Discover the captivating world of birds at Chitwan National Park - a haven for bird enthusiasts and photographers alike! Immerse yourself in the diverse habitats of open water areas, community forests, open grasslands, and riverbanks to spot a myriad of species. Whether you prefer a leisurely stroll or a thrilling Jeep ride through the three different types of vegetation, our experienced guides will ensure an unforgettable bird-watching experience.
With over 600 recorded species, Chitwan National Park boasts a remarkable collection of vulnerable and critically endangered birds, attracting ornithologists from all over the globe. Whether you opt for a half-day or a seven-day adventure, our flexible itineraries and special photography tours guarantee that you'll get the most out of your trip. Don't miss the opportunity to witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitats - join us for an unparalleled bird-watching adventure at Chitwan National Park!
We offer highly experienced and proficient guides
Wide range of activities are available to suit your needs
Eco-tour pioneers, since day one, and will remain forever
We promote animal awareness through social work
Our activities are highly flexible and can be tailored to meet the unique preferences of our valued customers.
Paddle through the tranquil waters of Chitwan National Park and immerse yourself in the beauty of the jungle from a unique perspective
Explore the lush jungles of Chitwan National Park on foot and discover a world of rare wildlife and natural beauty
Embark on a thrilling journey through the heart of Chitwan National Park in the comfort of a jeep, spotting rare wildlife along the way.
Discover Nepal's beauty through the lens on a tailored photography or documentary tour.
Rejuvenate with a 2-hour river side sight-seeing tour in Chitwan, spotting animals, one-horned rhinoceros, and mesmerizing sunset that inspires longer trips across the edge of Chitwan National Park.
Experience the ultimate jungle adventure with an overnight Tower Night Stay, offering a unique opportunity to sleep deep inside the forest and observe the diverse wildlife in their natural habitat.
Explore the unexplored Chepang, an endangered community with rich cultural traditions, on a 2-day hike from Sauraha in Chitwan and spot the rare Spiny Babbler.
Explore the Ramsar-listed Beeshazari Taal, a protected oxbow lake system outside the park boundary, for bird-watching, wildlife spotting, and to discover the crucial Barandabhar Corridor Forest linking the Siwalik Hills to the Mahabharat Range and beyond.
Lumbini, Buddha's birthplace, a UNESCO site, draws over 400K Buddhist pilgrims to the Sacred Garden and monastic zones built by different countries.
Bardia National Park, originally a Royal hunting reserve, covers an area of 968km² and is now a habitat for most of the endangered species of wildlife and birds, with jungle walks, jeep safaris and canoe rides being the main attractions.
Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve: bird paradise with rare animals, sand beaches, and unique culture.