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Budget Nepal Tiger Safari of Chitwan

Chitwan is widely regarded as one of the best national parks for wildlife watching in the world, at Royle Safaris we definitely believe that this is the case. Chitwan is was the first national park established in Nepal for the express purposes of protecting the tiny Indian one-horned rhino population in the 1950′s. Chitwan is located in the wonderful and diverse strip of tropical forest called the Terai. The Terai runs continuously from Burma in the east through north east India, Bhutan and Nepal before ending in north-west India in Corbett National Park. This strip of tropical forest is home to large populations of Asiatic elephants, Indian one-horned rhinos, tigers, leopards, sloth bears etc. And all of this wildlife can be sampled in Chitwan national Park, located in southern central Nepal. However unlike many of the top wildlife watching and safari destinations you do not have to break the bank to enjoy Chitwan. That is why Royle Safaris have developed a fantastic range of Wildlife Holidays of Chitwan and other Safaris of Nepal. In this range of Nepal safari holidays we have a tiger safari to suit any budget and this particular Budget Tiger Safari is an excellent way to experience the jungles and grasslands of Chitwan by spending 8 full days exploring in a small group of like minded wildlife enthusiasts for only £1,750 in 2013 and £1,850 in 2014.

By staying in a homely resort on the outskirts of the park in the diverse and charismatic village of Sauraha we will take you inside Chitwan in a variety of different ways including jeep safaris, elephant-back safaris, guided jungle walks and canoe safaris. All expertly guided by local guides as well as one of our trained and professional zoologist guides. This budget tiger safari of Chitwan National Park in Nepal is the best possible way of seeing large mammals such as tigers, Indian one-horned rhinos, Asiatic elephants, sambar deer, wild boar and chital as well as reptiles such as mugger crocodiles, gharials, Indian rock pythons and a huge variety of birds including many species of bird of prey.

 

Chitwan Safari holiday
Chitwan Wildlife Safari Holiday

As well as spending 8 days in Chitwan you will also be taken around some of the best and most iconic sites in the historical city of Kathamndu. You will have a guided tour of Kathmandu and visit the large Boudnath Stupa, the monkey temple of Swayambunath and the incredibly historical and cultural Durbur Square.

But the main focus of this tour is of course the wildlife watching in Chitwan and with over 500 Indian one-horned rhinos, 100 plus tigers, 200 sloth bears and large populations of other large mammals; you are assured of a wonderful safari experience. To give us the edge when trying to locate and observe some of these species we combine the services of our professional zoologist (who is a big cat expert for this trip) with some of our great local guides. Over the years of travelling around Nepal we have created a great network of local guides and have hand picked the hotels and resorts we stay in during our Nepal Jungle Safari and make sure that they are perfectly places to explore the best wildlife watching that Nepal has to offer.

So please feel free to click on any of the links in this text and you will be able to review our Chitwan Safari holiday. But if our standard itinerary does not suit your requirements then we can of course amend this and change the locations, duration of stay and focus of the tour to suit any of our wishes. All of this means that Royle Safaris is possible to offer this fantastic range of wildlife watching in Nepal and the rest of the Indian Subcontinent and we have one of the greatest ranges of wildlife tours in Nepal, so we are sure to have the Jungle Tiger Safari to suit any budget.

So if you need any further information on our range of Nepal Wildlife Watching Tours or Tiger Safaris then click on any of the link on this page of Contact Us for more information and we will be more than happy to help

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