Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park is one of the most popular national parks for viewing wildlife. It is situated in in the central region of Nepal and covers 932 sq km.
Chitwan National Park is famous for the one horned rhinoceros and bengal tigers and other mammals like deer, leopards, Hanuman langurs, and Rhesus Monkeys.
The National Park is a paradise for lowland trekking holidays and bird watchers, with over 450 species recorded, including cormorants, egrets, storks, geese, cranes, kingfishers, pitas, woodpeckers, pintails, parakeets, and hornbills.
In the villages around Chitwan National Park you can learn about the traditional lifestyle and culture of the Tharu people, and explore the flat Terai landscape on a trekking holiday.