Activities are optional. None require prior experience or fitness level
Chitwan National Park is spread over 360 square miles in subtropical lowlands and consists of forests, river valleys and hills. With more than 700 species of wildlife including the endangered Bengal tiger and the one-horned rhino, the park offers plenty of excitement for wildlife enthusiasts or adventure-seekers.
We leave Kathmandu early in the morning with a target to reach Chitwan just in time for lunch. We head south to Chitwan National Park in a luxurious tourist bus and you will be treated with views of hills and forests throughout the seven hours’ journey to Chitwan.
After lunch, you will ride a cart pulled by oxen which will take you to visit the ethnic Tharu people who live inside the national park. The Tharu people are very welcoming and perform cultural shows for tourists.
We will stay in a jungle resort inside the national park.
There are so many fun activities in Chitwan National Park that one day is not enough. Elephant safari, jeep safari, watching wildlife, canoeing – the options are so many that you will be spoilt for choice. Chitwan National Park is home to around 700 species of rare and exotic animals such as mugger crocodile, the Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, sloth bear, one-horned rhino, four-horned antelope.
A tourist bus will take us to Kathmandu in five to six hours. Mountain Kick will host a farewell dinner in the evening to end your great Nepali vacation.
In Kathmandu, you will stay in a three-star hotel while you will be staying at resort during your travel. There will be electricity, internet, laundry and hot showers in all of the places you stay and your room will have an attached washroom. You will have to share your room with a fellow traveller in our typical package. Single supplement will be served on request and will cost an additional USD 50.
All you need to bring for this tour is simply some comfortable clothes. You don’t need any special gear for touring around Nepal. Just make sure you have clothes according to the season you are arriving.
We never force our customers to follow our set itinerary.You can customize your itinerary exactly the way you want. Please share with us your ideas.
As one of the core guiding principles for Mountain Kick, we always give back to the mountain community in any way we can as a means of gratitude. The people who live in the Himalayas and share their homes with us deserve to have all their little problems fixed which seem very basic for outsiders but are commonplace in rural Nepal. The people lack proper access to healthcare, sanitation and education but a little effort from travellers goes on a long way to solve these issues. Mountain Kick has made it its corporate social responsibility to help improve the living standards of the local community. We make donations to their cause, organize social campaigns and programs and also have a few trips designed to mix a little volunteer work in your holiday.READ MORE ABOUT CSR