Women Only Tours in Chitwan


Wedged between the high Himalayas and the gorgeous Indian plains, Nepal has been attracting tourists with its otherworldly charm and promise of adventure since time unknown. Here, every experience comes with an extra dose of warm smiles and generosity. So whether you choose to explore the cultural side of Nepal in Kathmandu or take off on one the many trekking trails across the country, one thing is guaranteed, you are sure to have a good time. Head to Nepal on a Getaway Goddess travel package now!

  • Best Time to Travel

    October to March

  • Curent Weather

    Mostly CLoudy 33°C

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  • Population


Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Chitwan

Happy House
If you are a fan of honey, this is the place to go, literally. A quaint family-run business, Happy House offers honey in a wide range of delectable flavours, and that's not all, it also sells colourful Mithila paintings and hand-woven paper produced by a women's craft cooperative.

Women's Community Shop
Looking to buy tiny, adorable souvenirs to take back home from Nepal? Look no further. This store has a selection of cute souvenirs you can buy which also include elephant poo paper. Do note all the earnings collected here directly go into developing local women's community groups.


Being a wildlife park there is no scope for nightlife in the real sense at Chitwan. But you can choose to set out a camp during your night safari and stargaze the night away!


Dashain is a 15-day festival, also one of the longest festivals celebrated in the whole of Nepal. It takes place during the months of September-October and represents the victory of the goddess Parvati. In Hindu mythology, it also represents goddess Durga's victory over the demon Mahishasura.

Jititiya is a 3-day festival celebrated by mothers in which they fast throughout the day and night for the wellbeing of their children. This festival shows great love and affection by the mothers towards their children and thus is considered as a festival that holds prime importance in Nepal and northern parts of India. The festival ends with the eating of a variety of food and a special festival delicacy.


Village Tour Of Tharu
The village of Tharu is famous for close and personal observation of the culture of the locals. Tourists can witness the daily lifestyle and activities of the communities living here. Opt for a tonka ride or explore on foot. It's advisable to take help of a local guide during the tour to better understand the local customs.

Lamo Jharna
Lamo Jharna is one of Nepal's the best canyoning and rock climbing spots. Trek to Mera Peak or Ama Dablam or opt to go for a canyoning or kayaking cruise to Pokhara and Chitwan Jungle Safari.

Things to Carry

  •  Carry weather-appropriate clothes, and night wear.
  •  Your prescription medication, sunscreen, cosmetics, sunglasses and hats.
  •  Appropriate footwear for walking
  •  Camera, phone and accessories.
  •  Money or a plastic equivalent

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