Chitwan National Park Deposit


The Chitwan National Park is regarded as one of Nepal’s biggest attractions and is Nepal’s first national park. Formerly named the Royal Chitwan National park and established in 1973, it became a World Heritage Site in 1984. Its forests and grasslands extend over more than 2600 square km and it is home to approximately 800 rhinos. There are around 700 different species of wildlife when you include butterflies, moths and insects. With at least 43 species of mammals and over 500 identified species of bird it really does have something for everyone. Accessible from the nearby Bharatpur Airport, Sauraha we offer a standard 3 day package but let us know if you’d like to spend longer here.It’s a truly magical place either as relaxation after a strenuous climb or trek or as a stand-alone tour. Often one of the highlights of this visit is seeing elephants close up and getting the chance to wash then in the river.