Day 01: Gorakpur Arrival – Lumbini (5-6 Hours - 300 Km)
Day 02: Lumbini Full Day
Day 03: Lumbini – Palpa - Pokhara (8-9 Hours - 280 Km)
Day 04: Pokhara Full Day
Day 05: Pokhara - Kathmandu (6-7 Hours – 220 Km)
Day 06: Kathmandu – Nagarkot (1.5 Hrs - 40km)
Day 07: Nagarkot – Chitwan National Park (5-6 Hours – 230 Km)
Day 08: Chitwan National Park
Day 09: Chitwan National Park – Gorakpur (9-10 Hours – 450 Km)
A name derived from the world "Chhemi" meaning "Capable people" is well known for its colourful painted masks, dolls & for its terracotta work including delightful peacock & elephant flower pots and imaginatively moulded candle stands & ashtrays. This village of Thimi lies on the old road to Bhaktapur from Kathmandu.
The central zoo is the only one Zoo in Nepal situated at Jawalakhel. It was established in 1932 and opened to the public in 1956. Over the years management of the Zoo was under various government departments and was formally handed over on 29th December 1995 to the King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation for 30 years. The Central Zoo covers an area of six hectors. It houses over 800 animals of 126 species. Among these 30 mammals, 66 birds and 8 reptiles and 22 fishes species. The central Zoo exhibits 13 out of 38 endangered animal species of Nepal. There is a beautiful pond built in the 17th century. Under the Zoo animal welfare scheme, the Zoo has already started an animal sponsorship program since 1997. Friends of the Zoo (FOZ) are a membership based conservation education program of the central Zoo.
CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK
Chitwan is one of the finest districts of Nepal. It is renowned for its dense concentration of wildlife. The Royal Chitwan National Park is placed there is exotic park of Asia, which provide the opportunity to see animals in their natural habitat. It is the heart of the jungle, is among the last surviving examples of the continuous band of grasslands. The main attraction here is one of the largest forest regions in Asia teeming with wildlife such as the rare great one horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, sloth bear, leopard, wild boar fresh water dolphin, crocodile, more than 350 species of birds and Royal Bengal tiger. Visitors may enjoy elephant back excursions, nature walks, canoe trips and jungle treks. The five-hour drive (145 Km overland) from Kathmandu to Chitwan is filled with thrilling views of the hills, rivers and plains with top class jungle lodges on either side.
Baneshwor, - . Kathmandu Nepal
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