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Chitwan National Park is the third most popular tourist destination in Nepal after Kathmandu and Pokhara. This park is one of UNESCO's world heritage sites and very interesting natural tourism. Chitwan National Park covers an area of about 952 km2 and is located in the subtropical plain of the Himalayan mountain, which is about 170 km from Kathmandu. It is a rich natural region in Nepal and has much rare wildlife including Bengal Tiger, One Horned Rhinoceros, and Gharial Crocodile. If you want to be very close to the real life of these animals then this is the right choice.
Wonderful Adventure of Wild Life in Chitwan National Park
Jungle Villa Resort is a very exciting place to explore the beautiful Chitwan National Park. From the hotel which is located right on the river, you can enjoy a variety of stunning wildlife sights.
Chitwan Jungle Safari is an extraordinary blend of adventures meeting wild animals, natural forests and the vast Nepalese plains. You can directly enjoy the satisfaction of living in the open. There are also many good hotels and inns here.
Elephant Breeding Center is located in Sauhara and is a unique tourist attraction. Here you can see how elephants were raised and various cute attractions of elephant babies.
Tharu Cultural Museum is made to introduce indigenous culture and also entertain tourists with various cultural riches such as dances, food festivals, and so on.
Maula Kalika is a famous Hindu temple and is located 561 m above sea level. For those of you who like spiritual nuances, this site is really a shame to miss.
How to Get Tickets?
The current cost of Chitwan permit is 15.000 rupees for foreigner plus a government imposed tax
How To Get Around?
There are various travel options that you can do like jungle walks / trekking, jungle tours jeep, or elephant ride jungle treks. Also available are river boating and canoing.
What Should I Wear?
Bring some natural jungle color clothes for jungle activities
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Chitwan National Park is in dry season and espesially the end of the dry season while wild life gathering.
Will I Need a Guide?
With a lot of wildlife and extensive natural situations you should use a tour guide.
How To Get There?
Chitwan National Park can be reached by 20 minutes air travel from Kathmandu.
Avoid trekking alone in the jungle at all costs and read the tour itinerarry well.