Chitwan has about 150 Bengal tigers left of the one time 3000 or so. Though poaching is a serious threat, the real threat for these majestic animals is the gradual loss of its habitat. A male tiger requires almost 60km space, and a female one requires a third of it. Chitwan is simply not big enough to handle many tigers. It is rare for one to actually see a tiger, though looking for one is an interesting part of the trip. Canoeing along the Rapti river is another option. With some luck you will get to see Gharial crocodiles, marsh muggers, and variety of fish. With a lot of luck you may be able to see a Gangetic dolphin. The trip is a paradise for birdwatchers with possible spotting of kingfishers, ospreys, and egrets. Chitwan is known to have 400 species of birds.
Arrive at Kathmandu, Receive and transfer to hotel. Half day sightseeing of Kathmandu city, Royal Palace, Kastamandap temple, main market area etc. overnight at Hotel.
Full day sightseeing of Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swyambhunath. Overnight at Hotel.
Full day Sightseeing of Bhaktapur city and Patan city. Overnight at hotel.
Drive to Chitwan National Park/ Local culture show. Overnight at Hotel or Resort.
Full day jungle activities in Chitwan National Park, Board watching, Elephant ride, Jungle walk, Canoeing etc. Evening Tharu stick dance. Overnight at Hotel or Resort.
Drive to Kathmandu. Overnight at Hotel.
Transfer from Hotel to Airport for onward destination.
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