Elephant Safari

Elephant Safari at Chitwan National Park is one of the most popular activities which visitors love to do. You cruise inside the jungle on a back of an elephant to trace wildlife, birds and reptiles. You will be accompanied by your trained naturalist along with an experienced mahout who will take you deep inside the park ensuring you get the most out of your elephant safari and observe many wildlife as much as possible.

Jeep Safari

Jeep Safari in Chitwan is another wonderful activity to watch wildlife at Chitwan National Park. It’s also the best option for those who don’t wish to ride elephants for safari. Jeep drive will also take you deep inside the jungle with your personal naturalist guide catch a glimpse of the rare wildlife flora and fauna in their natural habitat. There are two options for jeep safari where one is about 4hours long drive on group-joining basis and another is a full day jeep safari with a private jeep and guide.

Canoe Ride

Canoing at the river close by your hotel gives you a good opportunity to watch beautiful birds and crocodiles basking at the banks of a river. With canoe ride you will go steadily on the quiet waters of Rapti River and you don’t need to pedal yourself since a boat driver will accompany the safari.

Tharu Village Tour

Tharu are the indigenous tribe of Chitwan where their way of living hasn’t changed much from the past. Cultural village tour will take you inside their village watching their daily lives, the houses they live in and their community. The tour gives you a brief insight of Tharu culture and traditions.

Elephant Breeding Centre

Elephant breeding centre is located closer to the Chitwan National Park. In Nepal elephants are being endangered so this centre was established to increase their population. Visit the elephant breeding centre to learn about pachyderm population growth efforts and see more elephants and their calves.

Tharu Cultural Show

It’s another interesting highlight of Chitwan Safari tour. You will attend their cultural show where they will be dressed in their colourful traditional attire and perform their cultural program singing, dancing and especially the Tharu Stick Dance is very interesting and attractive.

Bird Watching

Chitwan National Park is heaven for bird lovers and avid bird watchers. The park has numerous species of resident and migrant birds. It’s the best location to observe and study various rare bird species. Besides from it’s resident species many migrating birds arrive at Sauraha in the winter from as far as Siberia as well as other places thousands of miles away. Separate zones have been identified in the National park for bird watching. An early morning walk through the bush and along the Rapti river will spot exotic birds, including the Giant Hornbill, Lesser Florican and Paradise Flycatcher.