, wild pigs, freshwater dolphins, crocodiles, more than 350 bird species and also the Bengal tiger. You can also ride elephants, go on day hikes, canoeing and trekking. The game “Elefanten Polo” is also famous here for the water-loving, there is also the possibility to drive from Kathmandu to the Trishuli or Seti khola river and then come to Chitwan by boat. Chitwan is approximately 165 km. from Kathmandu. It takes about 5 hours. by bus. Chitwan literally means heart of the forest.

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Bengal Tiger

One of the most visited places, if you are visiting Nepal, would be Chitwan National Park. Established in 1973 as Nepal’s first ever national park, the park encircles the area of 93200 hectares and is the sanctuary for the last population of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceros. The site was enlisted in the UNESCO world heritage site in 1984. Chitwan National Park is the home for various flora and fauna. The region boasts Bengal tiger, crocodiles, deer, leopards, wild elephant and so forth. The national park is an epitome of the natural ecosystem. If you are fortunate, on clear weather, you might come across some of the wild animals in the park. However, encountering a Bengal tiger might make you the luckiest. You have various alternatives to go on a trip to Chitwan National Park. You may choose an elephant ride or do a jungle safari trip in a private vehicle.

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  • Jungle Safari
  • Elephant ride
  • Tharu Cultural Show
  • Nature Walk
  • Canoeing at Rapti River
  • Elephant Breeding Centre
  • Twenty Thousand Lake (Bishazari Tal)
  • Jalbire Waterfall
  • & many more
Day 1
Arrival in ktm

Day 2
Drive to chitwan national park

Day 3
Jungle safari in Chitwan National Park

Day 4
Drive to Lumbini

Day 5
Explore Lumbini garden and surrounding area

Day 6
Drive to Airport (Bhairahawa) and fly back to Ktm

Day 7
Sight seen of ktm the world heritage site

Day 8
Final departure

Cost Includes;

  • Airport pick & drop
  • Domestic flight from Bhairahawa to Kathmandu.
  • All ground transportations
  • Entry fee for Chitwan national park.
  • Well come dinner & farewell dinner
  • All necessaries Govt. taxes.

Cost Excludes:

  • Private expenses
  • All the beverages like mineral water, cold drinks, Alcoholic drinks etc.
  • Personal tips for the staffs
  • Shower in hotels
  • Telephone charges,
  • Using the internet


What is the distance between Chitwan and Kathmandu?

The total distance from Kathmandu to Chitwan is around 150 km. However, if you choose to travel to the lodge inside the park, that might be around 175 km.

How long does it take to travel from Kathmandu to Chitwan?

If you choose a private vehicle, that might take you around 4-5 hours to reach Chitwan. There is going to be a significant fall to 35-40 minutes.

Is Chitwan worth visiting?

Impulsively yes. Chitwan has something to delight everyone. Whether you are a nature-lover, adventure enthusiast or spiritual, the destination furnishes it all. It is absolutely a must-visit place if you are in Nepal.

What to wear during the safari ride?

We suggest you wear casual attire. On no account should you put on the bright colour attire as it gains attraction of the wild animals/birds. We would recommend apparel with neutral colours and long sleeve and full pants/trousers, as there are chances you might to get scratches during the safari ride.

How to travel to Chitwan?

You can either choose a public vehicle, private transport or plane to travel. The flight normally takes 35-40 minutes to reach Chitwan but is relatively expensive to surface transport.

How long to spend in Chitwan?

The recommended stay would be at least 3-4 days. However, you can spend as many time as you please to.

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Trip Facts

  • Surface/Plane
  • 2-10 pax
  • 415 metres
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