Chitwan Jungle Safari packages offer a wilderness of rich ecosystem that includes mammals, birds, reptiles and water animals of several kinds. The highlights of this park are the 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros and some hundred nocturnal Royal Bengal tigers that live in the dense forests of the park. You will discover a lost world of towering trees and twisting vines, of pre-historic rhino and lumbering elephants, crocodile, python and deer; brilliantly colored birds and if you are fortunate – the superb Royal Bengal Tiger. Sharing home with these are other animals like a rhesus monkey, gray langur, deer, leopards and wild cats, etc. Another most important factor adding to the Chitwan experience is the colorful Tharu Culture, their way of living, culture and tradition and heart touching Tharu Dance. Here you will do many activities likes Jungle Safari on elephant back, jungle walk, canoe ride, jeep drive and much more.
13:00 hrs- Arrival: A reception will be hosted by the Naturalist, refreshment, briefing about the program.
14:00 hrs- Lunch
16:00 hrs- Visiting elephant stable and Tharu Village.
19:30 hrs- Dinner and briefing the program for next day.
06:00 hrs- Wake up call for morning activities
07:00 hrs- Breakfast
07:30 hrs- Canoe ride for 30 minutes along the government authorities. River and Jungle walk. Chances to
see many kinds of birds, Rhinoceros, Deer, Tiger, and many more.
15:00 hrs- Elephant Back Safari through open grassland & forest on the back and look out for Rhino &
other wild animals closely but safely.
17:00 hrs- Culture Program
19:30 hrs- Dinner and Overnight
06:00 hrs- Wake Up call & forward to Birdwatching
08:00 hrs- Breakfast
09:30 hrs- Departure
Although the Terai can be cool during the winter, It can be stiflingly hot during the summer months. If you are headed there in winter, bring along a sweater or jacket. Summer months require cool clothes, good walking shoes, a shady hat and sunscreen, Make sure your clothes are in colors-like brown and green-that help you blend into the background Carry along some mosquito repellant, anti-diarrhea tablets and anti-histamines. Meanwhile, along with photo equipment, a pair of binoculars will prove invaluable. If you are closer to the monsoon months, carry some waterproof jackets and an extra pair of shoes. Just in case.
The Terai jungles are also famous for leeches that appear in the monsoon and are around for a few months after, Salt or a lighted cigarette will make them fall off, do not pull them off as the wound may get infected. Try an insect repellant to keep them away.