Chitwan National park

The Chitwan National Park, previously a hunting ground, was established in 1973 and is the first national park of Nepal. Located in the Terai region of Nepal, this national park was listed as a World Heritage Site on 1984, by UNESCO.

The Chitwan National Park is the third biggest tourist attraction in Nepal after the Kathmandu Valley, and Pokhara. It is well-known for being the largest reserve in Nepal for the endangered one-horned rhinoceros. It also has a significant population of the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian elephants, leopards, and many endangered species of birds.

The Chitwan National Park is accessible by road (approximately 6-7 hours drive from Kathmandu) and also by air. The Bharatpur airport is the gateway to this national park and is located 20 kilometers away.


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