Jungle Safari

Take an elephant ride with us into the jungle of Chitwan National Park, UNESCO Natural heritage site situated in the southern subtropical part of Nepal. The park has conserved some of the endangered species of animals such as the one horned rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile. Animals comfortably live in this park in their natural habitat. There are lodge, hotels and resorts operating both inside as well as outside the park. Another activity to perform in the jungle is bird watching. Around 544 species of birds has been recorded including 22 endangered species of birds.

It is indeed a tempting invitation for adventure loving tourist allowing them to be away from the maddening rush of the city crowd, to bask in tranquil, calm and tension free atmosphere, a well earned holiday amongst natural surroundings.

Royal Chitwan National Park, located in the central inner Terai region, was the former Royal Hunting Reserve. The great one horn rhinoceros, several species of deer, bear, leopard, dolphin, crocodile, birds, tigers etc. inhabit in this park in their natural habitat. Many comfortable lodges operate both inside and outside this park, providing rooms, food, elephant rides to view wildlife, nature walks, bird watching etc.

A tempting invitation indeed for the adventure loving tourist allowing them to be away from the maddening rush of the city crowd, basking in tranquil, calm and tension free atmosphere, a well earned holiday amongst natural surroundings.

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