Chitwan national park
It is the most popular national park in Nepal with wildlife adventures. It covers an area of 952.63 km square, located on the Terai region of the southern-central part of Nepal. Located in the areas of four districts of Nepal, are Chitwan, Makwanpur, Parsa, and Nawalpur. It has been listed UNESCO natural Heritages list in 1979. Chitwan is at 100meters (330 ft.) of altitude from sea level. Narayani River covers the west and north part of the Chitwan. You will get a chance to explore wildlife animals, birds, wide and deep forest, affluent grassland and many more.
Chitwan National Park, a figure of more than 100 Bengal tigers, 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros will amaze you. It provides a chance to see clumsy elephants, deer, crocodile, wild cats, Langur Monkey, Rhesus Monkey, Grey Deer, python and many more. Various species of birds sounds make your trip more memorable during your safari. It is the home of 68 mammals, 113 species of fish and mugger crocodiles, 17 species of snakes, 700 species of wildlife and 543 species of birds. Chitwan national park is not only popular with its wildlife adventure but also popular with Tharu culture and their lifestyle as well. Tharu dance performed by a set of young Tharu males carrying sticks is the much appealing facet of visiting Chitwan National Park.
Between March to June is the best time to visit the National Park. At this time, moisture enclosed the entire path around the park. Moreover, the autumn months are pleasant to see mountain views. Also, February and May appear as the outstanding game-viewing period. you can have a lifetime experience of jungle safari on elephant back spotting the sights of wild lives in the greenery forest, natural water, rich grasslands, and deep forest in Nepal.