Nepal with 14 national parks and wildlife reserves in the country, Nepal provides shelter to over 30 species of large wild animals. One-Horned Rhinoceros (Gaidaa) and Fish-eating Crocodiles (gharial) are often seen in Chitwan National Park, along with occasional sightings of Royal Bengal Tigers. Elswhere it may be possible to see Snow leopards, Red pandas, Himalayan Black Bears, and approximately 180 species of other mammals.Nepal is also a haven for over 800 bird species representing nearly 10% of all the world’s bird population. That’s nearly as many as in all of North America.
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The most famous and Nepal's first national park, ‘World Heritage Nature Site' declared by UNESCO is situated in the central development region covering an area of 932 sq. Chitwan National Park is the home to more than 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros and Royal Bengal Tigers. This is also the home to around 600 plant species, 50 mammals, 526 birds and 49…
Chitwan National Park was declared UNESCO Natural Heritage Site in 1979. This park is situated in southern central Nepal, covering 932 sq.km covered with deciduous forests overlooking the floodplains of Narayani, Rapti and Reu rivers. The park headquarters at Kasara is 21 km drive from Bharatpur which is 20 minutes by air or 146 km by road from Kathmandu.…