Chitwan National Park Tour Package, 3 Nights 4 Days
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Chitwan National Park Tour Package, 3 Nights 4 Days

Days: 4 / Difficulty: 1 of 5 (Easy)
Min Group Size: 1 / Max Group Size: 14

Chitwan National Park Tours, Heart of the Jungle. Since the end of the 19th century used to be a favorite hunting ground for Nepal’s ruling class during the winter seasons. Until the 1950s, the journey from Kathmandu to Nepal’s South was arduous as the area could only be reached by foot. Thus, in an area known as Four Mile Forest comfortable camps were set up for the feudal big game hunters and their entourage, where they stayed for a couple of months shooting hundreds of tigers, rhinocerosses, leopards and sloth bears. In 1950, Chitwan’s forest and grasslands extended over more than 2,600 km2 (1,000 sq mi) and was home to about 800 rhinos. When poor farmers from the mid-hills moved to the Chitwan Valley in search of arable land, the area was subsequently opened for settlement, and poaching of wildlife became rampant. In 1957, the country's first conservation law inured to the protection of rhinos and their habitat. In 1959, Edwar Pritchard Gee undertook a survey of the area, recommended creation of a protected area north of the Rapti River and of a wildlife sanctuary south of the river for a trial period of ten years. After his subsequent survey of Chitwan in 1963, this time for both the Fauna Preservation Society and the International Union for Conservation of Nature, he recommended extension of the sanctuary to the south. By the end of the 1960s, 70% of Chitwan’s jungles were cleared using DDT, thousands of people had settled there, and only 95 rhinos remained. The dramatic decline of the rhino population and the extent of poaching prompted the government to institute the Gaida Gasti — a rhino reconnaissance patrol of 130 armed men and a network of guard posts all over Chitwan. To prevent the extinction of rhinos the Chitwan National Park was gazetted in December 1970, with borders delineated the following year and established in 1973, initially encompassing an area of 544 km2 (210 sq mi). In 1977, the park was enlarged to its present area of 932 km2 (360 sq mi). In 1997, a bufferzone of 766.1 km2 (295.8 sq mi) was added to the north and west of the Narayani-Rapti river system, and between the south-eastern boundary of the park and the international border to India. The park’s headquarter is located in Kasara. Close-by the Gharial and Turtle Conservation Breeding Centres have been established. In 2008, a Vulture breeding centre was inaugurated aiming at holding up to 25 pairs of each of the two Gyps vultures’ species now critically endangered in Nepal - the Oriental white-backed vulture and the slender-billed vulture.

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3 Night 4 Days Chitwan Tour Package Program

Itinerary in detail:
Day 1: Fly from Kathmandu to Bharatpur airport and transfer to Green Park Chitwan Resort.  

  • Arrival
  • Refreshment
  • Briefing about our resort & its facilities.
  • Lunch
  • Village tour/sightseeing/sunset: Tharus are the indigenous inhabitation of the Terai. Our expert guide will help you to meet the Tharu people and experience their traditional way of living. This brings you many years back to human civilization. 
  • Dinner
  • Stay overnight at Green Park Chitwan Resort

Day 2: In Chitwan National Park

  • Wake up
  • Breakfast
  • Canoe ride: Canoe ride in Rapti river is the more thrilling activities to explore Chitwan National Park and to view different aquatic animals and wildlife of Chitwan National Park. Canoe is a dug out boat made traditionally with a single wooden log by local inhabitant which can be done in the morning & afternoon. Visitors can enjoy sights of Marsh Mugger & Gharial crocodiles basking on the banks of the Rapti river.
  • Nature walk
  • Visit to the Elephant breeding center: This is the first elephant breeding center in Asia and situated in Chitwan. Our naturalist will take you to the elephant breeding center to show the baby elephants socializing with their parents. How the elephant meals are prepared and how they eat. They will explain the nature and habits of the elephant. The centre is government owned and its purpose is to raise the young elephant to secure a viable population.
  • Lunch 
  • Jeep safari: Jeep safari is one of best opportunity to see the wildlife in Chitwan National Park which provides you the opportunity to take snap of wildlife and the view around you. While travelling we will able to see one-horned rhino, bengal tiger, spotted deer and many more.
  • Tharu cultural program: The Tharu people of Chitwan welcome guests by performing dance and singing in the evening, famous Tharu stick dances and the crazy peacock dance are two highlights which reflects their life styles.
  • Stay overnight at Green Park Chitwan Resort

Day 3: In Chitwan National Park

  • Wake up
  • Breakfast
  • Bird watching tour: Bird watching simply means observation or study of birds in its natural habitat. Chitwan National Park is the popular spots for bird watching with over 450 species of birds. While travelling on jeep or riding on elephant back you will able to see numbers of birds. Blue-Throat, long-tailed nightjar, lesser adjutant storks, Brown crakes, Brown Fish owl etc are the famous birds found in Chitwan National Park.
  • Lunch 
  • Elephant Back Safari: The most appreciated attraction in Chitwan is sitting on elephant back and traveling throughout the jungle of Chitwan National Park. Elephant safari or jungle safari is an easiest way to view the birds and wildlife in its natural habitat where you are able to see lots of wildlife such as one horned rhino, bengal tiger, deer, Leopards etc.
  • Dinner 
  • Stay overnight at Green Park Chitwan Resort

Day 4: Fly from Bharatpur to Kathmandu

  • Wake up
  • Tea & coffee
  • Breakfast 
  • Proceed to airport and fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to your own booking Hotel in Kathmandu.

# Children below 10 years — get 40% discount on the rates.
# Children below 2 years — free of cost sharing with parents.

P.S. Programs may somewhat vary according to change in season and are also subject to change in case of unforeseen circumstances.

# Pricing for Group Size Basis: (Fly in and fly out/Kathmandu-Chitwan-Kathmandu)
All inclusive Tour Price for single/individual/solo traveler; USD 710
All inclusive Tour Price for 2 travelers basis; USD 670 per person
All inclusive Tour Price for 3-4 travelers basis; USD 650 per person

# Pricing for Group Size Basis: (Drive in and drive out/Kathmandu-Chitwan-Kathmandu)
All inclusive Tour Price for single/individual/solo traveler; USD 685
All inclusive Tour Price for 2 travelers basis; USD 535 per person
All inclusive Tour Price for 3-4 travelers basis; USD 485 per person

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Customize Your Tour: This is a general itinerary, which can always individually be “tailormade”. The trek package can be redesigned or redeveloped as per your taste, For more information please e-mail us at
Note: In case of emergency during the trip, Helicopter will be arranged by Swiss Family Treks & Expedition GmbH. The charges must be paid by the clients themselves.

Price starts from/Adult Status *
USD 650
EUR 606
SFr 601
GBP 507
AUD 969
CAD 865
Trip is available
* Dates can be flexible, please contact us for individual dates.

Our Tour Package Cost includes;
* Round trip flight ticket from Kathmandu-Bharatpur-Kathmandu and airport tax.
* All ground transportation by private vehicle from and to airport/bus station.
* Meals on full board (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with Tea, Coffee and Hot Water).
* Accommodation in twin sharing basis at Hotel/Resort.
* All the Jungle Safari/Activities as per above mentioned itinerary/program.
* All national park fees/entry permits.
* English speaking Nature/Jungle guide.
* Office Service charge.
* All Government Tax.

Our Tour Package Cost doesn't include;
* Any meals and accommodation in Kathmandu.
* Travel insurance.
* International air fare to and from Nepal.
* Nepal Tourist Visa fee.
* Items and expenses of personal nature and gratuities.
* Any kind of alcoholic drinks/beverage bill, cold drinks, laundry, phone call, internet.
* Personal Trekking Equipments like sleeping bags, jackets (can all be hired in KTM)
* Emergency Evacuation (Helicopter Rescue).
* Any costs which arise due to a change of the itinerary, because of landslides, domestic flight delays, political disturbance, and strikes etc.
* Any other costs whatsoever, that is not mentioned in the cost included.
* Tips for guide, supporting staff and driver...

                                                          Tipping is expected but it is not mandatory.

Chitwan National Park Tour Package, 3 Nights 4 Days


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Swiss Family Treks & Expedition GmbH, Switzerland
Swiss Himalayan Family Treks & Expedition P. Ltd

Ganeshtan-6, Pharping Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone +977 4710390
Cell +977 9803200543 Stephan
Cell +977 9849193453 Ashta


"The trip of our life"
When we got our visa at the Airport in February 2014, we realized that the adventure has just begun! A driver and a representative of the Swiss Family Treks awaited us with a big smile at the airport. They brought us safely to the hotel and gave us all the information needed — we were in such good hands from the first minute on. The next day we flew to Chitwan. The guide was great, the food delicious and the people very caring! All our wishes came true — we made friends with baby elephants and rhinos, watched birds, made a jungle safari and experienced the best thing ever: taking a bath with an elephant! After 4 days of wild animals, amazing dishes and many memories, a driver brought us to Lumbini — the birth place of Buddha. The organization continued to be excellent and we saw beautiful temples and enjoyed tasty meals. Back in Kathmandu Stephan from the Swiss Familiy invited us over to his house. It was the perfect ending of our trip! It was great to thank the person who realized a perfectly organized adventure for us! We cannot find the needle in a haystack! We are so appreciative how well it was organized and also how gentle all the employees were. 
Great — Greater — Swiss Family Treks! Thank you so much again for a wonderful experience! We will definitely book our next vacation in Nepal with you!

Jenny & Francis
2 Adults (2pax)

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