Royal Chitwan National Park

The Royal Chitwan National Park at the southern rim of Nepal is considered as one of Asia's most spectacular wildlife sanctuaries. Founded in 1973, the national park covers more than 900 sq km and protects the unique ecosystem of one of the world's last sub-tropical jungles. The Chitwan National Park hosts more than 50 species of mammals including endangered species such as gharial alligators, wild rhinos, and the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger. In addition, more than 450 different types of birds live in the park.

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Located only 75 aerial kilometers from Kathmandu, the Royal Chitwan National Park is easily reached by bus or plane and provides you with the opportunity to discover the jungle and its wildlife at close quarters. We offer jungle packages including transportation, accomodation, and many jungle activities such as canoeing, jungle walks, and elephant rides. We will be happy to send you a detailed itenary suited to your personal interests, available time, and budget.

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