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2 Night 3 Days Chitwan National Park Tour

3 Days

Main Highlights:

Nepal stands as a beacon of natural beauty and cultural richness, drawing in tourists from around the globe. Its allure extends beyond just the towering mountains and trekking routes, encompassing a diverse array of wildlife, verdant landscapes, and captivating traditions. Among the plethora of options available, the 3-day Chitwan National Park Tour Package stands out, seamlessly blending flora and fauna exploration with an immersive cultural experience, promising a truly unforgettable journey through Nepal. Situated within the Inner Terai Plain of south-central Nepal lies the expansive Chitwan National Park, spanning 932 square kilometers and harboring some of the world's most endangered flora and fauna, including the iconic one-horned rhinoceroses, crocodiles, and other remarkable species. The itinerary for this two-night, three-day excursion encompasses an array of activities such as an exhilarating elephant safari, birdwatching expeditions, a cultural exploration of the Tharu village, traditional dance performances, visits to an elephant breeding center, immersive jungle walks, and thrilling safari excursions. Amidst this vast wilderness, visitors are not only treated to breathtaking natural vistas but also get a glimpse into the rich tapestry of Nepal's ethnic cultures, marked by warmth and hospitality.

At a Glance




Hotels and Resort

Trip Difficulty


Best Season

Mar-May & Sep-Dec

Max People



3 Days






Private Car

Kathmandu – Chitwan National Park

Brief trip Profile:

  • Elephant Safari: Embark on a majestic elephant safari through the lush wilderness of Chitwan National Park, offering a unique vantage point to spot exotic wildlife such as one-horned rhinoceroses, Bengal tigers, bears, and various species of deer.
  • Canoe Journey: Drift along the tranquil waters of the Rapti River on a leisurely canoe journey, where you can witness endangered species like the Marsh Mugger and the Gharial basking along the riverbanks, providing an exhilarating wildlife encounter.
  • Tharu Cultural Experience: Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of the indigenous Tharu community with a visit to their traditional hamlets, where you can learn about their way of life, admire their distinctive Mithila paintings, and even participate in their lively dances.
  • Jungle Walk: Join a knowledgeable wildlife specialist on a guided jungle walk, venturing into the heart of the forest to discover rare plant species, observe fascinating insects, and learn about the diverse ecosystem that sustains Chitwan's rich biodiversity.
  • Sunset Views: Marvel at the breathtaking sunset views from the banks of the Narayani River, casting a golden glow over the sprawling landscapes of Chitwan National Park, creating a picturesque backdrop for unforgettable memories.
  • Birdwatching Excursion: Delight in a birdwatching excursion, as Chitwan National Park is home to over 500 species of birds, including vibrant kingfishers, majestic eagles, and elusive hornbills, providing endless opportunities for avid bird enthusiasts.
  • Elephant Bathing: Experience the unique opportunity to witness elephant bathing, where skilled mahouts bathe these gentle giants in the river, offering an intimate insight into the special bond between humans and elephants.
  • Cultural Performances: Be entertained by captivating cultural performances by the Tharu community, featuring traditional dances like the peacock dance and the fire dance, providing a colorful glimpse into their rich heritage and traditions.
  • Wildlife Conservation Center: Visit the Chitwan National Park tourist center to learn about the park's history, conservation efforts, and ongoing initiatives to protect endangered species, gaining a deeper appreciation for the importance of wildlife conservation.
  • Jeep Safari: opt for an exhilarating jeep safari adventure through the rugged terrain of Chitwan National Park, offering a thrilling alternative to elephant safaris and providing excellent opportunities for wildlife sightings in a shorter time frame.
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    Cost Includes:

    • Pick up and drop off from Chitwan Bus Park.
    • Tourist Bus Ticket to Chitwan from Kathmandu or Pokhara and vice versa
    • 3 Days Full Board Jungle Safari Activities in Chitwan national parkEscorted English-speaking tour guide
    • All activities (Elephant safari, Bird watching, Jungle walking, jeep Driving, Cannoning, Tharu culture dance) are included as per the itinerary
    • 2-night accommodation with breakfast, lunch, and dinner during your tour
    • National Park entrance and park fee
    • Our service charges and taxes
    • Use of Swimming Pool, Wi-Fi

    Cost Excludes:

    • Accommodation and food in Kathmandu or Pokhara
    • Airfare international flights, Nepal entry visa fee, Visa issuance is easy upon the arrival
    • Alcoholic beverages, Mineral water, laundry, phone calls, internet
    • Tips, gifts, souvenirs.

    Trip Detail:

    Embarking on this journey typically commences from the capital city, Kathmandu, offering travelers a taste of Nepal’s cultural and natural diversity before delving into the heart of the jungle. Known as the Sauraha Tour Package, this adventure promises encounters with tigers, elephants, rhinoceroses, and other wildlife that call Chitwan National Park home. Whether arriving by a scenic flight or a picturesque drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara Valley, the tour begins with a warm welcome from the tour operator’s representative, followed by an overview of the itinerary. Witnessing the captivating sunrise and sunset from the banks of the Narayani River sets the tone for the exploration ahead.

    The tour itinerary is meticulously designed to cater to diverse preferences, offering options such as jeep safaris for those wary of elephant rides, leisurely boat trips along the Rapti River, where sightings of river birds and crocodiles await, and engaging in activities like elephant bathing. Guided walks through the lush forests of Chitwan National Park provide an opportunity for intimate encounters with nature, leaving hikers enthralled by the abundance of wildlife and scenic beauty.

    Green Valley Nepal Treks and Research Hub takes pride in offering a comprehensive 2-night, 3-day Chitwan Tour Detailed Itinerary, ensuring an unparalleled experience for visitors. Booking is available for both 2023 and 2024, with flexibility to tailor the package according to individual preferences, ensuring an enriching and memorable journey through the wonders of Chitwan National Park. For inquiries regarding package costs or further details, prospective travelers are encouraged to reach out for personalized assistance.

    Packing List for Chitwan National Park Tour

    Here is a suggested packing list for a tour of Chitwan National Park:

    • Lightweight, comfortable clothing that can be layered (long sleeves and pants recommended to protect from insects)
    • Sunhat, sunglasses, and sunscreen
    • Comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots
    • Insect repellent
    • Personal hygiene items (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
    • Medications and any necessary medical equipment
    • Water bottle and water purification tablets (if necessary)
    • Camera and extra batteries
    • Binoculars (for wildlife viewing)
    • Flashlight or headlamp
    • Cash or credit card for any additional expenses

    It is also advisable to check the weather forecast for the time of your trip and pack accordingly. And don’t forget to check the park’s rules regarding what you can and can’t bring into the park.

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    Upon your arrival at Bharatpur Airport or the Sauraha bus station, our dedicated hotel staff will be ready to greet you and whisk you away to our accommodations. Once settled in, you'll receive a comprehensive overview of your exciting 2-night, 3-day Chitwan National Park Tour package, accompanied by refreshing welcome beverages to kickstart your adventure. After assigning you to your comfortable rooms, our knowledgeable tour guide will lead you on a leisurely stroll to a picturesque Tharu hamlet, where you'll immerse yourself in their unique culture, lifestyle, and renowned Mithila paintings.
    Next on the itinerary is a visit to the Chitwan National Park tourist center, strategically located along the serene banks of the Rapti River. Here, you'll delve into the rich history and distinctive features of the park, culminating in a mesmerizing sunset spectacle. The indigenous Tharu community will treat you to a captivating traditional performance, showcasing their cultural heritage through enchanting dances such as the peacock dance and the fire dance. Immerse yourself in the festivities and even have the opportunity to join in with the performers, creating unforgettable memories of your Chitwan experience.

    Embark on a serene canoe journey along the tranquil waters of the Rapti River, where you'll have the opportunity to witness two endangered species unique to the northern region of the Indian Subcontinent: The Marsh Mugger and the Gharial. As you glide along, the river comes alive with the thrill of spotting these magnificent creatures, adding an exhilarating edge to your experience. Upon reaching the opposite bank, a knowledgeable wildlife specialist will guide you through a brief jungle expedition, unveiling the secrets of the region's distinctive flora and fauna.
    Prepare for an immersive encounter with one of Chitwan's most iconic attractions: elephant bathing. Witness the Mahutes, skilled elephant herders, as they lovingly bathe these gentle giants in the river, offering a glimpse into the harmonious bond between humans and elephants. Following this unique experience, saddle up atop the majestic Asian elephants for an unforgettable safari into the heart of Chitwan National Park. Renowned for its diverse wildlife, including the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger, the park presents an exciting opportunity to spot creatures ranging from bears, leopards, and monkeys to the critically endangered one-horned rhinoceros and an array of bird species. Let the rhythmic sway of the elephants' gait carry you on an adventure through this pristine wilderness, where every moment holds the promise of a thrilling encounter with nature's wonders.

    You have a morning opportunity to shop throughout the town as today is your departing day. You may take part in a trip to the elephant breeding facility where you can observe the lovely tamed mother elephants forming strong bonds with the young ones. Bird-watching tours are a possible second choice. You will be driven back to the station from your hotel after a late breakfast. Here is where your Chitwan jungle safari excursion concludes.

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    2 Night 3 Days Chitwan National Park Tour


    FAQs of Chitwan National Park Tour

    What is the best time to visit Chitwan National Park?

    The best time to visit Chitwan National Park is during the dry season, from October to March, when wildlife sightings are more frequent, and activities like safaris and jungle walks are most enjoyable due to the pleasant weather.

    What wildlife can I expect to see in Chitwan National Park?

    Chitwan National Park is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including one-horned rhinoceroses, Bengal tigers, sloth bears, leopards, deer, monkeys, crocodiles, and over 500 species of birds.

    What activities are included in the Chitwan National Park Tour package?

    Activities typically include elephant safaris, canoe journeys, jungle walks, birdwatching excursions, cultural experiences with the Tharu community, elephant bathing, and jeep safaris.

    Are there any cultural experiences available in Chitwan National Park?

    Yes, visitors can immerse themselves in the vibrant culture of the indigenous Tharu community through visits to their traditional hamlets, where they can learn about their way of life, traditions, and art forms.

    How long does a typical Chitwan National Park Tour last?

    Most Chitwan National Park Tours are designed to be 2 nights and 3 days, allowing visitors ample time to explore the park's diverse landscapes and participate in various activities.

    Is it safe to go on an elephant safari in Chitwan National Park?

    Yes, elephant safaris in Chitwan National Park are conducted by experienced mahouts (elephant handlers) and follow strict safety protocols to ensure the well-being of both visitors and elephants.

    What should I wear and bring for a Chitwan National Park Tour?

    It is recommended to wear comfortable and breathable clothing suitable for outdoor activities. Additionally, bring essentials such as sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat, binoculars, and a camera to capture memorable moments.

    Are there accommodation options available within Chitwan National Park?

    Yes, there are various accommodation options available within and around Chitwan National Park, ranging from luxury resorts to budget-friendly lodges and guesthouses, catering to different preferences and budgets.

    Can I customize my Chitwan National Park Tour package?

    Yes, many tour operators offer customizable tour packages based on individual preferences, allowing visitors to tailor their itinerary according to their interests, time constraints, and budget.

    What measures are in place for wildlife conservation in Chitwan National Park?

    Chitwan National Park implements various conservation measures, including anti-poaching patrols, habitat preservation initiatives, community-based conservation projects, and environmental education programs to protect its rich biodiversity and endangered species.