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Chitwan National Park Extension

Travel to Nepal and visit the Chitwan National Park. Once home to a royal hunting reserve, Chitwan National Park is now widely recognised as one of the best national parks in Asia. Discover an enchanting lost world of verdant jungle pierced with birdcalls and punctuated with wildlife sightings. Head out in search of rhinos, crocodiles, monkeys and deer. Conclude this wild adventure with your own exploration of Kathmandu.

4 days, from


per person


12 people max


Trip code: HNAC
Style: Comfort
Theme: Wildlife
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Countries Visited:  Nepal
Accommodation: Jungle resort (3 night)
Transportation: Private vehicle , Canoe , Jeep
Included Meals:

  • 3 breakfasts
  • 3 lunches
  • 3 dinners

Group size: Minimum 1, Max 12

  • Once home to a royal hunting reserve, Chitwan is now widely recognised as one of the best national parks in Asia, and this trip includes walking, canoeing and driving safaris through its lush landscapes.

  • Take a boat along the Rapti river, which shelters about a quarter of the world's remaining gharial population.

  • Jump on a jeep safari and enjoy a guided bird-watching experience.

  • Spend some time in a local Tharu village, visiting the museum and learning about local life.


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Day 1-3: Kathmandu/Chitwan National Park

Namaste! Welcome to Nepal. Please meet at our Kathmandu office listed in the 'Joining point' section in the Essential Trip Information the day prior to departure at 5 pm for a meeting.

We'll depart Kathmandu after breakfast approximately 8 am, travelling by private vehicle to Chitwan National Park (approximately 5 hours). Of all the world's remaining jungles, this is one of the most enchanting. Discover a lost world of towering trees and twisting vines and of lumbering rhinos. There are crocodiles, pythons, deer and brilliantly coloured birds. Spend the evenings by the banks of the river Rapti in the small village of Sauraha, located on the edge of the park.

Over the next few days you'll boat along the Rapti, which shelters around a quarter of the world's remaining gharial population. This fish-eating crocodile has been hunted in the past for the supposed aphrodisiac qualities of its snout. Enjoy a guided jeep safari into the National Park as well as a bird-watching experience, and spend some time in a local village. Cap the trip off with an evening performance of a traditional stick dance by the local Tharu people. 

Day 4: Kathmandu

Drive back to Kathmandu where your adventure concludes. There is no accommodation included tonight. If you would like to stay for longer, please enquire with your booking agent.

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to book call 1-844-205-6226