Jungle Safari

The Chitwan Nepal Jungle Safari package is for anyone who likes to explore the untouched trails and unspoiled beauty of the natural horizons of forests with its wildlife.

  • Chitwan Nepal National Park
  • Itinerary for Jungle Safari


The Royal Chitwan National Park is the third most visited area in Nepal after trekking and Kathmandu valley. The beautiful natural reserve with area of 932 sq km is located 175 km south-west of Kathmandu near to the Indian border in the Terai or jungle area of Nepal . The park was formed in 1973 as an animal sanctuary for the rapidly declining species of rhino and tiger, and today offers one of the finest wildlife experiences in Asia with Jungle Safari in Nepal. The park now contains an estimated 400 Indian one-horned rhinoceros, 80 Royal Bengal tigers, plus another 50 species of mammals and 400 different types of bird. We offer a 2 nights/3 day all-inclusive package trips to Chitwan using a luxurious jungle lodge within the National Park or outside park resorts as per below:

Resort Price Remark
Royal Park Hotel $160 USD Outside National
Park
Island Jungle Resort $308 USD Inside the Park
Machan Wildlife Resort $376 USD Inside the Park
Tiger Top Tented Camp $604 USD Inside the Park

Cost includes:
All jungle activities such as elephant safari, traditional dug-out canoe ride, nature walk, and bird-watching, national park fees, all meals and accommodations.
Cost does not include:
Airport transfers ($10 per person), transfer cost to and from Chitwan ($176 per person by air and $30 per person by tourist bus)

Note: The accommodations are in twin sharing basis.



The elephant back jungle safari through the park to see the animals is a special attraction. A canoe ride on the Rapti river with crocodiles passing by is unmistakably the greatest jungle experience. Visits to the elephant breeding farm, Wild Life Tracing, Jungle/Nature Walk, Bird Watching, Jeep Safari, Camping, Cultural Programme.

Day Program
1 Transfer to Chitwan, arrive at lunchtime.
Afternoon – elephant safari
Evening – slide presentation followed by dinner
2 Wake-up call, early morning canoe trip
Morning – elephant briefing
Evening – display of traditional dancing followed by dinner
3 Wake-up call, early morning bird watching
Departure mid-morning