The Chitwan National Park, originally known as the Royal Chitwan National Park, was founded in 1973. It was Nepal’s first national park.
The park covers 952 square kilometers and offers a variety of interesting activities. Mainly, rafting, canoeing, elephant bathing, and, of course, Jungle Safari. The most well-known travel package within this park is the Chitwan Jungle Safari.
It is home to over 700 types of fauna, ranging from mammals and reptiles to uncommon bird species. Chitwan National Park is home to two notable animals: the Royal Bengal Tiger and the Asian one-horned rhinoceros. The more well-known species of this sanctuary are Clouded leopards, Sloth Bears, Striped Hyenas, Golden Jackals, Gaurs, Antelopes, Bengal Floricans, Oriental Darters, Kingfishers, Spotted Eagles, King Cobra, Rock Python, Gharials, and Crocodiles.
- Go on safari in the jungles of Chitwan National Park
- Spot wildlife like Royal Bengal tigers, rhinos, and exotic birds
- Spend your nights at charming jungle lodges in the park
- Tour the cultural highlights of vibrant Kathmandu