Walking is one of the best ways to explore the area of Chitwan National Park. Hiking inside the deep jungle in search of different species of flora and fauna is full of recreation and fun. All of the walking tours are accompanied by two unarmed guides (holding license) except stick, and selection of trial either in jeep able road or rough path directly depends upon visitor’s wish. Every visitor are to be bounded by park rules and must follow safety precautions while encountering the animals, provided that the guides will deeply elucidate the rules and safety measures prior to the start of trip.
In addition, Chitwan National Park is the home of arrays of Rhinos (600), 105 Tigers, 396 Gaurs, around 150 Sloth bear, Monkeys, Deers, Wild boars and more than 600 species of birds.
Walking, namely short day and full day, both commences from the same point, let’s say Sauraha or border of CNP. Longer than a day trip-may be of 2 days/ 3 days or even of up to 7 days provides you an ample opportunity to know deeply about the nature that considerably enhances your knowledge, and significantly increases the chance of spotting comparatively larger number of animals, and even the rare ones like tigers & bears. Depending upon the flexibility of time of guests, we recommend making as longer trips as possible. Indulging into the raw-nature and gathering of awesome adventurous experience can be best fulfilled by jungle hike.