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    Chitwan National Park Safari 2 nights 3 Days

    5.00/5 from 8 reviews

    At a Glance

    • Destination
    • Duration
      03 days
    • Trip Difficulty
      Easy Trip
    • Activities
      National Park Safari
    • Accommodation
      Standard and Luxury Options
    • Meals
      All Standard Meals throughout the trip
    • Vehicle
      AC Tourist Bus Transportation
    • Max. People
    Chitwan National Park Safari 2 nights 3 DaysMap
    • StartsChitwan National Park
    • EndsChitwan Nation Park

    About - Chitwan National Park Safari 2 nights 3 Days

    Embark on an unforgettable journey with Luxury Holidays Nepal's 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari. This meticulously crafted safari package offers an unparalleled blend of adventure, wildlife exploration, and cultural immersion in one of Nepal's most iconic natural sanctuaries. Experience the thrill of a Jeep Safari, the serenity of a Rapti River canoe ride, and the rich cultural heritage of the local Tharu community. With comfortable accommodations and expert guidance, this safari promises not just a trip but a lifetime memory amidst the natural splendor of Chitwan National Park.

    Luxury Holidays Nepal stands as the unrivaled choice for the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari - Private Half-Day Tour. Our commitment to providing an exceptional wildlife experience is evident in every aspect of our safari. From the thrilling Jeep Safaris that take you deep into the heart of the jungle to the serene canoe rides on the Rapti River, each activity is designed to bring you closer to the park's rich biodiversity. Our expert guides, dedicated to offering insightful and safe encounters with nature, enhance this immersive experience. Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures every guest enjoys not just a journey through the wild but an enduring connection with nature, making us the best in delivering a truly remarkable Chitwan National Park adventure.

    Jeep Safari

    The Jeep Safari is a highlight of the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari, offering an adventurous and comprehensive wildlife viewing experience. In the comfort and safety of a 4x4 vehicle, guests traverse various terrains of the park, from dense forests to open grasslands. This safari is ideal for spotting a wide array of wildlife such as the majestic Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, and several deer species. Accompanied by experienced guides, the Jeep Safari provides not only the thrill of exploration but also educational insights into the behaviors and habitats of these magnificent creatures. It's an essential part of the Chitwan experience, perfect for those who seek both adventure and an understanding of Nepal's diverse ecosystem.

    Canoe Ride on Rapti River

    The Canoe Ride on Rapti River is a serene and picturesque component of the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari. This tranquil journey allows guests to experience the park's rich aquatic ecosystem and observe wildlife from a unique vantage point. As you glide silently down the river, you'll have the opportunity to see various water birds, crocodiles, and even the rare Gharial, a fish-eating crocodile native to the region. The canoe ride is also a moment of peace and reflection, offering a contrast to the more adventurous aspects of the safari. It's a chance to appreciate the quieter beauty of Chitwan, making it a must-do activity for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts alike.

    Jungle Walks

    Jungle Walks are an integral part of the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari, offering an up-close and personal experience with the park’s natural environment. Accompanied by experienced naturalists, these walks provide an opportunity to explore the park's diverse flora and fauna on foot. You'll have the chance to see smaller wildlife species and a variety of birdlife that might be less visible during jeep safaris. Jungle walks in Chitwan are not only about wildlife viewing but also about understanding the ecosystem, learning about medicinal plants, and observing the intricate balance of nature. It's an enriching experience that connects guests with the subtler aspects of the jungle, ideal for those who appreciate a deeper ecological perspective.

    Cultural Interaction

    The Cultural Interaction aspect of the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari is a deeply enriching experience, offering guests a unique insight into the lives and traditions of the local Tharu community. This interaction includes visits to Tharu villages where you can observe their traditional homes and lifestyle. Engaging with the local community provides an understanding of how they have lived in harmony with the forest and its wildlife for centuries. Cultural programs, such as traditional Tharu dance performances, further showcase their rich heritage. This aspect of the safari adds a valuable dimension to the wildlife experience, highlighting the importance of cultural preservation and community-based conservation.

    Visit to the Elephant Breeding Center

    The Visit to the Elephant Breeding Center is a unique feature of the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari. Although elephant-back safaris are not a part of the experience, visiting the breeding center offers an educational and heartwarming opportunity to learn about elephant conservation efforts. At the center, guests can see elephants up close, including mothers and their calves, and learn about the challenges and successes of elephant conservation in Nepal. This visit not only enhances awareness of wildlife conservation efforts but also allows for a closer connection with these magnificent creatures in a responsible and ethical setting.

    Bird Watching

    Bird Watching is a serene and captivating activity included in the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari. Chitwan National Park is a haven for bird enthusiasts, boasting over 500 species of birds, including several rare and endangered species. Early morning bird-watching walks, led by experienced guides, offer the best opportunities to observe a diverse array of avian life. Whether you're a seasoned birder or a curious novice, the variety of birds - from waterfowl to forest dwellers - provides a truly enchanting experience. With the backdrop of the park’s stunning natural scenery, bird watching in Chitwan is not just an activity but a peaceful communion with nature.

    Tharu Village Tour

    The Tharu Village Tour in the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari offers an authentic glimpse into the life and culture of the indigenous Tharu people, who have lived in harmony with the jungle for centuries. This tour allows visitors to experience the traditional lifestyle of the Tharu community, known for their unique cultural practices and sustainable living methods. Guests have the opportunity to walk through the village, observe traditional Tharu houses made from local materials, and interact with the villagers. This cultural excursion provides a deeper understanding of the local customs, beliefs, and the community's connection to the natural environment of Chitwan. It's a meaningful and enlightening part of the safari experience, highlighting the human aspect of wildlife conservation and cultural diversity.

    Sunset Views from the Bank of Rapti River

    Experiencing the Sunset Views from the Bank of Rapti River is one of the most tranquil and picturesque moments in the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari. As the day winds down, guests can relax by the riverbank and witness the stunning sunset over the Rapti River. This serene setting offers a moment of reflection and relaxation amidst the natural beauty of the park. The changing colors of the sky and the peaceful sound of the river create a mesmerizing atmosphere, providing an ideal backdrop for photography or simply enjoying the tranquility of nature. It's a perfect way to end a day of adventure and exploration, embracing the quiet beauty of Chitwan National Park.

    Best Time for 2-Night 3-Day Chitwan National Park Safari

    The best time to embark on a 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari is typically from October to March. During these months, the weather is more temperate and dry, making wildlife viewing more accessible and comfortable. The skies are generally clear, offering excellent visibility, and the cooler temperatures make outdoor activities more enjoyable.

    • October to December: This period, right after the monsoon season, is ideal as the freshly rejuvenated flora makes the park exceptionally beautiful. Wildlife is more visible as they come out to bask in the sun and forage.

    • January to March: As the winter progresses into early spring, the temperatures start to rise, but it's still a comfortable climate for safaris. This is also an excellent time for bird watching, as migratory birds visit the park.

    Avoiding the monsoon season (June to September) is generally recommended, as heavy rains can make safari activities challenging and some park areas might be inaccessible due to flooding.

    Important Notes on 2-Night 3-Day Chitwan National Park Safari

    • Health and Safety: Ensure you're equipped with insect repellent and sun protection. Stay hydrated and dress in comfortable, breathable clothing.

    • Respect Wildlife and Nature: Always maintain a safe distance from animals and follow the guidelines provided by your guides to ensure your safety and the welfare of the wildlife.

    • Cultural Sensitivity: When visiting the Tharu villages or interacting with locals, be respectful of their customs and traditions. Ask for permission before taking photographs.

    • Stay Informed: Be aware of the local rules and regulations within Chitwan National Park to ensure a responsible and eco-friendly visit.

    • Travel Insurance: It's advisable to have travel insurance that covers outdoor activities like safaris.

    • Packing Essentials: Pack light but include essentials like binoculars for bird watching, a camera, a hat, and sturdy walking shoes.

    • Communication: Mobile network coverage might be limited in some areas of the park, so plan accordingly.

    • Advance Bookings: Especially during the peak season, ensure that your safari, accommodation, and any specific activities are booked in advance to avoid disappointment.

    • Weather Preparedness: Be prepared for sudden weather changes; carrying a light raincoat might be useful.

    • Local Guides: Utilizing local guides not only enhances your safari experience with their expertise but also supports the local economy.

    By considering these factors, your 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari will be a more enjoyable, safe, and responsible adventure.

    In conclusion, the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari is an extraordinary journey into the heart of Nepal's wildlife and culture. This safari stands out as a perfect blend of adventure, natural beauty, and cultural enrichment. From the thrilling jeep safaris and serene canoe rides on the Rapti River to the intimate jungle walks and engaging cultural interactions, each aspect of the tour is designed to offer a comprehensive and unforgettable experience. Accompanied by knowledgeable guides and staying in comfortable accommodations, guests are guaranteed not just a safari but an educational and transformative adventure. Whether you're a wildlife enthusiast, a nature lover, or a cultural explorer, this safari in Chitwan National Park promises to leave you with lasting memories and a deeper appreciation of Nepal's natural and cultural heritage.

    If you need any further information, please contact us by email: at [email protected], Phone: at +977- 985 100 5129 (WhatsApp)

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    Chitwan National Park Safari 2 nights 3 Days Itinerary

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    What's Included

      All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport and hotel transfers
      Standard Option: Hotel Parkland or similar
      Deluxe Option: Greenpark Resort or similar
      Luxury Option: Kasara Resort or similar
      Premium Option: Meghauli Serai, A Taj Safari
      Guided tours and activities inside the Chitwan National Park
      Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with hot drinks
      Tourist Bus transportation(Kathmandu-Chitwan-Kathmandu).
    • FEES
      All local permits and entrance fees
      All government taxes and official expenses.

    What's Excluded

    • ADD-ON:
      Private Transportation and Domestic Flight
      Travel Insurance (for trip cancellation, interruption, medical treatment, repatriation, etc.)
      Telephone Calls, Internet, laundry, soft drinks, beers, and any Alcoholic beverages.
    • FILMING:
      Special Filming, Camera, and Drone permit fee.
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    • Group and Family Discounts
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    • TIPS:
      Tips for the guide & driver. (Tipping is Expected).
    • EXTRA:
      Any other services, activities or personal expenses, which are not mentioned in the itinerary and other items not listed in the “Cost Includes” section.

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      Mr. Henry Jacob
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the), Liverpool

      Naturally blessed Chitwan

      Chitwan national park tour is my life memory. Last week I was in Chitwan national park. I found Luxury Holidays on Facebook. After a short conversation, I booked the trip. Visiting Chitwan was so nice, canoeing, jeep safari, nature walk elephant ride and elephant bath all were pretty much amazing. In the morning there were so many birds and watching those birds was very nice. One thing that I loved much on this trip was the Cultural program in the evening. The cultural and traditional dance was so amazing. Luxury holidays provided us with luxurious tourist vehicles for traveling, and 4 Star hotels for accommodation. We tasted some of the delicious foods and were on the meal plans for the trip. That tour was more amazing than the job of the LHN.

      Thank you LHN team for such a wonderful vacation. I hope we will be together soon.

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      Mr. Benz Roig
      Australia, Melbourne

      Best of the Bests

      Hello everyone, It was a very nice trip to Chitwan National park. Luxury Holidays is organized very well. From accommodation to traveling all was very nice. Delicious and typical foods for meals, luxurious vehicles, a luxurious hotel, and professional guides all were so nice. I recommend this team to everyone searching for a wonderful trip to Nepal. The luxury holidays and the team is professional. This local tour operator will definitely make your trip very nice.

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      Mr. Oliver
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the), Manchester

      Chitwan- piece of the heaven

      Last week I and my family were in Nepal and had a family tour. We had a jungle safari in Chitwan National Park. Luxury Holidays Nepal planned our tour. From Kathmandu, we drove to Chitwan in a Luxurious tourist bus. We were in the 4 Star Hotel in Chitwan. It was so nice accommodation that we found so luxurious. We had canoeing in the park, and we also had nature walks. Then after we had also a jeep safari at late noon and in the evening we had a cultural program of the local community. And the next day we had bird watching early in the morning. Then we returned to Kathmandu in a luxurious tourist bus. The trip was so amazing and relaxing. The overall performance of LHN was so excellent.

      They did a great job. I would like to thank you so much for your great effort.

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    Chitwan National Park Safari 2 nights 3 Days FAQs

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    Essential Information

    Travel Documents

    For the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari, the following travel documents are essential:

    • Passport: Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months from your date of entry into Nepal.

    • Visa: Most foreign nationals require a visa to enter Nepal. Visas can be obtained on arrival at certain entry points, but it's advisable to check current visa policies and requirements beforehand.

    • Travel Insurance: Carry proof of travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, evacuation, and trip cancellation.

    • Permits: The safari package typically includes necessary permits for Chitwan National Park. However, verify with your tour operator if these are covered or if you need to arrange them separately.

    • Booking Confirmations: Keep printed or digital copies of your safari tour booking, accommodation reservations, and any transportation tickets.

    • Emergency Contacts: Have a list of emergency contacts, including local contacts provided by your tour operator.

    Clothing and Gear

    Appropriate clothing and gear are vital for comfort and safety during the safari:

    • Lightweight and Breathable Clothing: Due to the warm and humid climate, wear light, breathable fabrics. Long sleeves and trousers can protect against sunburn and insect bites.

    • Comfortable Footwear: Durable, comfortable walking or hiking shoes are recommended for jungle walks.

    • Hat and Sunglasses: Protect yourself from the sun with a wide-brimmed hat and UV-protection sunglasses.

    • Rain Gear: A lightweight raincoat or poncho can be handy, especially if traveling during the monsoon season.

    • Insect Repellent: Essential for protection against mosquitoes, especially in the evenings.

    • Binoculars and Camera: For wildlife spotting and capturing memorable moments.

    • Backpack: A small backpack is useful for carrying water, snacks, and personal items during excursions.

    Weather and Climate

    Understanding the weather and climate is crucial for planning your safari:

    • October to March (Best Time): This period offers cooler and drier weather, ideal for wildlife viewing and outdoor activities. Daytime temperatures range from 25°C to 30°C, cooling down at night.

    • April to June (Hot Pre-Monsoon): Temperatures rise significantly, reaching up to 40°C. Wildlife sightings are still good, but the heat can be intense, especially midday.

    • June to September (Monsoon Season): Characterized by heavy rainfall and high humidity. The lush post-monsoon landscape is beautiful, but some park areas might be inaccessible, and wildlife is harder to spot.

    Dressing appropriately for the season and being prepared for varying weather conditions will enhance your experience on the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari.

    Safety and Regulations

    Adhering to safety guidelines and park regulations is crucial for a safe and enjoyable 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari:

    • Follow Guide Instructions: Always listen to and follow the instructions of your guides. They are trained to ensure your safety and the safety of the wildlife.

    • Stay on Designated Paths: During jungle walks or other activities, stay on marked paths and areas designated for visitors to minimize risks and protect the park's ecosystem.

    • Do Not Disturb Wildlife: Keep a safe distance from animals. Avoid loud noises or sudden movements that could distress the wildlife.

    • No Feeding Animals: Feeding wildlife is strictly prohibited as it can alter their natural behavior and diet.

    • Avoid Flash Photography: When taking pictures of wildlife, avoid using flash as it can startle and disturb animals.

    • Respect Park Timings: Adhere to the park's opening and closing times for various activities.

    • Carry Water and Stay Hydrated: Always bring water with you, especially during outdoor activities, to avoid dehydration.

    • Emergency Preparedness: Be aware of the procedures for medical emergencies, which your guide or tour operator should explain.

    • No Littering: Dispose of all waste properly to maintain the cleanliness and ecological balance of the park.

    Camera and Binoculars

    Bringing a camera and binoculars can greatly enhance your safari experience:

    • Camera: A good quality camera with a zoom lens is ideal for capturing wildlife and scenic landscapes. Remember to bring extra batteries and memory cards.

    • Binoculars: Essential for bird watching and spotting wildlife at a distance. Binoculars with good magnification will allow you to observe animals without disturbing them.

    • Protective Gear: Carry protective bags or cases to safeguard your equipment from dust, moisture, and bumps.

    • Photography Etiquette: Be mindful of others when taking photos, especially during group activities or sightings.

    Cultural Etiquette

    Respecting the local culture is an important aspect of the safari:

    • Respect Local Customs: Learn about and respect the local traditions and practices, especially when visiting Tharu villages.

    • Ask Before Photographing: Always seek permission before taking photos of local people or their property.

    • Dress Appropriately: Wear modest clothing, especially when visiting villages or interacting with locals, to show respect for their culture.

    • Support Local Communities: Engage with and support local communities by purchasing local crafts or using services, which helps in sustainable tourism.

    • Language: Learning a few basic phrases in the local language can be a great way to show respect and connect with the community.

    By keeping these points in mind, your 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari will be not only an adventure but also a journey of mutual respect and understanding between you and the natural as well as cultural environment of Chitwan.


    Insurance is a critical consideration for the 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari:

    • Travel Insurance: Ensure that your travel insurance policy covers activities specific to a safari, including wildlife encounters and outdoor adventures.

    • Medical Coverage: Your insurance should cover medical treatment and emergency evacuation, especially since you'll be in a remote area.

    • Trip Cancellation: Consider insurance that covers trip cancellations or interruptions, which can be helpful in case of unforeseen circumstances affecting your travel plans.

    • Personal Belongings: Check if your insurance policy covers loss or damage to personal belongings, including photography equipment and other valuables you might carry on the safari.

    Insect Protection

    Insect protection is essential in Chitwan National Park due to its subtropical climate:

    • Insect Repellent: Use a good-quality insect repellent, preferably one containing DEET, to protect against mosquito bites.

    • Clothing: Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants, especially in the evenings, to minimize skin exposure to insects.

    • Netting: If you're particularly sensitive to insect bites, consider bringing a mosquito net for additional protection during sleep.

    • Avoid Scented Products: Scented products like perfumes or scented lotions can attract insects; it's best to avoid them.

    The 2-night 3-day Chitwan National Park Safari is a remarkable adventure that offers a blend of thrilling wildlife experiences, serene natural beauty, and rich cultural interactions. As you prepare for this journey, keep in mind the importance of travel insurance, taking precautions against insects, and respecting the natural and cultural environment of the park. This safari is not just a trip; it's an opportunity to connect with nature, witness the diversity of wildlife, and understand the importance of conservation. With the right preparation and a sense of adventure, your visit to Chitwan National Park is sure to be an unforgettable experience, leaving you with lasting memories and a deeper appreciation for the natural world.

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