Chitwan National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site

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It was Nepal's first National park established in 1973

It was granted the status of world heritage site in 1984

One can spot many endangered species like One-horned Rhinos, Royal Bengal Tiger, Deer, Monkeys, Wild Boar and up to 544 species of birds

October to early March is the best time to visit Chitwan for pleasant 25°C temperatures

Some popular activities at Chitwan National Park are Elephant back safari, bath with elephant, canoeing, jungle walk, visit to Elephant Breeding Center, village walk etc

First protected area in the country

An entire day can be spent in the Chitwan National park amidst of nature getting involved in various available activities

The Tharu Stick Dance is a traditional cultural performance of the Tharu community. Visitors to Chitwan National Park can witness this vibrant dance, showcasing the unique culture and traditions of the indigenous people.

Chitwan National Park is characterized by its lush riverine forests, which are formed along the banks of rivers like the Narayani and Rapti.