If you are looking for some extra days in Nepal,why not consider the option of travelling to the south of Nepal for a visit to the jungle in Chitwan National Park? To get to Chitwan National Park you will drive for approximately 5 hours to reach your lodge.
Covering an area of 932 square meters in Nepal's southeastern subtropical lowlands, called the Terai, Chitwan National Park was designated as Nepal's first national park in 1973. This area is home to a vast number of plants and wildlife, including Nepal's protected rhinoceros and elephant populations, as well as being one of the world's best tiger habitat, home to the famous bengal tiger. Options abound for adventure in this unique region - take an elephant or jeep safari, river rafting tour, guided jungle walk, or visit a traditional Tharu village, the indigenous inhabitants of this region.