international-holidays >> Chitwan Tour Packages
The Chitwan national park is the chief attraction for Chitwan, which invites lots of visitors to Central Nepal to enjoy Chitwan holidays. The park has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and is famous of the diversity of ecosystems present there.
The Rapti, Reu and Narayani Rivers along with their floodplains, the Ox-Bow lakes and the Churia hills make for an interesting combination which you can see when you travel to Chitwan national park. The animal lovers will be delighted with their Chitwan tours as the park has a wide variety of birds, rhinos, crocodiles, sloth bears, tigers and monkeys.
Jungle safari is an integral part of Chitwan holiday packages which can be done with the jeeps available at the place. While experiencing wildlife in the park on an elephant can be a memorable part of your Chitwan tour, you can also get around the place on Pony rickshaws and Ox carts. Boating on Rapti Rivers or watching an elephant bath can also be the fun inclusions of your Chitwan travel packages, which you can experience during your trip to this place.
The Balmiki ashram, Pandavnagar, Gharial breeding centre, several lakes namely the Bishajari Tal, Devital and Lamital can be other tourist attractions which you can include in your Chitwan vacation packages.
Chitwan Tourism Packages offers one a chance to get close to nature and actually get to see some live wildlife rather than just enjoying their appearances on TV wildlife shows. Chitwan tours rejuvenate one’s soul and mind with its lush greenery, wildlife, distinguished fauna and simple yet vibrant native people and their unique culture.
The name Chitwan literally means “the heart of the forest”. It used to be one of the mostly preferred hunting venues for the noble-blooded ruling classes in Nepal. Its greenery always succeeds to impress upon the hearts of its tourists with its freshness and natural undisturbed beauty.
It is, in fact, one of the few remaining not interfered vestiges of the Terai region.The district takes its name from Chitwan Valley that is one of Nepal’s inner Terai Valleys, between Mahabharat and Siwalik ranges both of which are foothills of the Himalayas. Look through the Chitwan touriasm guide in order to make you travel plans.
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