Nepal is the best destination for Trekking, Mountaineering, and wild nature with wildlife adventure activities. Nepal has many National Parks and Wildlife Reserves. Among them, Chitwan National Park is the pioneer. It was established in 1973 and granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. Located in the Inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal in Nawalparasi, Chitwan, and Makwanpur, the CNP must-visit site for any visitor.
Satori Adventures offers you a visit to the Chitwan National Park to cater to the interest of the visitors who will be opportune to see one-horned rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, Crocodiles, to name some of them. You will indeed feel the thrill of the wilderness while exploring the deep forest. During the Chitwan Jungle Safari, you will have a significant experience of wildlife.
Jungle Safari, either by Jeep or by Elephant ride, offers you the rare sight of wild animals like one-horned rhino, Bengal tigers, elephants, snakes, deer, monkeys, etc. Elephant and crocodile breeding centers are also the main attractions of the Chitwan National Park. You can see the two rare species of the gharial mugger crocodiles in close-up too. Canoeing across the Rapti River, Bird watching, walking across the Jungle on the one hand, and exploring the Tharu museum and typical Tharu villages on the other make your journey to Chitwan a rare experience in life.
Jungle Safari Tour in Chitwan can take place throughout the year. However, the most appropriate time is between October and March, when the temperature averages 25 degrees Celsius.
Satori Adventures offers you various packages such as the on- night-two-day, two-night-three-day, and three-night-and-four-day. You can make your own choice as per your desire and interests.
The Suitable time to visit Chitwan National Park is from October to March. In the Summer, it is scalding, and during the Monsoon river swell, and part of the park becomes inaccessible. From October to March, it is not hot and not so cold. The temperature averages 25 degrees Celsius.
We can reach Chitwan National by Road and by Flights. By Air: Daily flights from Kathmandu to Bharatpur, which takes 25 minutes, then drive 30 minutes from Bharatpur to Chitwan National Park. By Road: Daily Tourists bus operates from Kathmandu, Lumbini, and Pokhara to Chitwan National Park.
Chitwan National Park is a place where we can observe birds, insects, reptiles, etc., so we have to take Binoculars, flashlights, Insect repellents, Jackets, sun block, sunglasses, comfortable walking shoes. Jeweler and Valuable items are not necessary to take.
Some attractions tour highlights are; Chitwan National Park museum, Tharu Museum, One horn Rhinos, Bengal tigers, wild boar, Gaur, four species of deer, two species of monkeys, two species of Crocodiles, leopard, feral cats, different types of reptiles, and over 500 species of birds. There is two Breedings center; one is Crocodile breeding center, and another is an Elephant Breeding center.