Trail Rating – Blue (easy, gentle and fun).
Best time to Visit – In the cooler months Oct to March, but year round travel is possible. Can get hot, wet and Humid from April to September.
Access – By road (6 Hours) or Air (27 mins) from Kathmandu or Pokhara
Accommodation – 1 to 5 Star Hotels and Lodges, Home Stays.
Down in the flat lands, near the border of India, can be found Chitwan National Park, the home of the One Horned Rhinos and the elusive Bengal Tiger. This flat region offers fun trails for all levels of riders. Explore the buffer zones where rural farm life meets jungle and discover the intricate relationships between the Tharu people and nature. The land lies at the foot of the Churia Hills, the rolling range of hills from which the mighty Himalayas rise up in the distance.
Riding consists of single tracks and country lanes through farming lands, traditional villages, along rivers and in sub-tropical jungles. It’s relaxed, enjoyable riding.
Most visitors choose to stay 2 to 3 days in Chitwan, taking in the relaxed vibe of the place along with a number of jungle and nature activities.