Taste the wilderness of a rich ecosystem! Chitwan National Park; a dense forest in the south of central Nepal covers 932 sq. km. land in subtropical low land of Terai and is a homeland to various species of animals. It is actually a wildlife sanctuary that treasures a number of rare species of birds and animals. Talking about the variety, it offers a wide variety of mammals, birds, reptiles and water animals, and many more. The word “Chitwan” is made up of two Nepali words, Chit and Wan, Chit means heart and wan means jungle, therefore, the name itself symbolizes the heart of the jungle. Being the heart of the jungle, it treasures a number of endangered species of animals like the one-horned rhino, Bengal tiger, etc. You can also encounter langur monkeys, wild boars, sloth bears, jungle cats, pythons, crocodiles, elephants and different species of deer, and over 500 species of birds.
Chitwan jungle safari tours is not just about animals and birds, it is more than that. Canoeing and walking around the Tharu villages nearby to explore their unique culture and lifestyle. Get treated to an authentic Tharu cultural dance and Nepalese cuisine. Chitwan National Park is included under the list of UNESCO heritage sites, therefore, hold the pride of visiting the UNESCO listed sites as you explore the wildlife in its natural and undisturbed habitat.
As you explore the jungle on the jeep and traverse inside its denseness, you will taste the wilderness that the dense Sal forests of the national park behold. Watching the wildlife deep inside the forest would be an inspiration. With the sight of animals walking together in their own herd, monkeys feeding their baby monkeys, rhinos drinking water on the bank of Rapti River, we will realize how animals have their own way of Living. What adds to your journey is the sunset view at the bank of Rapti River, nothing could have been more tantalizing!
So get ready to explore the dense forests in Chitwan National Park! Nepal Hiking Team is here to make your trip a memorable journey!