Wildlife Safari Honeymoon Tour
Surrounding Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal is one of the best planned and most intelligently developed tourist areas in Nepal. Not only does it offer a wide variety of resorts and lodges, it is also easy to reach - by road or by air. Regular flights are scheduled by Royal Nepal Airlines and other airlines to Meghauli, Simara and Bharatpur. Many resorts provide coach service. Local buses offer a choice between a night ride and a day ride.
Chitwan National Park is perhaps the best park in Nepal for seeing animals in the wild. In the earlier part of the century, when rapid deforestation was devastating Nepal's southern Terai belt, Government of Nepal intervened and proclaimed the Chitwan area a national park.
The Government of Nepal declared the Chitwan region a national park, outlawed settlement and deforestation within its boundaries, and a campaign to save the animals began. Projects carried out with the help of friendly nations have revived the animals that remained. Though the Terai is certainly not what it once was, the preserved portion within the Chitwan National Park is still a treat for animal lovers.
Royal Bengal tigers roam the region; one-horned rhinos can be seen charging through the underbrush, feeding and even courting. The Rapti River has been dammed to form a man-made lake called Lamital where water-birds and marsh mugger peckers and many other birds are found in plenty in these forests.
Elephant grass, five to six feet tall, provides excellent camouflage for animals. This grass serves as food for the gaur (a local bison), rhino and other herbivores. Once a year, local people are allowed into the park area to cut grass. The grass is dried, and used to thatch roofs or stored for food for the domestic animals during the dry season.
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu. Meet assist at the airport and transfer to the hotel. O/N at Hotel.
Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley includes Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Swyambhunath and Boudhanath. O/N at Hotel.
Day 03: Transfer to Chitwan by surface. Stop on the way at Manakamana to enjoy the Cable Car ride, a favorite spot of the Nepalese. Arrive in the afternoon in your luxury jungle resort. Spend sometimes at the river bathing with the elephants. O/N at Resort.
Day 04: After breakfast, Early morning you will have an elephant safari. You will explore the jungle on elephant back. Keep a look out for Wildlife. You will also have an ox chart ride in the Tharu village and you will watch the sunset over the river.
Day 05: After breakfast take a canoe trip down the river and walk through the grassland. You will be taken to the elephant breeding center where you can interact with baby elephants. You will also have a jungle drive and wildlife spotting. Evening Tharu Cultural Dance Program. O/N at Resort.
Day 06: Relaxing morning with breakfast in Bed. After breakfast transfer to Kathmandu by surface. O/N in Hotel.
Day 07: Departure
Transfer to the International airport to connect onward flight.
- Warn welcome airport in Kathmandu & transfer hotel
- All arrival and departure transfers using private vehicle
- Hotel accommodation at respective hotels on BB (Bed & Breakfast) basis in all places except in Chitwan
- Hotel accommodation at respective hotels on FB (Bed, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) basis in Chitwan
- Hotel accommodation on BB (Bed & Breakfast) basis
- All sightseeing with local English speaking guide
- All transfer by private vehicle; it is depend on group size
- Necessary entrance fees
- Farewell dinner with Nepali with live cultural performance
- Airfare to/from Nepal.
- Nepal visa fee – available upon arrival at Kathmandu airport or border
- Beverage and expenses of personal nature.
- Any Optional Sightseeing Tours and extension of tours, hotel accommodation etc.
- Tips to guide, porters, drivers etc.
- Personal Insurance.
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