Wild Adventure Resort Chitwan Resort Nepal
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About Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park is rich in flora and fauna, including one of the last populations of single-horned Indian Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) and the Bengal tiger Panthera tigris tigris. The area was known as "Four Mile Forest" (चार कोसे झाडी) and a hunting reserve for big game hunting until 1951. Chitwan National park is now a popular destination for ecotourists and includes canoeing, elephant rides, and guided jungle walks. Adjacent to the Chitwan National Park in the east is the Parsa Wildlife Reserve (49.900 ha) and further east the Bara Hunting Reserve (25.900 ha). In the south the Chitwan is contiguous with the Indian Valmiki Tiger Reserve. The vegetation consits mainly of moist deciduous forests, with the sal as dominating tree species. In the Churia Hills pine trees predominate. On the floodplains of the large Rivers, by name the Rapti, the Reu and the Narayani there are large areas covered with Elephant grass alternating with riverine Forests mainly composed of Simal, Khair and Sisau trees. The Chitwan National Park is home to at least 43 species of mammals, 450 species of birds, and 45 species of amphibians and reptiles. Elephants and Indian rhinos are the largest species found in the park, but a lot of other large herbivores are found in the Chitwan National park, gaur, sambar deer, Indian muntjac, chital, hog deer, mainland serow, chousingha and wild boar. Three large predator species, tigers, leopards, dholes prey on them and carrion eaters like striped hyenas are also found. Sloth bears are among the main attractions of the Park. Smaller carivore species are golden jackal, yellow-throated marten, ratel, smooth coated otter, small Indian civet, large Indian civet, spotted linsang, common palm civet, binturong, small Indian mongoose, Indian grey mongoose, crab-eating mongose, leopard cat, marbled cat and fishing cat. Further mammal species found in the park are rhesus monkeys, hanuman langurs, Indian pangolin, northern palm squirrel, red giant flying squirrel, particoloured flying squirrel, Indian porcupine, hispid hare, Indian hare and ganges dolphin. Among the reptiles marsh crocoiles, gharials and Indian python are the largest. Chitwan National Park covers an area of 932 km² and is the oldest national park of Nepal established in 1973. It was granted the status of a World Heritage Site in 1984. It is located at the foot of the Himalayas in the Terai region, and the park is rich in flora and fauna, which include one of the last populations of single-horned Indian Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) and the Bengal tiger. The area used to be known as the Chitwan Valley. It was a place for big game hunting and until 1951 it was a hunting reserve. At the park there is canoeing, elephant rides, and guided jungle walks.

Best Chitwan Package Program

2 Nights / 3 Days Package Program

The Two nights / Three day package includes: 1. Tharu Village Visit 2. Elephant stable visit 3.Visit to sunset point 4. Elephant back safari, 5. Canoe Trip, 6.Jungle (nature walk) Walk, 7.Elephant bathing in Rapti River, 8.Cultural program 9.visit to elephant breeding center to see baby elephant, 10. Bird watching program

Day 1
  • Pick up from Arrival Point.
  • Reception, welcome drinks and introduction to your room.
  • Freshen up and briefing session.
  • Lunch
  • Cultural Tour ( To Visit Tharu Village)
  • Riverside Sunset view
  • Tharu stick dance
  • Dinner

Day 2
  • Wake up Call
  • Breakfast
  • Canoeing Ride and Elephant Breeding Centre Visit.
  • Lunch
  • Elephant Back safari
  • Dinner

Day 3
  • Wake up Call
  • Tea/ Coffee
  • Bird Watching
  • Breakfast
  • Departure