Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park; built-in 1973 is considered as the homeland of different flora and fauna. It is also one of the UNESCO World Heritage since 1984.

Covering an area of 952.6 km2; it is located in the subtropical Inner Terai. Similarly, it is the oldest or said to be the first National Park built in Nepal.

As for the record, this national park consists of 68 different species of mammals, including endangered species like two-horned Rhino, Bengal tiger, Hispid Hare and many more.

Likewise, there are 544 different species of birds, including endangered species like Bengal florican, lesser adjutant, swamp Francolin, Gray-crowned Prinia, 67 species of beautiful butterflies and many more.

It is also known as the most popular National Park among tourists where you can do Elephant Back Safari, Jeep Safari, Jungle walk and bird watching, Canoe ride, Village walk, Elephant bathing and many more.

Best time to visit Chitwan National Park:

The best time to visit Chitwan National Park is in Summer; March to early June, Monsoon-end of May and Winter-October to the end of February. Whereas, November is the best time to see the Great Himalayan Range.
Likewise, if you are ready to go to Jungle safari in Chitwan National Park then you might want to pack these things.

-Sun hats and sunglasses
-Binoculars, camera, and video camera
-Swimming costume if you want Elephant bathing
-Warm windproof jacket for winter
-Strong Pair of shoes -Sunscreen and some lotion that repel bugs.

Note: These things are recommended for your journey but not compulsory.
Also, you can check our blog from time to time for new kinds of information about traveling and trekking.

About Author

As the head of Pristine Nepal Treks and Expedition, he is the inspiration for all the young generation who wants to work in the trekking field. As he is working in the tourism/trekking field from a young age he is always interested to learn and exploring more about the Himalayas, Culture, History, and politics too.

With a very friendly nature, smart personality, and kindness he is an expert in the tourism sector and has already organized countless trekking trips and going on.

(2) Comments

  1. barry hall

    can I get a resonsable view of mount Everest from Chitwan national park.

    1. Chin Thapa

      No, you cannot see Mt. Everest from Chitwan National Park but you can see Mt. Everest from Daman which is about 77 kilometers southwest of Kathmandu at an elevation of 2,322m.

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