Chitwan National Park Adventure Tours
Insects are generally not much of a problem, although in the wet season from June to August, mud and leaches may limit some activities. In truth, even the wet, monsoon season is a good time to visit Chitwan, though it is a bit harder to get around. The jungle sounds are most impressive during the wet season. Tiger sightings are more frequent in March and April when water sources are more concentrated and grass cutting and burning increases visibility of all species. You might hear tigers roaring at any time of year.
The lodges, located in villages just outside the park boundries, provide private double rooms with comfortable bedding and Western style baths with timed hot water. Electricity is provided in the early evening and early morning. Activities start before dawn and most guests are asleep by 9:00 pm. The lodges offer excellent food, buffet style, in screened dining areas.
You can travel to Chitwan by road or air from Kathmandu, followed by a road transfer. Chitwan can be reached by road from Pokhara, as well.