Chitwan is a world heritage site that is just 25 km from the city of Bharatpur. It is located in subtropical inner Terai. The saal trees cover the most jungle with other subtropical forests. The wide range of vegetation types has become habitat for more than 700 species of wildlife in Chitwan national park. The Narayani river system holds endangered species of snakes, crocodiles, tortoise, and other aquatic animals. The Chitwan national park is known for holding the most number of one horn rhinoceros and Royal Bengal tigers. Bird watching, canoeing, and elephant safari are the popular activities that you can do in Chitwan national park. The Tharu culture has been preserved and promoted in Chitwan and guest can enjoy the Tharu hospitality and their lifestyle.
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