Descending from the mountains of Nepal, through the gorges and valleys, the rivers of Nepal open out into one of the lowest landscapes on earth. Here lies the lush valley of Chitwan with miles of virgin forest, swamps, and grassland – a far cry from the high Himalayan peaks.
Here you can experience adventure of a different kind in the Royal Chitwan National Park. Chitwan is a sanctuary for many animals such as the great one-horned Indian Rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger, sloth bear, leopard, wild boar, crocodile, gangetic dolphin, several species of deer to name a few, and over 450 species of birds!
You can enjoy this wonderful opportunity to see animals in their natural habitat – Nepal offers many wildlife activities such as elephant safaris, dugout canoe trips, and nature walks in the jungle, accompanied by our experienced naturalists and nature guides.
Or if you prefer, visit the Royal Bardia Wildlife Reserve – situated in the lowlands of far western Nepal which is of equal interest for its wildlife, flora, and fauna. A trip to these parks is a must for any visitor to Nepal and is an exciting addition to your vacation in Nepal.