Chitwan National Park the very first national park covering the area of 932 sq. km. in the flat lowland region of southern-central part of Nepal.In fact, Chitwan National Park–the name literally means “Heart of the Jungle” in Sanskrit – has become one of the most spectacular sights in Nepal. Pristine, gorgeous Royal Chitwan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Nepal’s jewels.The jungle is left completely natural, with a constantly changing vegetation due to flooding and erosion by the river Rapti. It’s beautiful dense forest and plain grassy lands are home for many rare species. 68 species of mammals, 500 species of birds,600 different species of butterflies, the firefly, nocturnal beetle enchanting by nights with their dancing light to brighten which up lodge and tented camp of Chitwan National Park.The park is especially renowned for its protection of the endangered One- Horned Rhino,Royal Bengal Tiger, and Gharial Crocodile along with many other common species of wild animals. The park also secures populations of endangered species such as gaur, wild elephant, four horned antelope, striped hyena, pangolin, Gangetic dolphin, monitor lizard, python, sambar, chital, hog deer, barking deer, sloth deer, common leopard, ratel, palm civet, wild dog, langur and rhesus monkeys.


Start your Chitwan National Park experience at the Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) or Kathmandu bus station at 7am on day one, proceeding on 25 minutes of flight or 5-hour ride to Chitwan. On your arrival our staff will receive you will be transfered to resorts with welcome drink and short briefing for the day followed by short village tour of Tharu community to know more about there culture and lifestyle. Your day will end up with Tharu cultural dance presentation along with dinner.
On day two you'll enjoy a jeep safari in the Chitwan wetlands, keeping your eyes peeled for creatures like rhinos, deer, bison and monkeys, leopards and Bengal tigers and many others small animals that have made Chitwan their home. Canoe ride along the rapti river, an excellent oppurtunity for bird watching,elephant safari, jungle walk where on the way back you can enjoy elephant bathing. Ending your activities day with the beautiful sunset view from the bank of Rapti river.
We'll be up early again today after a delicious breakfast we'll visit the Nepali Elephant Breeding Center for one last interaction with these majestic, gentle giants before you depart back to Kathmandu.

Quick Facts

Days: 3

Price: USD $220


Difficulty: Medium


  • You will have excellent chance of spotting one horn rhino.
  • Different endangered species of flora and fauna.
  • Jungle safari on Elephants/Jeep to see Royal Bengal Tiger.
  • Magestic view of Churia hills, ox-bow lakes, and the flood plains of Rapti, Reu and Narayani Rivers.
  • Experience Tharu Cultural Programme


Being a forest area you are advised to bring few dark colored clothes, Sun Hats, Sun Block,Sun glasses,Insect Repellants, Flashlights, Cameras, Binoculors and whatever else you might deem necessar
Jeep Safari in Chitwan National Park is only possible from 1st week of October till end of June. However alternate Jeep Safari in 20,000 Lake is possible throughout a year

Happy Customers

Suresh Panta
Suresh Panta

The trip was really awesome. Everything was well planned and organized. I loved the way my friend Nimesh did the job. Thanks for it. Cheers…

Andrea De Baat
Andrea De Baat

I did a 3 day hike and had a fantastic time! Nimesh took care of everything and was able to arrange last minute permits for my trip. All was organized perfectly and I had a very good guide that adapted to my walking speed, explained me about the plants and animals and answered all my questions about the Nepalese culture. I can definitely recommend TapoBhumi!

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