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Elephant Riding / Safari Bath with Elephant in Chitwan, Nepal

•Elephant Riding / SafariBath with Elephant
•Bish Hajar Taal TripJungle Walk / Safari
•Bird Watching
•Elephant's Breeding CenterTharu Village TourJeep Drive / SafariLamo Jharana, Jalbire
Best time:
Chitwan National Park is open year round with most wildlife visible. However during the end of the dry season in October to December there is a greater chance of seeing tigers and other wildlife as they come out to the waterholes. Local guides also mention November and December as being good times though it's not that hot. From June - to September it is both Nepals Hot season and Monsoon season. It can get very hot and humid in Chitwan at this time of year making trekking uncomfortable for many.
Besides home-stay facilities in Shaktikhor, Gadi, Chisapanitar, Chitram, Majhbang and Hattibang, resting places, porter shelters with bath rooms/toilets are also available. Tea houses are available in Siddhi, whereas camping site is available in Uppardang Gadi, Hattibang, Chitram and Jyandala. The nearest point where all major tourist facilities are available is Sauraha near the Royal Chitwan National Park or Narayanghat.
Wholesome and organic locally produced agricultural items are available along the Chepang Hills Trail. Millets, wheat, corn, buck wheat Dhido (Nepali food item) and roti, baked corn, soybeans and other beans, dal and rice, gundruk (partially fermented edible leaves), seasonal vegetables and fruits, ghee, milk, honey, curd, other juices, poultry/goat items, edible roots, etc. are available. Other items like Kheer (pudding), sel-roti (fox bread), black dal's phuloura (a type of fried item), crab, tama (bamboo shoots), fish, nettle, etc. are also available on demand.
Tourist buses from Pokhara or Kathmandu to get to Sauraha to visit Chitwan National Park will be your best option (5ish hours from each), as it can take you directly there. If you are in a hotel in Pokhara or Kathmandu before coming to Chitwan, the staff at the hotel can help arrange that for you. The local buses are significantly cheaper, but for either routes it will usually involve three buses, one to Narayangadh/Bharatpur, then one to Tandi Bazaar, and another one down into Sauraha. Within Sauraha there are ox carts and pony carts for negotiable prices. But most places you can walk to, the farthest point being the Elephant Breeding Centre, which is nearly a 4 kilometer walk, but it gets you out of the tourist zone.
Chitwan National Park is one of the premier drawcards in Nepal. This World Heritage–listed reserve protects more than 932 sq km of forests, marshland and grassland containing sizeable animal populations, making it one of the best national parks for viewing wildlife in Asia. You'll have an excellent chance of spotting one-horned rhinos, deer, monkeys and some of the more than 500 species of birds. If you’re extremely lucky, you may spot a leopard, wild elephant or sloth bear – though it’s the once-in-a-lifetime chance to spot a majestic royal Bengal tiger that is the premier attraction. 
You'll also have the chance to experience domesticated elephants, although how that interaction takes place is now undergoing a paradigm shift driven by animal rights concerns. There is a daily admission fee that is normally bundled into the overall cost of a tour.