Chitwan Jungle Safari

Trip Overview

Among the 14 national parks and wildlife reserves in the country, the Chitwan National Park, an area of 540 square kilometres of the terai region, the very fertile lowland of Nepal, affords excellent wildlife viewing opportunities. More than 43 species of animals are found in Chitwan. Among the larger animals, you have an excellent chance of seeing the Indian one horned rhino, sambar and chital deer, guar, langur and rhesus monkeys, mongoose, jackal, otter and crocodile. The more elusive animals in the park include tiger, leopard, leopard cat, sloth bear and Indian bison. Over 300 species of birds have been recorded in the park.

Wildlife activities are managed and escorted by experienced naturalists and shikharis; they include elephant-back safaris, nature walks, dugout canoe excursions, village tours, bird watching and jungle drives: some or all of which can be organised depending on individual interests.

Day to Day Activity

Day 01: Drive to Chitwan,
Day 02: A full day jungle activities,
Day 03: Drive back Kathmandu,
Day 04: Depart Kathmandu,

Note: You only get Bed and Breakfast in Kathmandu. You are on full board in Chitwan.

  • Day 01: Drive to Chitwan,
    It’s about 165 kilometers drive from Kathmandu to our Safari lodge: a small complex of huts with attached bathrooms, and a larger dining room/bar area, sited just on the edge of the Chitwan National Park. After lunch there will be an elephant-back safari into the beautiful lush jungle. If we are lucky we may spot deer and one-horned rhino.

    Day 02: A full day jungle activities,
    There will be a dug out canoe ride, bird watching and jungle walk as well as a visit to a local Tharu village to learn about their traditional culture. If elephants are available we may get a second elephant safari and at certain times of the year we may be able to help bath the elephants. Throughout the day we hope to spot rhino, deer, crocodiles, antelope and numerous birds and if we are very lucky, the elusive Royal Bengal tiger.

    Day 03: Drive back Kathmandu,
    This morning we have one last chance to explore the area before leaving the lodge for the drive back to Kathmandu. Overnight at the Hotel Yak and Yeti.

    Day 04: Depart Kathmandu,
    You’ll be transferred to the airport for the flight back home.


Price Includes

» Arrival and departure transfer
» Transport-Comfortable Mini Bus, elephant, on foot, canoe
» Accommodation-Hotels (3nts), Lodge(2nts)
» Jungle activities in Chitwan
» Local guide and naturalist
» All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner), snacks, welcome drink, Tea/Coffee as listed in the itinerary
» Domestic flights and applicable taxes.
» All National Park permits and entrance fees
» Comprehensive medical kit

Price Excludes

» Personal expenses such as soft drinks, beverage, postage, laundry
» Meals in Kathmandu.
» International flights and departure taxes
» Visa and passport fees
» Travel insurance
» Emergency evacuation
» Tips and gratuities
» Costs arising from unforeseen events outside the control of Griffon Travel

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Griffon Travel is an adventure company in Kathmandu, Nepal, which has been established by experience people from the Himalayas
Address: Minbhawan, Kathmandu, Nepal