Nepal’s foremost national park lies in the sub-tropical lowlands of the Terai. The former royal hunting reserve consists of sal forest and riverine jungle on the floodplain of three rivers, and with over 350 bird species and many mammals contains a greater variety of wildlife than any other area in the country.
- Where: Chitwan District
- Ideal for viewing: Bengal tiger, Asian one-horned rhino, leopard, sloth bear, gharial crocodile
- Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris, Tiger safaris, Birdwatching