Which is the first national park in Nepal?
Chitwan National ParkEdit
Address: Subarnapur -
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Chitwan National ParkEdit
It is situated in inner Terai lowlands, NepalEdit
There are transports available from Kathmandu to Sauraha. From there the park is only 7 km awayEdit
Royal Bengal Tigers,Indian Rhinoceros, Asian elephants, Antilopes, Pangolins,crocodiles, pythons and a variety of birdsEdit
Elephant back safari,jeep safari,jungle walk and bird watching, visiting elephant breeding centre,ox cart or pony ride, lake tour are some of the activities.Edit
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Travellers average satisfaction about this place is 85 and 5 people visited this place.
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Chitwan is a different universe! We went there by transport from Pokhara. On our way there the perspectives were lovely. As I got to Chitwan, you can naturally feel the good, humble energy. We remained in a lodging with my companions, subsequently, we went to the public park. We saw a ton of wild creatures, having a lovely evening in Chitwan. I suggest the city of Chitwan itself.
This is a wonderful park and the elephant Safari is a suggested one, on the off chance that you are fortunate, you may even see the Tiger. On the off chance that you are unfortunate, you will in any case see rhinos, deers, monkeys, and heaps of birds and butterflies. It's truly awesome.
Chitwan unquestionably merits a visit on the off chance that you are in Nepal. It is very congenial both from Pokhara and Kathmandu. The scene of the backwoods is delightful. One can undoubtedly spot rhinos and deer and a decent assortment of birds too. Elephant ride is certainly a top draw however the jeep and kayak ride was more awesome to me. I wish to spend one more night. Generally speaking, I loved it.
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