2 nights 3 days Chitwan classic safari program (stay in resort outside the park)

Day 1 

  • Leave Kathmandu or Pokhara on a tourist bus in the morning to Chitwan
  • Reach in Chitwan after about 5 hours drive
  • See the jungle guide in the bus terminal and proceed to the camp/resort welcome drinks
  • Introductory talk by the program manager
  • Lunch served
  • A little rest after a little tour around Tharu (Chitwan's an indigenous tribe) village
  • Dinner
  • Good night.

Day 2 

  • AM breakfast.
  • Then start out canoe trip followed by a Nature Walk program or visit to the Elephant Breeding Farm.
  • Take a break PM, Lunch, Elephant Back Safari programs.
  • Dinner and
  • Overnight in bungalow. 

Day 3 

  • Wake up with bed tea
  • Refresh and rush to go for bird watching tour (this tour must 
  • be made at the time birds awake and head for food just before sun dawn)
  • Return to camp, heavy breakfast
  • Time to say good bye to the staffs,proceed to the bus
  • Bus starts late morning from Chitwan to Kathmandu or Pokhara.


Similar to above but an extra full day, you can relax in the wonderful natural garden and write memorable diary, read books or choose any of your optional activities on the extra cost. Guides are always there to help you. Food supply and sleep is still in the package for the extra day. 

The prices for above safari programs will be inclusive of all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea or coffee), all accommodations in private room with bathroom in twin sharing basis (single stay in a room is also possible), all payable government avenues and all jungle safari activities. The prices for above safari programs will be exclusive of any alcoholic drinks, coca-cola, mineral water, any expenses of personal nature and the air transportation. We are not responsible for any extra expenses due to road blockage; sudden announced public strikes, or any natural disaster

There are also lodges/resorts formed inside the National Park, which are more expensive to join the safari tour. We are agreed to certain companies such as Gaida Jungle Lodge, Tiger Tops and others.

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