The Chitwan region has had a long history of conservation. For many years it was the Royal hunting grounds for the Kings and dignitaries of Nepal and therefore was not hunted by the general public. It did however become a favorite spot for big game safari hunters in the late nineteenth and early to mid-twentieth centuries. This was coupled with a surge in local human populations following the development of anti-malaria medicines in the mid-twentieth century.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01: Arrival At Kathmandu
Arrive in Kathmandu. Meeting and assistance at airport upon arrival and transfer to hotel. Afternoon, visit Old Kathmandu city with its stone paved lanes which includes Kathmandu Durbar Square, Kumari Ghar, Kasthamandap, Tribhuwan Museum & other temples dotted inside Hanuman Dhoka area. After visit, continue to Swoyambhunath stupa located at hilltop overlooking Kathmandu valley. Swoyambhunath stupa is also known as “Monkey temple” and is popular for view of Himalayas and entire valley floor. Overnight at Hotel
Swayambhu a large stupa, highly revered in Nepal, and one of the most sacred Buddhist sites in the country. It offers great views over the city, and no lack of monkeys. As ...
Swayambhu, Kathmandu 44620, Nepal
Day 02: Kathmandu To Chitwan
Morning, drive along a scenic mountain highway to Chitwan. Upon arrival check-in at Jungle Lodge. After lunch, commence on a half-day Jungle activities such as Elephant back safari to see wildlife of Nepal.
The Chitwan National park is one of the finest national parks in Asia, it lies in the lowlands of south-central Nepal, covering an area of 932 sq. km and is listed a World Heritage site since 1984. It is renowned for its variety and amount of wildlife. It is home for some endangered species such as The Royal Bengal Tiger, One horned Rhinoceros, Leopard, Gaurs as well as Sloth Bear, Monkeys and varieties of Deer etc. Overnight at Jungle Lodge
The Chitwan National park is one of the finest national parks in Asia, it lies in the lowlands of south-central Nepal, covering an area of 932 sq. km and is listed a World Heritage site since 1984. It is renowned for its variety and amount of wildlife. It is home for some endangered species such as The Royal Bengal Tiger, One horned Rhinoceros, Leopard, Gaurs as well as Sloth Bear, Monkeys and varieties of Deer etc. Commence on a full-day Jungle activities such as Canoe ride on Rapti river to see Crocodile & Water birds, Tharu village visit to see their lifestyle, Nature walk and Bird watching to explore more wildlife of Nepal. Overnight at Jungle Lodge
If you came to Chitwan to relax, the canoe ride is a good way to do so. Also after a few days in the wild, this is great chance to become calm again. With a canoe you will ...
Chitwan National Park, Sauraha, Chitwan, Nepal
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Day 04: Chitwan To Kathmandu
Morning, drive back to Kathmandu retracing the same highway. Upon arrival, check-in at hotel. Overnight at Hotel
Travel from Chitwan to Kathmandu
Fly from Bharatpur
Taxi to Simara, fly
Day 05: Half Day Sightseeing & Departure From Kathmandu
Morning, visit the temple of Pashupatinath, situated on the banks of the sacred Bagmati river, temple of Lord Shiva. Pashupatinath, with a tiered golden roof and silver doors, is famous for its superb architecture and is the holiest of Hindu shrines in Nepal. Proceed further to one of Nepal's largest Stupa of Bodhnath. This Stupa, set in a pattern of a "Mandala" is encircled by houses and monasteries where Rinpoches (Buddhist monks) reside. Around the base is a ring of 108 images of the Buddha and 147 insets containing prayer wheels. Transfer to Kathmandu airport in time to board outbound flight.