Experiencing Wildlife - A Short Trip To Chitwan #1

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Hello Everyone!

Today I am going to share my short weekend trip experience with all you guys. A few days back, early in the morning, I and my cousins decided to visit the Chitwan National Park, which is about 5 to 6 hours drive from Kathmandu city, Nepal.

Chitwan National Park was established in 1973, and is the first national park in Nepal. It is famous for its wildlife safari. You can either take a jeep safari or an elephant safari to visit the home of the wild animals out there. We can even go for a jungle walk to spot the wild animals, but it seems a bit scary. From my personal view point, I think jeep safari is best as it is safer than jungle walk and also… why to trouble elephants for our entertainment!

At Chitwan National Park you can spot the One Horned Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, deers, bulls, monkeys, wild boars and around 544 species of birds. People out there say that, if you go for the jungle safari early in the morning around 6, then you will be able to spot more wild animals.

So, we went for the jungle safari the very next day early in the morning at around 6:30 am.


(Enjoying Sunrise With A Cup Of Tea)

(Green Calms The Soul)

(View From The Resort)

(Nature is the best art)

(We need to cross the river from the boat for the jungle safari)

(Another sunrise, another new beginning)

After crossing the river, we had to walk around 5-10 minutes to take the jeep. The safari lasted for about 4 hours, including the breakfast time. I will be sharing the photos of wildlife safari in my next post.

Today's post was all about the place and the morning view and details before the jeep safari.

Do let me know if you have any queries regarding this place.

Thank you.

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Such great photos of nature. Made me remember the time I had visited :)


I am happy that my post reminded you the time you visited, as travel memories are the best ones:)