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Chitwan literally means “heart of the jungle”. In recent years Chitwan tops the list of things to do in Asia. It is a truly wildlife adventure of a different kind – jungle safaris on elephant backs or jeeps, birdwatching, canoe rides and jungle walks.
The Chitwan National Park is Asia’s best preserved conservation area, where wildlife thrives and their habitats remain intact. Only half-hour flight from Kathmandu, the park lies in the Inner Terai lowlands and consists of Sal forests, tall elephant grasslands, hills, ox-box lakes and flood plains of the Narayani, Rapti and Reu rivers. Enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Natural) in 1984, the park spreads over an area of 932 sq. km.

Things to do:

EXPERIENCING WILDLIFE:

The park is home to 56 species of mammals, 49 species of amphibians and reptiles, and 525 species of birds. Wildlife found here include endangered species like the one-horned rhinoceros and the Royal Bengal tiger, gaur, wild elephant, four-horned antelope, leopard, sloth bear, wild boar, rhesus monkey, grey langur monkey, wild dog, small wild cats, and many other smaller animals. Also found here are cobras, kraits and pythons. The swampy areas and numerous oxbow lakes of Chitwan provide a home for the marsh mugger crocodiles. In a stretch of the Narayani River are found one of the few remaining populations of the rare and endangered fish-only eating gharial, or Gangetic crocodile. Also found here is one of the world’s four species of freshwater dolphins.

BIRDWATCHING :

The park is a great place to watch colorful birds like woodpecker, hornbill, Bengal florican and red-headed trogon. Winter birds such as waterfowls, Brahminy duck, pintails and bareheaded geese are drawn by the sanctuary of the park’s rivers. In summers, the forest is alive with nesting migrants such as the fabulous paradise flycatcher, the Indian pitta and parakeets. Winter birds include migratory birds from Siberia.

JUNGLE SAFARI :

A typical 2-nights/3-days jungle safari includes wildlife safari on elephants, canoe ride to watch the crocodiles and water birds, rural tour to view the lifestyle of the indigenous Tharu people, and nature walks to see the exotic flora and fauna. Apart from the jungle safari, the Elephant Breeding Center and Gharial Crocodile Farm, where these animals and reptiles have been successfully bred in captivity, are worth a visit.

VISITING DEVGHAT:

About 6 km to the north of Bharatpur, on the way to the Chitwan National Park, is a prominent pilgrimage site Devghat, at the confluence of the Trishuli and the Kali Gandaki rivers, which then form the Narayani, a major tributary of the Ganga. Confluences of major rivers such as these are considered very holy. On the day of Makar Sankranti, the first day of the Nepali month of Magh in January, pilgrims converge here to take holy dips. There are a large number of shrines, temples, ashrams and old age homes at Devghat. Balmiki Ashram was a retreat used by the great Hindu sage Balmiki, where Sita came to live with her two sons Lav and Kush after separating from Ram. The ashram is situated in a forest on the bank of the Tribeni River, at the southwestern corner of the national park.

TREKKING CHEPANG HILL TRAIL:

Chitwan midhills, home of the indigenous Chepangs, provide interesting trekking tours leading to rustic Chepang villages, birdwatching opportunities and wonderful views of the mountains and the surrounding hills and plains. The trail can be started or ended at Hugdi that lies on the Kathmandu-Chitwan highway, and one can go rafting on the Trishuli River upto this point. The other end of the trail is Shaktikhor. More information is available about the Chepang Hill Trail on New Products section.

Climate:
The climate in Chitwan is sub-tropical with hot and humid summers and mild winters.

Day 01. Arrival transfers to hotel by private vehicle.
Check into hotel with welcome drink. Rest of the day is free for individual activities and shopping. Depend as per the arrival schedule. Over night stay at hotel.
Day 02. Full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing.
by private vehicle (vehicle depend as per the group size) including: Pashupatinath Temple / Bouddhanath Stupa / Buddhanilkantha (Sleeping Vishnu)/ Swayambhunath Stupa / Patan Durbar Square & Bhaktapur Durbar square. Over night stay at hotel.
Day 03. Departure to Pokhara .
by same private vehicle. Check into hotel with welcome drink. Late after noon Boating on Fewa lake. Over night stay at Hotel.
Day 04. Full day Pokhara valley sightseeing.
by private vehicle including: DeviÂ’s fall / Gupteshwar cave / Vindhyabashini temple / White river (Seti Gorge) / Regional Museum / Super market and Lakeside market. Over night stay at hotel.
Day 05. Departure to Royal Chitwan National Park.
by same vehicle. Check into hotel with welcome drink. After Lunch visit elephant breeding Center. Over night stay at hotel.
Day 06. Full day Jungle activities at chitwan.
including: Crocodile safari on Rapti River / Elephant Safari / Jungle walk / Bird watching & Tharu (ethnic) culture dance. Over night stay at hotel.
Day 07. Departure to Kathmandu.
Check into hotel. Rest of the day is free for shopping.

Day 08. Departure transfers to Airport.

The Company is not liable for any refunds after the departure date of the scheduled itinerary.
Cancellation should be made 48 hours before departure and a 40% cancellation charge is approved besides tax, transportation and permit. See specific information below.
No refund will be given if the program ends before the provided itinerary date.
The Company is not to be held responsible for your early termination of a trek should our experienced leader feels it is unsafe for you to continue due to fitness and/or health issues
The Company is not liable for an unconvinced or rescheduling due to natural, political or bureaucratic circumstances
The Company is not responsible for delays caused by local weather conditions resulting in international flights being missed
The Company is not responsible for the financial implications of rescue. Please ensure you have the appropriate insurance to cover these situations before you arrive in Nepal
Our staffs are very experienced in leading treks at all altitudes. It is their responsibility to ensure your safety, their conclusions regard safety are final and should you not follow their advice the Company cannot be held responsible for the outcome.
If you wish to cancel your trip for any reason the following scale of charges will apply:
Date of Cancellation Charge Incurred
2 months before departure Loss of deposit. (40% of Total Trip Cost TTC.)
29 days to 2 months before departure 50% of TTC.
10 to 28 days before departure 70% of TTC.
Less than 10 days before departure 100% of TTC.

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