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    Chitwan National Park

    First national park in Nepal.

    43 species of mammals.

    Elephant rides.

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    Chitwan National Park

    First national park in Nepal.

    43 species of mammals.

    Elephant rides.

  • slide
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    Chitwan National Park

    First national park in Nepal.

    43 species of mammals.

    Elephant rides.

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    Chitwan National Park

    First national park in Nepal.

    43 species of mammals.

    Elephant rides.

Chitwan National Park

Chitwan is the first national park in Nepal and is located in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal in the Chitwan District. The typical vegetation is Himalayan subtropical broadleaf forests with predominantly Sal trees, covering about 70% of the national park area. The wide range of vegetation types in the Chitwan National Park is haunt of more than 700 species of wildlife. Chitwan National Park is home to at least 43 species of mammals including sloth bears, rhinoceros, elephants, gaurs. The "King of the Jungle" is the Bengal tiger. Leopards are most prevalent on the peripheries of the park. There are hundreds of hotels outside the national park, which conduct around 800 elephant rides. On the edge of the national park, Sauraha is a well-known spot for tourists. Accessible from the nearby Bharatpur Airport, Sauraha offers a choice of hotels, lodges and restaurants.

We suggest the following 3-days tour:

Day 1:

- By tourist bus or by flight from Kathmandu to Chitwan (Bhairaya airport).

- Pick up from Arrival Point.

- Reception, welcome drinks and introduction to your room.

- Freshen up and briefing session.

- Lunch.

- Cultural Tour.

- Riverside Sunset view.

- Tharu stick dance.

- Dinner.

- Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 2:

- Wake up call.

- Breakfast.

- Canoe ride and elephant breeding centre visit.

- Lunch.

- Elephant back safari.

- Dinner.

- Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 3:

- Wake up call.

- Tea/ Coffee.

- Bird Watching.

- Breakfast.

- Departure to bus station or airport by tourist bus, then depart from Chitwan to Kathmandu and transfer to your hotel.