Chitwan National Park is spread over an area of 932sq km, the Chitwan National Park is Nepal’s oldest and the most visited national park in Nepal. Originally a rhino sanctuary, this well-protected area of sub-tropical forest was established in 1973 and consists of varied ecological landscapes: Churia Hills, oxbow lakes, and flood plains of Rapti, Reu, and Narayani Rivers.
What can you see while in Chitwan National Park? The flagship species of the park are one-horned rhinos, Asian elephants, mugger crocodiles, and Bengal tigers. Over 43 diverse species of mammals reside in the park, others including gaur, four-horned antelope, striped hyena, pangolin, monitor lizard, and python.
A total of 450 species of birds have been recorded in the area including Bengal florican, giant hornbill, black stork, white stork, peafowl, red jungle fowl, egrets, herons, kingfishers, flycatchers, woodpeckers, and several other fowls.
You will also visit the nearby Tharu settlements to enjoy the Tharu Cultural Dance. Tharus are the indigenous peoples of Nepal, whose ancestral land comprises inner Terai. The most amazing thing to do in Chitwan National Park is you can play with the Elephant and respect the animal's rights. Jeep drive into the dense Jungle is the most beautiful to enjoy with wild animals. Besides Royal Chitwan National Park safari, If you are interested in Mountain trekking then you can combine it with 5 days of Ghorepani Trekking to make your trip a more memorable one! The above package is just an idea, We have many selections of Hotel accommodation and we can operate it as per clients' interest. Please follow the itinerary for the day-to-day details plan.