is the land of many top class national parks. These parks are the residence
of number of animal and birds species. They provide a chance to experience
the mammals, birs and vegetations of the regions. Among the 14 national
parks and wildlife reserves in Nepal, the Royal Chitwan National Park (932
sq kilometers) is the most popular wildlife destination among visitors.
Best Time to Visit:
Round the year
8 days / 7 nights
Kathmandu - Chitwan National Park -
Koshi Tapu - Biratnagar - Bardia - Kathmandu
Day 1: Kathmandu-Pokhra
Drive to Pokhra which is also known as valley of lakes. Pokhra, the
picturesque valley is blessed with green hills, lakes, forests, rivers,
bubbling water falls and terraced gardens. Pass night in hotel.
Day 2: Pokhra
An hour's boat ride on Lake Phewa. Guided tour of Pokhra Valley. Overnight
stay at the hotel.
Day 3: Pokhra-Chitwan National Park
Drive to Chitwan National Park at dawn. Take rest at a lodge. Go for
elephant safari at Royal Chitwan Park. Stay at nighlt in a wildlife resort.
Day 4: Chitwan National Park
Elephant or jeep safari to the park early morning. Leave for bird watching
in the canoes in afternoon. A local folk dance is organised in evening. Pass
night in a wildlife resort.
Day 5: Chitwan National Park-Kathmandu-Nagarkot
Drive to Kathmandu and move on to Nagarkot. Have an excellent view of the
Himalayan range en route. Pass night at Nagarkot.
Day 6: Nagarkot-Kathmandu
Back to Kathmandu after breakfast. Stay at hotel in night.
Day 7: Hedauda
Drive from Kathmandu to Hedauda. you can see rare Ibisbill here.
Day 8: Kosi Tappu
Go by road to the Kosi Tappu, one of the finest birding areas in Nepal.
Several rare bird species can be found here. After dinner, drive back to
Kathmandu and leave for home.