Chitwan national park is the most popular hub for Wildlife exploration, bird watching, jungle safari and research.
Established in 1973 A. D, it is enlisted under World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This is the perfect example of how a particular ecosystem can be conserved without hampering the development and needs of adjoining locality.
Chitwan is 5 hours drive from Kathmandu, and is accessible via Pokhara and Lumbini Tours from Kathmandu, because they share the same highway. The National Park allows operations of Forest Resorts and Camps to accommodate the need of travelers.
A day at Chitwan National Park passes quickly with jungle walks, forest safari, bird watching, boating and cultural exchange. Chitwan is a good choice for short holidays where you want to be close to the nature.