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3 Days Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park, Nepal
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Chitwan National Park Safari Nepal

Have you dreamed about sleeping inside a jungle? Jungle Safari Resort will make your dream come true. Birds chirping, dears grazing, rhino galloping, and tigers roaring are the basis things you can expect during your stay. Chitwan National Park ,a park which is a habitat to more then 600 species of animals and birds is known as one of the most beautiful reservations in the world.

Key information

  • Maximum group size: 8 persons
  • Children policy: Children from two years old are allowed to join
  • Languages: English, Hindi, Nepali
  • Park fees are included.


  • Tharu village cultural tour
  • Canoe ride along the Rapti River
  • Jungle walk and birdwatching in Chitwan National Park
  • Spot rhinos, elephants, crocodiles, and more
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • Daily meals and drinks


2 activity days in English
The organizer also speaks: Hindi, Nepali
Group size: Maximum of 8 participants
Airport transfer available:
Tribhuvan International Airport (US$150 per person)
Airport transfer available:
Bharatpur Airport (US$15 per person)
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Your first night will be spent at Jungle Safari Resort while your second night will be spent in the jungle tower.

Jungle Safari Resort

Jungle Safari Resort offers very comfortable rooms with attached bathrooms, air-conditioning, and satellite television. There are four different types of rooms available in the resort.

They have both cottage rooms and building rooms which both are provided with the same standards. In the resort you will have a nice porch, where in the hotel you will have a balcony.


Standard deluxe room

Room with air-conditioning and modern mattress are in the building block, surrounded by the gardens.

Super deluxe cottage rooms

The deluxe cottage are two rooms per block cottage, facing garden. It has its own private entrance and veranda where you can enjoy your breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

JSR family room

This is Jungle Safari Resort's special room where you can enjoy your stay, cook your own food, and enjoy your food on your own balcony.

Wheelchair friendly room

For differently abled guests, Jungle Safari Resort has created a room which are accessible by wheel chairs, large bathrooms with convenient space for them.

Jungle Tower

The jungle tower is a wooden tower built inside the jungle. It is well-maintained and has bedrooms, toilets, and lights. It is a place where one can enjoy amazing jungle experience.

The tower is built at the edge of river in the forest, and is powered by solar panel. It is located in the corridor forest where there is good animal movement. Staying at the jungle tower is one of the amazing ways to gain experience of sleeping inside the park.


Day 1 

On your arrival, Jungle Safari Resort's staff will receive you. You will then be transferred to the resort where you will be offered refreshment and be given a briefing about the resort's facilities. After being given your program for the day, your room will then be allocated to you.

  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 Meet and greet with the nature specialist and private guide. You will be briefed about Chitwan National Park, animals, activities, and lifestyle of the local people.
  • 15:00 Village tour to a nearby ethnic Tharu village where you will learn more about the life and lifestyle of the Tharus. You will also enjoy the sunset view from the bank of Rapti River.
  • 21:00 Dinner

Day 2

  • 07.00 Wake up call
  • 07.30  Breakfast
  • 08:30 Short jungle walk and birdwatching inside the Chitwan National Park
  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 Transfer to the jungle tower by canoe ride along the Rapti River for one hour. It is an excellent opportunity for bird watching and to see the two rare species of crocodiles; the Marsh Mugger and the fish-eating Gharial. After one hour of canoe ride, you will reach tower .
  • 16:00: After reaching tower, you will go for the sunset view from the jungle
  • 20:00 Packed dinner inside the jungle.
  • On this night, the guide and another assistant will be in same tower and in case of any animal movement in the night, the guide will wake you up.

Day 3  

  • 07:00 Wake up call
  • 08:00 Breakfast in the tower
  • 08:30 Departure to your onward journey


Chitwan National Park

The name 'Chitwan' has several possible meanings, but the most literal translation of the two Nepali words that make it up: chit or chita (heart) and wan or ban (jungle). Chitwan is thus 'the heart of the jungle'.

At the beginning of the nineteenth century, cultivation in the valley was deliberately prohibited by the government of Nepal in order to maintain a barrier of disease-ridden forests as a defense against the invasion of diseases from the south.

Then for the century between 1846 and 1950, when the Rana prime ministers were de facto rulers of Nepal, Chitwan was declared a private hunting reserve, maintained exclusively for the privileged classes. Penalties for poaching were severe - capital punishment for killing rhino - and the wildlife in the area thus received a measure of protection.

From time to time, great hunts for rhino were held during the cool, mosquito-free winter months from December to February. The Ranas invited royalty from Europe and the Princely States of India, as well as other foreign dignitaries, to take part in these grand maneuvers, which were organized on a magnificent scale, often with several hundred leopards.

At the time of its establishment, the park covered 210 square miles. After an extension in 1980, it now covers 620 square miles, and another enlargement, now proposed, and contains a wide variety of habitats, from the grassland and riverine forests of the valleys to the sal forest on the hills and the chir pine that grows along the ridges.


The park consists of a diversity of ecosystems-including the Churia hills, Ox-bow lakes, and the flood plains of the Rapti, Reu and Narayani Rivers. The Churia hills rise slowly towards the East from 150 meters to more than 800 meters.

The western portion of the Park is comprised of the lower but more rugged, Someshwor hill. The park shares its eastern boundary with the Parsa Wildlife Reserve.

Flora and fauna

The Chitwan Valley consists of tropical and subtropical forests. Sal forests cover 70 percent of the park. Sal leaves are used locally for plates in festivals and religious offerings.

Grasslands cover 20 percent of the park. There are more than 50 different types of grasses, including the elephant grass (Saccharum spp), renowned for its immense height. It can grow up to 8 meters in height.

The park is home to more than 50 mammal species, over 525 birds, and 55 amphibians and reptiles. The endangered fauna found in the park are: One-horned rhinoceros, Gaur. Royal Bengal tiger. Wild elephant, Four horned antelope, Pangolin, Golden monitor lizard, Python, etc. Bengal florican. Lesser florican, Giant hornbill, Black stork, White stork, etc.


During the tour, your daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included in the price. You will also be provided with mineral water, tea, and coffee. Jungle Safari Resort also serves vegetarian, non-vegetarian, and halal food (vegan food as per request).

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Coffee
  • Tea

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
  • Other dietary requirements on request
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Tharu village tour
  • Jungle walk in Chitwan National Park
  • Canoe ride along the Rapti River
  • Services of a nature guide and nature expert
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Mineral water, tea, and coffee
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • All entrance fees
  • All government fees and taxes

What's not included

  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Tips and gratuities to the guides and assistance

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM). The transfer cost from this airport is 150 USD. You can also book your flight to arrive at Bharatpur Airport (BHR) and book a transfer from there which costs 15 USD.

Everyday there are around 8 to 10 flights from Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM) Bharatpur Airport (BHR). It is a 20-minute flight and 25 minutes' drive from Bharatpur Airport (BHR) to Chitwan National Park .

Arrival by bus

The tourist coach bus is a 30-seater air-conditioned coach which departs from Thamel, Kathmandu at 6:30 a.m. daily. The drive is around five hours and will stop in three places for small breaks. The cost for the transportation ranges from 6 to 8 USD depending upon the quality of tourist coach.

Airport: Tribhuvan International Airport Airport transfer available: Tribhuvan International Airport (US$150 per person) Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step.
Airport: Bharatpur Airport Airport transfer available: Bharatpur Airport (US$15 per person) Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on departure.
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