Best time to visit Chitwan National Park
Things To Do And See
4)Tharu Cultural Museum And Research Center
5)Elephant Breeding Center
Half-Day Canoe Ride – 1400 NPR
Full-Day Canoe Ride – 1800 NPR
Note : Cost and timing changes with season and demand.
7)The stunning Sunset and Sunrise
12)Gharial Breeding Center
13)Various lakes and Waterholes
There are various lakes and waterholes in and around the national park which are worth visiting. The lakes and waterholes are the places where birds and animals visit to quench their thirst. The lakes like Lake Lamital, Bishazari Lake, Lake Devital, etc are accessible by walking or by taking local transportation.
Conservation History of Chitwan National Park
Frequently asked questions :
Q.1)How to reach Chitwan National Park?
Q.2)How is the climate?
Min 18°C/64°F Max 35°C/95°F
Winter (October – February)
Min 7°C/45°F Max 24°C/75°F
The monsoon season lasts from June to September.
SAARC – NRs. 1,000 per entry
Foreigners – NRs. 2,000 per entry
Child Discount – Below 10 yrs free
Q.4)When is the best time to visit?
Q.5)How many entrances are there in Chitwan National Park?
- Sauraha in the East.
- Thara settlement of the Meghauli village on the west.
Plenty of hotels are situated nearby. For more details visit Booking.com.
Q.7)What to Bring on Safari?
- lots and lots of water
- lunch and snacks
- a wide brim hat
- mosquito spray (dengue and sometimes malaria are found in the Park)
- long clothes to protect from the sun and mosquitoes
- binoculars if you have them