Nurture Nepal Treks and Expedition would love to offer package tour to Chitwan National park to our travellers.Sauraha is the most important tourist destination in Nepal. Sauraha is located at Bacchyauli village in the eastern part of Chitwan district and is famous for obervation of various wild animals and birds. The Chitwan National Park, rich in natural beauty and biodiversity has become one of the most popular destination for tourist. Sauraha offers a multitude of activities suited for the entertainment of the tourist. It is possible to observe different wild anials and birds in the natural forest of the Chitwan National Park by riding an elephant or vehicle. The adventurous jungle walk, elephant ride, jeep safari, canoe ride, tonka ride, Tharu cultural program, camel ride, elephant bath, observation of wild life trophy exhibition, views of sunrise and sunset are the major tourist activities abailable in Sauraha. Similarly, the traditional culture of Tharu community is also the speciality of the area. Sauraha is famous for the study and observation of the indigenous tradition and cultual heritage of Sauraha. The Bachhyauli village considered the tourist heart of Sauraha reminds of both side by attractive resorts and foreign tourists moving around puts Sauraha in an equal footing to any tourist hotpots of Kathmandu. The new visitors are amazed by the number of attractive tourist places along the 7 km distance from Tandi Chowk to Saurha Chowk. The climbate here is surprisingly clean and cool despite being located in the middle of Terai. Elephant race, bullock art race, tonka race, canoe race and elaphant football competition are organized in Sauraha for tourism promotion every year towards the end of December. Even foreigners also participate in these competitions. Sauraha is located 7 km from Tandi along the East West Highway that is situated some 162 km west of Kathmandu. Tonkas, carts drawn by ponies, ferry tourist from Tandi to Sauraha. Flight from Kathmandu to the Bharatpur airport, 11 km away from Sauraha., takes 30 minutes. Regular tourist buses depart to Sauraha at 7 AM from Kathmandu, Kantipath. More than 70 hotels and resorts operating in Sauraha that serve the tourist.
While you are in the jungle it is suggested that you do not wear bright clothes.
Comfortable walking shoes, a sun hat, sunglasses, and insect repellent are essential.
Binoculars add greatly to your enjoyment of bird and wildlife viewing.
Enjoy 3 days of jungle excitement in Nepal during this tour of Chitwan National Park from Kathmandu. Ride atop an elephant to view spectacular wildlife and scenery. See Royal Bengal tigers and one-horned rhinos. Visit a traditional Tharu village
Explore Chitwan National Park
Journey deep into the jungle atop an elephant
Follow tiger tracks through the jungle with your trained naturalist guide
Visit Nepal's largest elephant breeding center
Learn about the life and lifestyle of the local Tharu people
Canoe on the lakes and rivers of Chitwan
See a vast array of colorful and endangered birds
Encounter crocodiles basking on the riverbanks
Come face-to-face with an armor-plated one-horned rhinoceros
Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan National Park (Meals: L, D)
Transfer from Kathmandu along the scenic Prithivi Highway. In Chitwan, you'll be met by a tour representative who will take you to your hotel for a welcome drink and time to freshen up. You'll get a safari briefing by your nature guide while having lunch. Enjoy a short rest, before visiting a village of the ethnic Tharu people. Take a short hike or ox ride through the village and visit the museum. Watch the sunset from the riverbank, before dinner and a program of Nepalese culture at the hotel.
Day 2: Chitwan National Park (Meals: B, L, D)
After breakfast, enjoy adventure excursions which can include a canoe ride, a jungle walk looking for tigers, leopards, and other wildlife, or a visit to an elephant breeding farm.
Day 3: Birdwatching Tour and Departure (Meals: B)
Enjoy morning birdwatching in the national park. Chitwan attracts the largest number of birds in Nepal, including several endangered species. Depending on the time of year, common sightings will include Brahminy ducks, kingfisher, egret, and the paradise flycatcher. Return to your hotel for breakfast, then transfer to Kathmandu.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off service
Services of an English-speaking guide
Meals (as listed in the itinerary)
Park entrance fees
All activities as per itinerary
Optional activity costs