Witness Exotic Wildlife Of Nepal In A 10 Day Adventure Tour Includes
Witness Exotic Wildlife Of Nepal In A 10 Day Adventure Tourr Itinerary Highlights
About the Tour:
Nepal is famous for its exotic wildlife and preserving it. This ten days tour will take you all the way across the Southern Terai of Nepal starting from Chitwan national park to the Bardiya national park in the west. The tour starts from the famous city of Kathmandu, where you can wander around the city and witness the beautiful amalgamation of old culture and the modern tourist culture.
Stay in an exotic lodge located amidst nature in Chitwan. Enjoy the view of serene sunset during your walking safari with a parade of Elephants taking a bath in the Narayani river. Strap up your hiking shoes and get ready to go deep in the jungle in the vintage land rover and then on a local ferry. You will be welcomed to the pristine nature by the sound of orioles and hornbills. You will be taken to the hidden viewpoints, from where you can secretly watch Rhino, jungle cat, sloth bear, wild boar, or something else.
Go on a peaceful river safari on the Narayani river in a hand-carved boat. You can witness the exotic birdlife and wildlife of Nepal in this safari. Visit Lumbini, Buddha's birthplace and the Lumbini crane sanctuary. If you are lucky, you might get a glimpse of an elegant Sarus Crane. After this take a guided tour to the breathtaking World peace pagoda.
You can watch Marsh Mugger Crocodiles in a huge amount near your lodge in Bardiya national park. Drive to the architectural wonder and Nepal's largest bridge, Chipasani bridge. Go on a special tour to watch the Royal Bengal tiger. You will be accompanied by an experienced naturalist, who will guide to various hideouts to view various animals. End your trip with a shopping evening and a cultural show in Kathmandu.
Duration: 10 Days, 9 Nights
Start Point: Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM)
End Point: Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM)
Chitwan Jungle Activities
Bardiya National Park
Accommodation on double sharing basis with Breakfast
All transfers from Kathmandu/Chitwan/ Lumbini/ Kathmandu by private Cab
All sightseeing by private Cab, as per itinerary
02 airport transfers by Cab
All applicable taxes on accommodation
All toll taxes/driver's allowance/fuel charges etc.
Official Name: Nepal
Time Zone: GMT +5:45 hours
Currency: Nepalese Rupee
How to Reach?
By Air: The best way to reach Kathmandu is via boarding a flight from India. Tribhuvan International Airport of Kathmandu is located only 6 km away from the city center. There are direct flights that operate on a regular basis from Indian cities like Delhi & Kolkata and take around 1.5 hours to reach.
By Rail: There is only one direct train from India to Nepal that starts from Jainagar (Bihar) to Janakpur in Nepal and then further by road to Kathmandu. But the best way is to take a train to Gorakhpur or Raxaul which are very well connected to other major Indian cities. One can further take a cab/ bus to reach Kathmandu
By Road: With six border crossings with India, road travel is an economical and scenic way to reach Nepal. For those coming from Delhi or Varanasi, the most convenient crossing point is Sunauli, near Bhairahawa. There are daily direct air-conditioned buses from both cities available, as well as private cars for hire. The other popular crossing is the Raxaul border accessible from Patna, Panitanki accessible from West Bengal.
Witness Exotic Wildlife Of Nepal In A 10 Day Adventure Tour Itinerary
Arrival in Kathmandu | Welcome to the Himalayan Gateway
Upon arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, complete the immigration process at the airport.
Meet our local representative who will help you in your transfer to the hotel.
Complete the check-in formalities and rest for some time.
The rest of the day is at leisure for you to explore Kathmandu - the political capital and cultural heart of Nepal.
Overnight stay at the hotel in Kathmandu.
On this day, you will take an early morning flight to Bharatpur Chitwan, which would take 20 minutes approximately. You will then drive for 45 minutes to the lodge you will be staying at, where you will be served the welcome drink in the dining hall. The exotic lodge we are staying at has the swimming pool, so you might be tempted to swim with a cool drink in your hand. In the evening you will be taking a walking safari through the jungle to the Narayani River with one of the naturalists to watch the elephant bathing while enjoying the sunset.
Visit the Jungle
You will wake up early and strap on your hiking shoes preparing for a day of exploration and excitement. A premade lunch along with refreshments will be there for you. Further, a Land Rover will take you to the river and then a local boat will ferry you across the Chitwan National Park. Another Land Rover from the other side will pick you up and take you into the heart of the jungle. There you will spend your day in the Land Rover scouting out the undergrowth for tiger and other wildlife. You will further stride down the jungle alongside sounds of orioles and hornbills, you will be taken to one of the hides/viewing points. With patience, and of course with luck, you might be able to witness rhino, jungle cat, or something else.
Later, you will jump back in the Land Rover and your guide will give you a tour of other parts of the jungle. This would be the chance to have a glimpse of the sloth bear of wild boar. Once you are back at the lodge, freshen up for the dinner.
You will be taken for river safari on the Narayani River. After a short walk via the riverine forest, you will sit inside a hand-carved boat while keeping your eyes peeled for a variety of birdlife and wildlife. You will enjoy this serene ride while observing nature at its best. Later in the afternoon, our naturalist will meet you for a jeep safari in the national park. Our experienced knowledgeable naturalists are more than proud to share information about National Park. You might encounter wildlife species such as deer, monkeys, birds, and the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, and probably the Royal Bengal Tiger.