Chitwan National Park - Nepal

Discover Chitwan National Park

If you would like to visit Kathmandu, why not consider one of the tours below.  Please remember all our private tours are designed to meet your exact requirements, and the tours mentioned are just examples.

Chitwan National Park is a wildlife enthusiast’s dream come true, with a plethora of fascinating things to see. Chitwan National Park, formerly known as the Royal Chitwan National Park, was Nepal’s first national park, covering 952 square kilometres.

Chitwan – the Heart of the Jungle – has been a favourite hunting destination for Nepal’s ruling class since the end of the nineteenth century and was designated a World Heritage Site in 1984.

Over 700 types of fauna, including mammals, reptiles, and rare bird species, call the park home. The Royal Bengal Tiger and the Asian one-horned rhinoceros are two iconic animals that you could be lucky enough to see. Antelopes, Bengal Floricans, Clouded Leopards, Crocodiles, Gaurs, Golden Jackals, King Cobras, Kingfishers, Oriental Darters, Rock Pythons, and Spotted Eagles are among the animals that can be seen.

The Park offers a variety of activities such as canoeing, rafting and jungle safaris.

The best way to see Chitwan National Park

If you would like to visit the Chitwan National Park, why not take a look at one of our wonderful ATOL and ABTA protected holidays?  Please remember all our private tours are designed to meet your exact requirements, and the tours mentioned are just examples to help inspire you.

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