1) JUNGLE WALK
Jungle walk is certainly the most exciting way to see the national park. All walking are accompanied by at least two nature guides, and trips wonder along the park’s trails in search of a rhino or tiger
2) Jeep drive
The jungle drive comes in a close popularity wildlife activity. Since jeep rides are long, half-day and full-day, they cover more of the jungle, including the park headquarters at Kasara, and the Gharial Conservation Project (where crocodiles are bred and released), Tamor Lake and Lami lake
3) TYPICAL HAND-MADE CANOE TRIP
Most canoe rides involve an hour and two hours of floating down the river by a dug-out canoe. It is most pleasant way to spot several types of water birds, Gharial Crocodiles, Marsh mugger Crocodiles, fishes and aquatic creatures.
4) BIRD WATCHING
Chitwan National Park is one of the most rewarding places to spot and study about birds. So far 626 species of birds have been recorded in the park. Here you can find an exciting amount of highly vulnerable birds and critically endangered ones as well. It brings ornithologists from all over the world to this place.
5) Photography and videography tours
Our dedicated passionate local wildlife and nature photographer will take you in different amazing spots where you could take amazing shots of nature, wildlife and culture of chitwan
6) JUNGLE TOWER NIGHT STAY
One of the best ways of feeling the real jungle and its surrounding is by staying overnight in the jungle on the tower. It is located in the middle of the Buffer zone Jungle.