After breakfast, you will drive from Kathmandu valley to Chitwan National Park. On the way enjoy the great view of the different Himalayas, the Countryside of Nepal, lower alpine forests, many green hills, and Riverside. On reaching the hotel/Resort in Chitwan, you would be briefed by our Jungle Safari and nature Guide about your jungle activities.
After lunch, you will take a Village tour to a nearby ethnic Tharu village, where you will learn more about the life and lifestyle of the Tharus. Then you will visit the Government Elephant Breeding Centre. Out of all the animals, elephants are probably the most graceful animals on the planet. Your nature guide will take you to show Elephant Stable. They will describe the nature and habits of elephants. The extraordinary Center was established in 1985 for the captive breeding of domesticated elephants trapping for domestication. You can learn about the efforts they are putting to increase the population of elephants and get to see several cow elephants and their calves.
Dinner: by the time you get back to your hotel the dinner would be ready.
In the evening you will walk to see ancient Tharu cultural program where they will be performing the Tharu cultural Dance, Stick Dance, Peacock Dance, etc with traditional music, getup, and musical instrument.
Wake-up calls followed by tea or coffee and then proceed for canoeing. A traditional dug-out canoe takes you on a silent trip down the Rapti River; it is the brilliant opportunity for Bird Watching and seeing the 2 rare species of crocodiles; the Marsh Mugger and the fish-eating Gharial. You can do a Jungle Walk and on the way back to your Hotel for lunch you can enjoy the elephant bathing View; if you are interested you can try for Elephant Bathing as well.
After lunch, you will set up for another ride to deep inside the Chitwan National park. Elephant/Jeep safari covering the distance of about 10 km, with chances of seeing rare wildlife. An excellent opportunity to see four 1 Horn Rhino, different kinds of deer, leopard, wild boar, monkey, sloth bear, the Royal Bengal Tiger, Many Birds, flora and Fauna. You will also encounter many other smaller mammals that have made Chitwan National park their home.
Early in the Morning after the wake-up tea, you will up for the Bird Watching; this is the best time of the day to watch the birds. Then you will be back for the breakfast.
After the morning activities, you will set off for your way to Kathmandu. If you are interested to extend your trip you can visit Lumbini from Chitwan or visit Pokhara.