Chitwan National Park is the most popular destination for tourist wanting to have a good experience of the region's wildlife. Therefore, your visit to Nepal won't be completed without a visit to Chitwan. So it is one of the finest wildlife reserves in Asia with its dense forests, grasslands, rivers and lakes providing a unique variety and abundance of wildlife. The park has been given World Heritage status and the foothills of the Churia Range border the southern edge of the park. Situated in the Rapti Valley, the Chitwan National Park is approximately 80 miles by road southwest of Kathmandu. A visit to Chitwan allows the opportunity to fully experience of Jungle Safari with riding elephant, bird watching as well as Nepali Culture.
The lush jungles of Chitwan National Park preserve one of the last remaining examples of the primeval forest that once covered the Indian subcontinent. Chitwan is ranked among Asia's finest wildlife reserves harbouring the Royal Bengal Tiger, Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Crocodiles, four types of Deer and over 400 species of birds. Chitwan's forests allow you to view animals close-up and undisturbed in their natural cover.