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Royal Chitwan National Park
Establish : In 1973 A.D.

Area : 932 sq. kms,Listed world haritage sites in 1984 A.D.

Location : Subtropical inner Tarai lowlands of south – Central Nepal

Vegetation : Approximately 70% Salforest, 20% Grassland, 17% Riverine forest and 3% Sal with Chirpine.

Wildlife : There are more than 43 species of mammals in the park. The park is especially renowned for the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, royal bengal tiger and the gharial crocodile along with many other common species such as gaur, wild elephant, four-horned antelope, striped hyena, pangolin, gangetic dolphin, monitor lizard and python, deers, langurs and rhesus monkey.

Birds :
There are over 850 species of birds in Nepal among them only the 450 species of birds can be found in Chitwan. They are Bengal florican, Gaint hornbill, Lesser florican, Black stork, White stork, Kingfishers, Woodpeckers, Herons, Egrets, Flycatchers, Sunbirds, Water birds.

Activities :
Elephant safari, Nature walk, Dugout canoe ride, Culture tour, Camping, Bird watching, Tharu village tour, culture programme,Elephant breading center visit etc..


  • An entry fee has to pay at the park’s entrance gate.
  • All flora and fauna are fully protected and must not be disturbed.
  • Do not purchase illegal animal or plant products.
  • Carry out non biodegradable items such as plastic & bottles.
  • Place trash in rubbish bins.
  • No one should walk within the park between sunset and sunrise
  • Respect religious and cultural sites.
  • Camping in side the park should be made only at the designed areas.
  • Visitors should be self sufficient in fuel supply (kerosene) . The use of firewood is strictly prohibited.
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