park are situated at the Rapti River at the distance of 120 kms. south
west of Kathmandu. This is one of the National park listed in Natural
World Heritage Sit. This National park houses wide range of wild life
-the rare great one horned rhinoceros several species of deer, sloth
bear, leopard, wild boar, fresh water dolphin, crocodile, Royal Bengal
tiger and more than 350 species of birds. Full day jungle safari in
park includes elephant back safari, canoe trips, Tharu cultural dance
tharu village visit, jungle drive & walk bird watching tour etc.
the Royal Chitwan National Park is rich for a wide range of fauna
& flora so you should not miss this place if you are a nature
There is three type of accommodation in Royal
Chutwan National park * Inside the National park Lodge Camp * Inside
the National park tented Camp * Near the National park (Out side)
Wherever you like to stay inside or out side
of the National park does not matter We provide all the activity inside
the National park.
Chitwan National Park
Excursion & Safari
We offer you a range of accommodation,
from tradition mud huts to comfortable double rooms (all with hot water),
affordable for Varying budgets. The dinning hall boasts a varied menu
of Nepali, Chinese, Western and Vegetarian dishes. All food is hygienically
prepared, and boiled filtered water is available. The leafy garden is
a perfect place to relax after a day's activities, conducted by trained
Time & experience have proved that one of
the best ways of viewing life in the wild is atop an elephant, so at
the Jungle Safari Lodge we take you on elephant back safari to view
the wildlife of the area, in their natural habitat. Safety and security
being our prime concern, you are never alone and never without our professional
guides and naturalist.
an adventurous excursion we also offer to take you through the road
less jungle on a four-wheel drive vehicle. The slow growl of open jeeps,
the sights and sounds of real animals in the wild can be an unforgettable
Walk & Bird Watching
experiencing the wild plains of Nepal and bird watching interests you,
we suggest that you take a jungle walk with our naturalist. This walk
provides you with the ideal situation of viewing the wild animals very
close. Bird watching is always best on foot. Our specialists will help
you spot and identify the different varieties of birds, both local and
migratory, that are found in .
A slow canoe ride on the gentle rivers
of the lower Nepal plains is an experience that is surpassed in few
countries of the world. At Jungle Safari Lodge, we put you in an authentic
hand carved Nepali dugout. Not only is the canoe ride the best way to
view the riverside scenery, the ride is best for the sighting of crocodiles
and other aquatic creatures.
The jungle scenery, birds and animals
alone do not make up the unique features of Royal Chitwan National Park.
The indigenous local people, the Tharus, are also of immense interest.
you will be shown the ancient culture of the Tharu people
A cultural program performed by the
Tharus will be another highlight of your visit to the Jungle Safari
Lodge. The Tharus in colourful traditional costumes, unique in their
disparity with the common mode of dress all over Nepal, are sure to
Our staffs are
always ready to adapt or rearrange the basic program to suit your desires-
we want you to feel totally "at home" in a friendly atmosphere.
to Elephant Breeding Center
Of the two elephant-breeding centers that exist in the world one
lies in the Royal Chitwan National Park. In Nepal the elephant is fast
becoming one of the most endangered animals and the center was established
to increase its numbers. You
will have an opportunity to visit the breeding center, learn about the
efforts to increase the pachyderm population and get to see several
cow elephants and their numbers.
Bardia National Park
Royal Bardia National Park, situated in the mid-far Western region,
is the largest and most unspoiled wilderness area in the Terai, covering
an area of 968 sq.km. The park, a sub-tropical jungle, is thickly
forested by sal trees and carpeted with grass, savannah and riverine
vegetation. The north is bordered by the Churia hill range, the west
by the Karnali river, while the Babai river cuts its course almost
through the middle of the park. On the southern fringe of the park
are the villages of the unique and indigenous Tharu people of Western
Nepal. Considered as one of the most picturesque national parks in
Asia, it teems with rich and diverse flora and fauna.