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Chitwan

Chitwan

Chitwan is home to Chitwan National Park, Nepal’s oldest and most popular national sanctuary. The park is spread in an area 932 sq. km. and remains the most visited destination in Nepal. The park consists of lush vegetation, a mosaic of riverine Sal forest and grasslands, fragile Siwalik-hill ecosystem as well as alluvial flood plains. There have been 31% of mammals, 61% of birds, 34% of amphibians and reptiles, and 65% of fishes recorded in the park as well as over 400 species of both migratory and resident bird species.
 
Enlisted as a world heritage site in the category of natural heritage, Chitwan National Park is the oldest national park of Nepal and is one of the last sanctuaries of Royal Bengal Tiger and one-horned Asiatic Rhinos. The park is spread in an area 932 sq. km. and remains the most visited destination in Nepal. The park consists of lush vegetation, a mosaic of riverine Sal forest and grasslands, fragile Siwalik-hill ecosystem as well as alluvial flood plains.
 
Chitwan is famous for jungle safari to see the elusive Royal Bengal Tigers, One-horned Rhinos, Asian Elephants among others. Major activities in the park include bird watching, visit to crocodile breeding center, canoeing and rowing. Tharu, the indigenous inhabitants of Chitwan, and their unique culture is also one of the unforgettable charms of Chitwan. 
 
The region is also home to the indigenous Tharu community who are well known for their unique cultural and social practices.
 
Jungle Walk and bird watching, Elephant safari, Crocodile Breeding Center, Canoe Ride, Tharu Cultural Program are some of the popular attractions of Chitwan National Park.  

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