Le parc national de Chitwan
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The Chitwan National Park is one of two main reserves which Nepal. It was created in 1973, and was listed in 1984 on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
It covers more than 930 km² and is home to several animal species in great danger of extinction, such as the Unicorn Rhinoceros or the Bengal tiger.
The park is located in the plains region, called Terai.
The park is very rich in flora and fauna. And to better appreciate it, you can treat yourself to a traditional elephant safari, a moment of bird watching, a canoe ride, or even a jungle excursion.