Chitwan National park tour is the 7 days tour that does not only cover the part of Chitwan but also some places of the capital city, Kathmandu and other neighboring cities like Bhaktapur and Patan. You will visit numbers of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu like Bhatkapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple (Hindus’ greatest pilgrimage spot), Swoyambhunath temple (biggest Buddhist temple in Nepal), Bouddhanath Stupa, and so on. A trip to Nagarkot will refresh you as this is the hill station closer to Bhaktapur (about 40 minutes of drive). Patan is another great city with marvelous architecture and wonderful culture. Some more places that we visit during this tour are Patan Museum, Krishna Mandir, Royal Palace, Nyatapola Temple, National Art Gallery, and so on.
As per name, Chitwan National Park tour extends to Chitwan where exists the first national park of the country, Chitwan National Park which was established in 1972 and is recognized as World Heritage Site. It covers an area of 932 km2 (360 square miles). It is home to more than 700 species of wildlife and more than 500 species of birds. The Chitwan National Park animals and birds include around 68 species of mammals such as One Horned Rhino and Royal Bengal Tiger, birds such as slender billed babblers, grey-crowned prinia, Swamp francolin and so on.
The average distance from Kathmandu to Chitwan National Park is 158.7km via East-West Highway (5 hours 33 minutes) and 170.4km via Prithvi Highway (5 hours 56 minutes). The best time to visit Chitwan National Park is from October to March when skies are clear and temperature is mildly 25oC and the best time to observe animals is late January to March when the villagers cut down phanta grasses for improving the visibility. The Chitwan National Park entry fee is US $11.53 (Rs 750) per person with 13% VAT.
This tour managed by Nepal Trek Adventure is a complete package that provides you the view of cultural, traditional, architectural as well as natural beauty of the beautiful country, Nepal. So, once come in our circle and have the view of Nepal and its beauty with us.
Sometimes intuition, or gut instinct, leads you to make the right decision. I met marketing staff’s of NTA in the streets of Thamel and like many others, he gave me a business card and invited my husband and I to visit their office and discuss our travel plans. There are so many touts on the streets of Thamel but NTA’s staff open friendly manner won the day. After entering to the office we found Manager is thorough, his services reliable and very affordable and his staff and team of guides and porters are friendly, trustworthy and committed to caring for their clients. They skillfully organizes all the details for a successful trip - pickups, buses, hotels, tour activities, a checklist for trekking requirements and, of course, wonderful treks. His team organized a everything for us like- Chitwan National Park, Pokhara,The Annapurna Base Camp Trek and the Helambu trek. What an experience! Chitwan was amazing and our only regret was that we did not allow more time there after our organised activities to relax and explore the local villages more. Yes we were tired at the end of both treks but every aching muscle and sore toe was well worth it. We trekked through some of the most spectacular scenery that either of us has ever seen. The climax was, of course, Annapurna Sanctuary. It is a very special place and definitely a fitting home for the gods! The old adage holds out – no pain, no gain. We felt blessed! Trekking is a great way to get a real feel of Nepal, its countryside, its villages, its people and its magnificent mountains. I am so glad that we have had the opportunity and time to have had these wonderful experiences. A big thanks you, once again, to Manager, to our wonderful guide and friend on both treks, and our incredible porters. Don't leave it to intuition of gut instinct like I had to, but take my advice and put your trust in the hands of Manager and the wonderful staff at NTA.
We will be staying at a luxury hotel of your choice in Kathmandu. Here you will be staing for four nights. And, in Chitwan you will spend 2 days. Twin sharing basis is the criteria for accommodation. For single accommodation you need to pay additional $ 300 US.
Breakfasts will be served by your hotel during your stay in Kathmandu. Your stay in Chitwan includes all meals—three times-- breakfast, lunch and dinner. Welcome and farewell dinners shall be served by NTA.
Getting Visa for Nepal
You will get on arrival visa for Nepal. On arriving Nepal you will get tourist visa for 15 to five months. It depends upon your purpose of visit but regarding tour you will get the visa for 15 to three months.
For trekking you need to submit photocopy of passport and two pp size photo of yours.