Covering an area of 93, 200 hectares, Chitwan National park is extended over 4 major cities including Chitwan, Parsa, Nawalparasi, and Makwanpur. The whole area is covered with lush vegetation, showcasing the exceptional beauty of nature.
Starting the day with an early morning breakfast, you will join for the first activity in the park, canoe ride. The canoe ride is usually organized early in the morning because on the day the temperature increases significantly and makes it difficult for the ride.
Canoe ride: Canoe ride in the National Park is a great opportunity for those who want to observe the surrounding of the area. During the canoe ride, you can enjoy the sights of Gharials sun basking and waterbirds resting or searching for the prey.
Jungle Safari: Jungle safari is one of the thrilling activities of the National Park as it allows you to get closure to the natural habitat of the wild lives. You can choose your ride among the elephant or jeep. On this safari, you will enjoy the sights of Rhinos, Deers, Leopards, and many more.
Tharu Village Tour: The indigenous community of the area, the Tharu community is continuing to live their lives on mud and clay built houses with a thatched roof. Believed to be the descendants of the Buddha, they have a unique lifestyle. They rely on hunting, fishing, cultivation, and also have great knowledge on medicinal plants.
Tharu Cultural Show: Apart from their unique lifestyle, the culture and tradition of the community outstand in the crowd. The one-hour long culture show helps one to get an insight into the cultural side of the community. The major highlights of the show include Stick dance, Fire Dance, Mayur dance, and many more.
Be a part of this exhilarating experience in the exotic city, Chitwan, and make memories amid the lush woodlands and serene beauty of the park.