Chitwan National Park in Nepal is a national park devoted to the conservation and preservation of one of Nepal’s most diverse Jungles. Chitwan National Park is 360 square miles of preserved jungle. The park is home to many iconic Nepali mammals including Bengal Tigers, Sloth Bears, Leopards, Otters and Rhinoceros. There are at least 43 species of exotic mammals recorded to live in the park. This jungle is also home to rare species of birds and insects.
Elephant and Jeep Safaris of the park are available throughout the year. Rafting and guided jungle walks are also enjoyed by the parks visitors.