Chitwan National Park

Nepal's first and most well known national park (Chitwan National Park) is arranged in the Inner Terai marshes of Chitwan. Covering a region of 932 sq. kilometers the recreation center incorporates bumpy zones of the Shivalik Range secured by deciduous trees. Portions of the recreation center are floodplains of streams Narayani, Rapti, and the Reu, secured by thick tall elephant grass, timberlands of silk cotton, acacia and Sisam trees. Chitwan National Park was formally settled in 1973 and included as World Heritage Site in 1984. 

Chitwan National park is sanctuary to the last imperiled Asian species like the one-horned rhinoceros and the Royal Bengal tiger. Different creatures found here are the panther, sloth bear, wild hog, rhesus monkey, dark langur monkey, wild canine, little wild felines, buffalo, the four types of deer and other little creatures. Chitwan National Park is additionally home to 450 types of feathered creature and subsequently is perfect for fledgling viewing. In summer the timberland is buzzing with settling transients, for example, the astonishing heaven flycatcher, the Indian pitta and parakeets. 

Notwithstanding these there are number of Jungle safari journeys like Canoe ride, Chitwan Tharu Cultural Show, Chitwan Tharu Village Tour, Sunset Viewing and Bicyle Tour to Chitwan Elephant Breeding Center.