Chitwan National Park lies in Nepal’s subtropical Terai lowlands in the south of the country. It was Nepal’s first National Park, awarded World Heritage Site status in 1984.
Its dense jungle, marshy wetlands and rippling grasslands are a haven to wildlife such as the one-horned rhino, sloth bear, gharial, leopard, and the creature everyone hopes to catch a glimpse of – the elusive Royal Bengal tiger. We will also keep our eyes open for the many other species of animals and birds which live here, including several species of deer and monkey.
We explore this beautiful and enchanting habitat by jeep and dug-out canoe, and also visit a local community, where the way of life is very different to what we have experienced in the mountains of Nepal.
Helen - June 2019
We have returned taking so much from this amazing experience, to look at further support in our own company for the School Project. We feel it would not have been the same feeling without the support of Ben, Shiva and his local team. Thank you Discover Adventure for the experience of a lifetime.
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Malcolm - March 2017
Just back from the Nepal Project Trek and had a very good time - wonderful country and people. In particular, Caroline was outstanding as leader. Organised, experienced, passionate about Nepal and always reassuringly smiling! Prem and all the Nepalese support team were also great. It was fantastic to trek somewhere where there were very few trekkers and to walk along the river and through the woods – much more enjoyable than bare rock. I enjoyed helping out at the school and being able to support the local people and the Famous farm was beautiful!
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