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One of Nepal’s most popular attractions is the Chitwan National Forest. It’s a great place to relax and enjoy the lush nature of Nepal as well as get up close and personal with some unique forest wildlife.
According to Lonely Planet researchers, the park has over 50 species of mammals; 450 different species of birds, and 67 species of butterfly. And the flora and fauna of this lush jungle are spectacular.
A must-do that is included on every trip is the Elephant Bath (more like a shower). People like to do this at the end of the early morning jungle walk, as the baths start around 11am. The elephants trainer will teach you to shout “Chhop!” — get ready for a blast of water from your new friends trunk!
All this, the Tharu Culture Show and elephant safari ride, plus accomodation, meals and transportation are included in our 3 days, 2 nights trip to Jungle Lagoon Resort. See itinerary below. To add-on days or book rafting transportation to Chitwan, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3 days, 2 Nights Jungle Safari – $225 Year-round
*From Chitwan it is convenient to go to Pokhara or back to Kathmandu. Most people like to break up the long bus ride with a canyoning or rafting trip on the way to or from Chitwan National Forest. We can help you arrange either or both. Stop by our office in Thamel, Kathmandu or email us at email@example.com
(Arrival includes “welcome drink” and short briefing about program.)
14:30 Cluture tour to Tharu Village
18:30 Sunset view
19:00 Tharu Stick Dance
06:30 Wake-up call
08:15 Dug out canoe ride/Elephant Breeding center
15:30 Elephant Ride
19:00 Tharu Culture Show
06:30 Wake-up call
07:15 Bird watching/nature walk
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