There are several ways to explore Chitwan National Park. Chitwan National Park Activities are divided into different ways like safari, driving, boating/canoeing, walking, and watching. These are the major activities in National Park. It is the first National Park in Nepal established in 1973 and sign to Nepal world heritage site in 1984. 932 km2 (360 sq mi) is the area of Chitwan National Park and located in the subtropical region of Southern-central Nepal in the districts of Chitwan, Parsa, Nawalparasi, and Makwanpur.
It is one of the most popular tourist destinations for Chitwan National Park activities. Sauraha and the Meghauli are the two entrances of the National park and Sauraha is more fascinated due to the local village area and many hotels are established to engage the tourist to the National Park.
List of Chitwan National Park Activities
Chitwan Elephant Safari
Elephant offers an advantage of height and allows better views of rare one-horned Rhinoceros, Spotted Deer, Stripped Hyena, Barking Deer, Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Wild Dog and other mammals.
Jungle drive or Jeep Safari gives the adrenaline experience of close up views of rhinos, deer and other wild beasts.
Boating/ Canoeing Trip
Canoe trip continues along the gushing Rapti River. It offers amazing views of crocodiles and water birds.
Nature Walk in Chitwan
While choosing this activity, never explore alone and always follow the instructions of your guide.
Bird Watching Tour in Chiwan
Jungle and wetlands in this park are best for bird watching tour. Many local and migratory birds like florican bird, red-headed trogon, bareheaded geese and hornbill and other endangered species can be viewed in the forest in Chitwan.
Choose the package that suits you. Chitwan Safari-1 Night 2 Days, Chitwan Safari- 2 Nights 3 Days and Chitwan Safari-3 Nights 4 Days are the packages that we offer. October to April is the best month for visiting Chitwan.
The top attraction to visit Chitwan National park are listed below:
· Narayani River
· Elephant breeding center
· Gharial crocodile
· Tharu Cultural Museum
· Bishazari Tal