A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish welcomes you to Nepal’s best preserved Chitwan National Park. The southern region of Nepal awaits you with the wildlife experience like no other. Nestled in the foothills of Himalayas the jungles of Chitwan National Park can make any wildlife lover excited and the place is one of the highly visited places in Nepal. If one is lucky enough they can spot the royal Bengal tiger as well as one-horned rhino crossing their path amid the lush forest. The world-renowned national park is home to one of the last Asiatic rhinoceros and one of the last refuges of the Bengal Tiger. Tourist can either opt for elephant safari or take a jeep safari to quench their thirst for wildlife and nature. Chitwan National Park is famous for its wilderness and tops the list of things to do in Nepal. But apart from wildlife safaris, the park has a lot of other activities to offer. Tourist can experience canoeing in marshy Terai river with hundreds of crocodiles basking in the sun or can visit elephant and gharial breeding farms along with their kids to educate them the importance of co-existing with wildlife and turn your trip into a perfect family getaway. The spectacular landscape of the area makes this park a treat for every kind of tourist and gives a different kind of excitement to all the wildlife enthusiasts.

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