Royal Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park offers one of the finest wildlife experiences in Asia. You have to be extremely lucky to see one of its Chitwan National Parkelusive tigers or leopards. HOwever, an elephant safari is unforgettable, and you are almost certain to see rhinos, various species of deer, monekys and numerous species of birds.The park is easily accesible from Kathmandu or Pokhara and is en route for those heading to / from the Indian border at Birgunj, as well as points east. It is only a short detour to / from western Nepal or the border at Sunauli. The park covers 932 sq km. It includes a number of tal (small lakes). The most intersting of these, particularly for viewing water birds are Devi Tal near Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge, Lami Tal near Kasara and Bis Hajaar Tal (literally 20,000 lakes) north west of Sauraha. Chitwan has over 43 different species of mammals, bird-watchers can try for 450 different species and butterfly-spotters have identified 67 types of butterflies at Machan Wildlife Resort. Some of the mostChitwan National Park remarkable cretures to be seen in Chitwan include elephants, rhinos and tigers. Chitwan's royal Bengal Tigers are the most elusive of the park's wildlife. Without artificial assistance, such as staking a young buffalo calf out as live bait, you would be very lucky to see a bagh (tiger) in Chitwan. It is also known for more than 50 other mammals. Chituwa (leopards) are as elusive as tigers and the night prowling bhalu (sloth bears) are also rarely seen. There are many other wild animals which is available in RCNP includes different species of deers - barking deer, spotted deer, hog deer, sambar, Gaur etc. Langur monkeys, Gangetic dolphins, marsh mugger crocodile, gharial crocodile are some other attraction of this national park. Rhinos are evergreen available animal in this national park.