Chitwan National Park, the natural World Heritage Site, encompasses sights of crocodiles, great one-horned rhinos, deer, tigers through an elephant ride. Nepal is one of the few places in the world where you can actually walk in a jungle as it is one of the itineraries in a Jungle safari. It depends upon our valued visitor’s choice if you are jungle wanderers or bird watchers or animal lovers, all choices are open here in Nepal.
There are other two exclusive places for jungle safari and they are Bardiya National Park in the mid-western region and Sagarmatha National Park the other natural world heritage site in the eastern region. For ornithologists and amateur bird-watchers, the Chitwan National Park offers excellent possibilities with more than 564 species recorded. If you are a bird watcher then there is also another paradise for you, that is Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve which has been recognized as Wetland site since 1987 and which has recorded 479 species of the bird variety.