Chitwan Luxury Tour is a tour package in which you spend a total of three nights and four days in Chitwan in luxury doing jungle related activities at the Chitwan National Park and Wildlife sanctuary. It is an overwhelming experience of having to spend time out where jungle activities are so made to make you feel at home in this natural eco-friendly environment.
As we now know the Chitwan Luxury Tour happens in and around the wildlife sanctuary of Chitwan. Chitwan is in the south-middle of Nepal and lies in the Terai, which is the strip of land at the south sharing its border commonly with India. Chitwan National Park came into being in the year 1968, nearly fifty-year now intending to provide natural space for animals to flourish accordingly when rampant destruction of the habitants was inconclusive to them.
This provides be played well and animal life which was once on the brink of dying out began to bounce back. So much so, that Chitwan National Park, has now become a haven for the royal Bengal Tiger, the one-horned rhino and many other species. This park happens to boast of having more than 68 species of mammals, 543 species of birds and a total of over 700 species of reptiles and others. It is a well-kept national park where the share of its well-being is given to the Tharu tribe who help in its protection along with the government. Entry into it is allowed by the government without the detrimental effect of eco-destruction which is commonly the case elsewhere. You happen to do the Chitwan Luxury Tour in precisely such an environment.
Day 1: Destination Chitwan
Day 2: Activities in Chitwan
Day 3: Activities in Chitwan Continue
Day 4: Destination home
- Explore around Chitwan National Park
- Visit Tharu Village
- Enjoy Elephant Safari
- Carry out Jeep Drive
- Relish Bird Watching
- Experience Canoe Ride
- Visit the Elephant Breeding Centre
- Encounter One-horned rhinoceros & many other animals & birds sightings
Taking the Chitwan Luxury Tour, there is much in for you. You get to Chitwan either Pokhara or Kathmandu, depending on where you want to start the tour from, in a tourist coach, which gives you a scenic drive from there of the lush verdure hills, rivers and the wayside villages, a precursor for what lies ahead. You are checked into a Luxury four-star resort in the fringes of the natural park. Then in the day you arrive and the other three days which follows, you are taken and you do a variety of refreshing jungle related activities. Some of which worth mentioning are visiting villages of the local tribe, the Tharus. Seeing how elephants are breed at the centre for such activities, taking jungle safaris on the back of an elephant with a naturalist showing you what to look out for or jeep safaris more or less on the same note. Going to sunset point for a beautiful view of the sun setting over the Chitwan jungle, canoeing downing the Rapti River, Elephant bathing, cycling in the jungle, taking walks into the jungle with a naturalist and then bird watching for viewing any of the over 500 plus species of birds the Chitwan forest is known for. That by the time the trip is over you will be looking out for more.
Anything worth noting?
Yes, as all is provided on this trip, it is always comforting to bring the proper clothing to be worn here. Remember that Chitwan is hot and humid as it is in the subtropical region. But it can get a bit chilly in the winters during December and January months. Cardigans and jackets will do the trick. The months of Mid-June to end of September can be wet due to the monsoon, so if you don’t constantly being drenched in the rain, a proper raincoat will be helpful. Please try to avoid colourful clothing animals get distracted by colour.
What is Included
- Transportation to and from Kathmandu or Pokhara by tourist a/c bus.
- Luxury A/C Accommodation in Chitwan.
- All meals of breakfast, lunch and dinner including tea and coffee.
- Highly experienced nature guide during the safari.
- National park and conservation area permit & fees.
- All jungle activities as per the itinerary.
- Government Tax.
- Tourist service charge.
What is Not Included
- Transportation by Flight or Private Car.
- Any type of personal expenses, such as alcoholic beverages and drinks, phone and laundry.
- Travel insurance, trip cancellation costs, accident or health emergency, loss, theft or damage to baggage and personal effects.
- Tips & Gratuities.
Chitwan jungle safari is all about safari programs organized at the Chitwan National Park to observe wildlife including different species of birds, mammals and the natural environment of the park as well as witness the unique culture and traditions of Tharu community who are the local residents of Chitwan in Nepal.
It’s all about staying at the world-class luxury hotels in Chitwan and jungle safari at the Chitwan National Park.
Chitwan is located in the plains of Nepal called ‘Terai’ with Bharatpur – the fourth largest city of Nepal. Chitwan is closer to ‘Sunauli’ the border town of Nepal and India. Another popular tourist destination from Sunauli is Varanashi. Chitwan is also closer to Lumbini – the birthplace of Lord Buddha.
Chitwan national park is located in the Southern Central Terai plains of Nepal closer to the city of Bharatpur. The park was established in 1973 and is Nepal’s first national park. It is also the UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the finest wildlife reserves in South Asia.
Chitwan national park is popular for one of the best wildlife observing in Asia. The prime attraction is the One-horned Rhinos, Royal Bengal Tiger besides other wildlife, different bird species and the natural environment of the park. The park has over 450 sorts of colorful & endangered birds, and an incredible variety of other fauna and flora.
Chitwan wildlife safari offers various wildlife sightings like one horn rhino, different kinds of deer, sloth bears, leopards, crocodiles, monkeys as well as many different species of butterflies, insects and if luck favors ‘Royal Bengal Tiger’.
Chitwan can be reached either via drive or flight. You can connect with Chitwan either from Kathmandu or Pokhara including India via Sunauli border including from Lumbini. Various tourist buses ply from Kathmandu and Pokhara and the service of a private vehicle can also be taken.
Yes, there are flights to Chitwan both from Kathmandu or Pokhara. Kathmandu to Chitwan flight duration is 20 minutes with flight operating almost the whole day. Pokhara to Chitwan flight duration is just 10 minutes but this flight is limited, only one flight per day.
Drive Kathmandu to Chitwan is possible which duration is 5-6 hours and from Pokhara to Chitwan is also 5-6 hours. Please note these driving hours depend upon the traffic conditions on the highway and can be more. You can take either a tourist bus or private car for driving into Chitwan from Kathmandu/Pokhara.
It’s safe to travel by road but since Nepal is a mountainous country so you may find the highway a bit smaller than your country. Also during monsoon, there can be landslides en-route blocking the highway for hours. But the drivers are experienced and will take you to your destination without any risks.
Pick-up from Bharatpur airport is available as per your hotel location which costs a little extra besides your Chitwan package cost.
Yes, pick-up from Sauraha Bus Station is available and there won’t be any extra cost. We shall be waiting for you at the station then transfer to your hotel upon arriv
Chitwan is a district name and Sauraha is the small village in Chitwan. Sauraha is the tourist hotspot with many hotels, lodges, restaurants, pubs, shops etc like Thamel or lakeside of Pokhara.
All the activities are done inside the Chitwan National Park except for elephant safari which is done in a community forest.
Safety is our prime concern. All of our nature guides are well trained and have many years of experience make sure all the activities are carried out safe and sound. They routinely conduct the areas where activities are done and avoid any areas which are under risk.
Elephant safari in Chitwan is the most popular activity in which you explore the jungle on an elephant’s back. Elephant safari is done in a group, so any individual needs to join with another person/group. The total number of a person in one elephant is four people.
Elephant Bathing is possible during the summer season only since in winter, it will be too cold for the elephant to go to the river.
Jeep safari in Chitwan is another interesting and popular activity though it’s possible from the 1st week of October till the end of June. In monsoon, the road inside the jungle will be impassable due to floods. But alternate Jeep Safari in 20,000 Lake is possible round the year.
Yes, you can opt for Jeep Safari instead of Elephant Back Safari as per your wis
Staying overnight in the jungle can be done which you need to tell your travel agent in advance so that they can arrange accordingly. You will have a packed lunch and head out to the jungle in the evening with your jungle guide and stay in the treehouse/jungle house and wait for the animals to show up.
Yes, you can and you will have your own room but for jungle activities, you need to join with a group i.e. other travelers from the same hotel.
Yes, there are ATM in Chitwan but not inside the Chitwan National Park but outside at Sauraha.
Yes, you can use a credit card at most of the good hotels.
Most of the luxury hotels in Chitwan have a swimming pool but there are also hotels where a swimming pool isn’t available.
There are several five-star hotel in Chitwan with best of service with comfortable rooms and state of the art facilities which you will be amazed in the middle of nowhere or amid the jungle.
There are several luxury hotel in Chitwan from three star hotel in chitwan to 4 star hotel in chitwan including five star accommodation.
All food and drinks besides alcoholic beverages are included during your Chitwan stay which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meals served will be international cuisine including Nepali cuisine (Daal, Bhat). Usually on the last day, only breakfast is included.
All the fee to enter Chitwan National Park is already covered and already included in your tour cost, you don’t need to worry about it.
Packing list for Chitwan national park wildlife safari depends upon your time of travel. In summer (Mar, – May) light clothing is recommended since Chitwan is in plain so it will be very warm. In winter (Sep-Jan) requires warm clothing and in monsoon (Jun – Aug) rain gears need to be packed. Colorful clothes aren’t recommended during the safari as it may attract wild animals.
Chitwan jungle safari price depends upon your duration of travel. Chitwan safari packages can be 1 night/2 days, 2 nights/3 days, 3 night/4 days, 4 night/5 days including day tour so the price depends on which package you are booking.
Anyone can participate in Chitwan Jungle Safari and suitable for all age groups, and you don’t have to be fit since it won’t require long days of walk or climbing of any sort. In fact, Chitwan Wildlife safari is a relaxing program after a tiring hike up in the mountains.
We have a team of highly experienced and professionally trained tour guides who are thoroughly versed in culture and history of each place of the places you will be visiting.
We operate Chitwan Jungle Adventure with your personal guide and can be organised as per the desired traveling dates.
We use comfortable car/mini-van for the sightseeing tours. For up to 2 people, car is provided and mini-van is for the group 3-10 people.
The tour duration is 3 nights/4 days.
Clothing varies with the type of tour and season. It’s warm in Kathmandu from April to October-end and from November to March-end, days are usually warm but evening colder. Summer clothes are okay during the day time but the evening requires a light jackets. Winter is from December till February so bring along sufficient winter wears like jackets, sweaters, trousers etc. Or you can purchase clothes of your choice in Kathmandu clothing stores too.
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Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park is the UNESCO Natural Wolrd Heritage site located in the plains Terai of Nepal. A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. The park is especially renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile.