Chitwan National Park with an area of 932 Sq. Kms of forests, marshland and grassland is the first National Park of Nepal and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Chitwan National Park offers sighting of various wild life in its natural habitat. The park is rich in flora and fauna and has a fascinating variety of mammals and birds. The park preserves some of the last habitats for endangered species like the greater one-horned rhinoceros and the Royal Bengal tiger.
For Wildlife enthusiasts, Chitwan National Park is an amazing place to be for leisure as well as getting amazing wildlife experience in the wilderness – Jungle Walks, Jeep safari, Elephant safari, Canoeing, village tours and a lot more. Chitwan National Park can easily be reached by a short flight from Kathmandu to Bharatpur, the nearest airport around 20 kms. There are two main entrances to Chitwan National Park: Sauraha in the east and Meghauli village in the west.
Witness wilderness in its real form, and do it in style like the kings on elephant back to spot one-horned rhinos and deer, or go for a jeep safari in the depths of the forest to catch a glimpse of the Royal Bengal tiger. Another, exciting adventure is to go canoeing in the marshy Terai river amongst dozens of marsh mugger crocodiles basking in the sun.
Between the safaris in the mornings and evenings , spend some time to get yourself educate by visiting the elephant and crocodile breeding centers OR just walk to a near by tribal village to enjoy the hospitality of Tharu tribe in their traditional mud houses. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner with your friends and family along with the stick dance and local folk songs performed by Tharu tribe.