Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour is one of the best options for you to get closer to nature and wildlife in Nepal. Nepal is blessed with exceptional wildlife, along with the stunning Himalayan ranges, cold untamed lakes, and pristine rivers. The southern part of Nepal is a flat land of the Terai that will allow you to get close to some of the rarest animals in the world. A visit to Nepal remains incomplete unless you explore the Terai region. Chitwan National Park is the first national park of Nepal and was established in 1973 AD. After the declaration of this national park as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it has become more popular among tourists seeking to experience nature, wildlife, and a massive variety of flora. Located in the Central Development Region of Nepal and spread in 932 square kilometers, Chitwan National Park is home to Royal Bengal Tigers and more than 500 Asian one-horned Rhinoceros with many other species of birds and animals.
Chitwan National Park used to be a favorite hunting ground for Nepalese monarchs back in the 19th century. In the late 19th century, this place became a popular spot for the big game, Safari Hunters, which resulted in a drastic decrease in jungle habitat and animal populations. In 1963, the park declared a sanctuary due to the reduction in the number of Rhino, which has become less than 200, and Tigers to less than 30. Since then, the wildlife population has increased with 503 Rhinos and 120 Tigers in 2013. As a result, Chitwan National Park has become one of the best destinations to witness natural habitat with numerous dense trees, forests and vines, pre-notable rhinos, and wandering elephants, pythons, deer & crocodiles, colorful birds, along with a rare view of the Royal Bengal Tiger and other wildlife like grey langur, panthers, rhesus monkey, wild cats, and many more. Moreover, you will also observe people from the Tharu community and their lifestyle, tradition & culture. If you want to experience more spiritual and cultural sites, then check our famous Lumbini Tour and Short Nepal Holiday Tour.
The weather here gets humid from March to June, with a rise in temperature up to 43 degrees C/110 degrees F. The autumn season is beautiful with Himalayan views. In the winter, from December to January, Chitwan stays pleasantly warmed compared to Kathmandu. However, the monsoon season is full of rainfalls. You can take an elephant back safari or have a deep jungle walk with an experienced guide to get close views of tigers, leopards, one-horned rhinos, and other exotic animals and birds. Jungle jeep drive and boating is another alternative option to witness one-horned rhinoceros. Overall, this fantastic trip is enough for you to escape from your daily life and spend quality time in nature with wildlife. Suppose you love to be in the natural surroundings and looking to have a thrilling adventure. In that case, Chitwan National Park Safari is an ideal Jungle Safari package in Nepal for you. Be a part of this exciting, fun trip with us, Mountain Rock Treks & Expedition, and we will make sure that this trip will become the most memorable trip of your life.