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Take a game drive in the buffer zone of Chitwan National Park. These game drives can be on foot, or by boat. These experiences take place in the early morning and late afternoon.
Chitwan is a sal forest mixed with grasslands and rivers. It is impressively beautiful and is very varied.
Chitwan covers over 360 square miles and is home to at least 43 species of mammals. There are over 500 one-horned rhinos in the park, and you can expect good sightings. There are big cats, from leopards and also the Royal Bengal Tiger which there are estimated to be around 82 in the park. Because Chitwan is known for its long grass - tigers can easily hide so sightings are relatively few and far between. You can also see rhinos, mugger crocodiles, ghaur, wild boar, samber deer, red muntjac, hog deer, chital, rehesus monkeys, langurs, flying squirrels and black naped hares. There are over 543 species of birds in Chitwan.
Chitwan National Park, Nepal