An exhilarating experience starts now. Today you will be a part of the most exciting activities of the national parks including the canoeing, jungle safari, bird watching, Tharu village tour, and Tharu cultural show.
Canoeing: The canoe ride in Chitwan National Park passes through the sores of the Rapti river and offers amazing sites of gharials basking in the sun, and beautiful water birds being playful in the bank of the river. During this trip, you will be accompanied by a guide, who will elaborate on the territories of the park and different species of birds you will see during the ride. Along the ride, you will enjoy the serene beauty of the area while you calm yourself by getting lost in the wild.
Jungle Safari: A must-to-do activities while in Chitwan National Park. You can opt for an elephant safari or jeep safari according to your needs. In the Jeep safari, you will be sitting on the beck of the open jeep to enjoy the wonders of nature. In this jungle safari trip, you will get a chance to go deeper into the jungle in comparison to the Jungle walk you were a part of yesterday's trip. Getting deeper into the jungle means you will have plenty of opportunities to witness wildlife spending their time in the natural habitat. As bright colors can scare off the animals, you need to wear black or grey colors that will grab less attention. Enjoy the sights, witness the wildlife, and have the best time in the wilderness of the national park.
Bird watching: The bird watching comes under the jungle safari ride where your guide will show you canopy and birds of different species as you enjoy the ride across the jungle. The National Park alone has 544 species of birds which include Black-winged kite, Common Hoopoe, Cotton Pygmy Goose, Common Greenshank, Yellow-bellied Prinia, Cattle Egret, Asian Pied Starling, Asian Openbill, Spotted Bush Warblers, Grey Backed Shrike, Red Naped Ibis, Grey Wagtail, and many more.
Tharu Village Tour and Visit Tharu Museum: The population of the National park is dominated by the indigenous Tharu community. Unlike other indigenous tribes, the Tharu community are still following their ancestor's footstep and still living under the small houses with a thatched roof and small doors and windows. The setting of the village is so precise that you will be awed by the beauty of the Tharu community. After visiting the village, you will visit the Tharu museum that highlights the cultural influence as well as the evolution of the indigenous community.
Tharu Cultural Show: After observing the lifestyle and the evolution of the Tharu community, in the evening, you will join for a Tharu cultural show which will highlight the tradition and culture of the community. The main attraction of the show is Mayur Dance, Fire dance, Stick dance. The 45 minutes long program help to share awareness about the Tharu culture throughout the world.
After all these activities, you will finally end your day.