Bird watching excursions in Chitwan offer people a wide variety of seasonal sightings. Together with the resident bird population includes over 160 migratory species in the autumn and winter. Come spring and summer, the people's landscape changes into colorful sunbirds, and Bengal Pittas and the forest come alive with the calls for cuckoos. One especially thrilling sight for avian fans is the opportunity to see the magnificent Paradise Flycatcher in all its glory during the monsoon season. The experience of visiting Chitwan National Park Safariis further improved by abiding by a knowledgeable guide through the dense forest and lowlands. There is such an abundance of chance to see a vast selection of species that it is easy to become overwhelmed by the beauty of everything and overlook things. |
A guided tour can help concentrate your travel and will far exceed any expectations you might have already needed for a visit to Nepal. Situated in the Terai lowlands of Nepal, Royal Chitwan National Park is an unmarred treasure; a sweeping 932-square-km reserve established in 1973 and also designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. Its lush confines are home to Nepal's most enchanting topography, not to mention a refuge for odd wildlife; using a plethora of ecosystems painting Royal Chitwan's landscape, such as sweeping hills, lakes, flood plains, and a rhinoceros sanctuary, it's of little wonder Royal Chitwan National Park has gained significant international appeal.
According to Lonely Planet, Royal Chitwan National Park is considered Nepal's third-largest attraction after the notorious Khatmandu Valley and trekking. The expansive area preserves the magnificent flora and fauna of Nepal's subtropical woodlands, seventy percent of which is comprised of indigenous Sal Forests. Beneath the Himalayas, dwelling in the center of the densely-foliaged Gangetic Plain, Royal Chitwan National Park brims with these handsome trees, as well as a verdant swathe of vines, creepers, and air plants.
Besides Sal forests, Royal Chitwan cups at its own fertile palm water marshes and billowing grasslands also. In fact, the park boasts more than fifty different grasses, such as elephant grass that, at a staggering 8 meters, reaches heights known by few other varieties in the savannah. Probably the most titillating element of Royal Chitwan National Park is the bevy of mammals which occupies the varied landscape which, though endangers from the area's long lineage of poaching, stays visible to Chitwan trekkers. Visitors flock to the book to sneak glimpses of Chitwan's' impressive stock, including tigers, leopards, wild pigs, crocodiles, and a vast assemblage of birds.
Elephant rides abound in Royal Chitwan Park, and families and trekkers alike mount the gargantuan animal for optimum wildlife spotting inside this elaborate jungle. Riding in a howdah, or carriage perched on the back of a sea, presents its own benefits, especially for those craving an exotic escapade. For fortunate travelers, a Royal Chitwan safari will offer rare views of especially titillating species, including the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, royal Bengal tiger, wild elephant, as well as also the infrequent Gangetic dolphin.
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