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Chitwan Jungle Safari

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Chitwan National Park, Nepal
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We offer a package tour for Chitwan National Park, where you can have your holidays relaxable with elephant safari, jungle walk, bird watching, canoeing, elephant bathing, culture visit and traditional shows and many more activities to make much enjoyable trip for you.
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SK280 wrote a review Mar 2021
Seattle, Washington43 contributions8 helpful votes
Our Jungle Safari was through Barahi Jungle Lodge. Our guide Sagar and driver Suman provide us with an exceptional service. We saw lots of Rhinos, deer, peacocks, wild chickens, Asian Bison, Alligator, elephants and much more...
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Jan Franek wrote a review Oct 2020
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After return from Himalayan highs I had 2 days free before leaving Nepal, so I decided for a short visit to Chitwan national park 1 day jungle trip. As cars are said to drive off the wild animals, I have paid for a trip by boat + by foot to a local guide Shivahari Silwal. We had a single person trip from morning to evening, just me with Shiva and one his assistant. If you come there to have some great adventure in the Chitwan park, then I suggest to organize such a small trip - by foot and only 1 - 2 tourists, to see as many wild animals as possible - in tthe single day we saw 7 adult rhinos with 3 baby rhinos, 2 ghaurs, wild pigs, many deers and crocodilles and immense number of various birds. Actually I was happy that we did not meet any tiger after watching so many big wild animals from just couple of tens of meters :-)
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Colin wrote a review Mar 2020
7 contributions7 helpful votes
Professionally organised by our hotel on the dooorstep of the jungle a short jeep trip away. Wonderful day out with the added attracyion of spotting a variety of wildlife. Well worth the experience. Some splendid photos for the family album!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jim1231 wrote a review Feb 2020
Statesville, North Carolina207 contributions139 helpful votes
Barahi Jungle Lodge provided us with a fantastic half day Jeep safari. We saw numerous rhinos, wild boar, peacocks, lots of birds, but no tigers on this trip. We stopped for an amazing lunch provided in the middle of the jungles. Our guide - Krishna was excellent.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Thoughtful100 wrote a review Feb 2020
Lincoln, United Kingdom234 contributions163 helpful votes
We got good value for money with what turned out to be a 5 hour jeep safari. It was winter and animals were scarce but the driver and guide worked hard to try and spot them for us. We saw the odd monkey, some deer, peacocks, a python, the odd crocodile in the distance, lots of birds and a boar that was begging for food at the safari base - not much in 5 hours, but still an enjoyable ride and you can't control nature. Note the 'jungle' you hear about is a temperate fairly open scrubby forest interspersed by the grassland, which in full season is 2-3m high elephant grass. There are some lakes and the two rivers flanking the park which is about 30 miles across (the 900 sq km makes it sound bigger than it is). We went deep into the park on our half day. The only reason I am putting 4 not 5 stars was because I thought it would have been nice to have gone up one of the observation towers for a while to take a break or take a short walk to stretch our legs and get a different perspective or just to sit and watch the waterholes a little longer. We did enjoy the crocodile farm - it was the the highlight of the trip for us apart from the idiot tourists throwing stones and poking sticks at the crocs to get them to move! Our trip did not include the elephant farm but we saw working elephants as we drove around.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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