Royal Chitwan National Park
Just out side of Bharatpur, Nepal is the 932 square kilometer Royal Chitwan National Park animal preserve, located in the subtropical Inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal in the Chitwan District. It is from this wildlife refuge that a great number of the one-horned rhinos are relocated from to various parks in the Nepal. Not only are you able to catch a glimpse of the mammoth one-horned rhino here, but you can also see the Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat.
General access to the Royal Chitwan National Park is made possible by either plane or bus as there is no rail head close enough to the preserve to make the trip worth while. Assuming that you do opt to take the plane, you will arrive in the park in no time and from the moment you enter the Royal Chitwan National Park you are immediately awe struck by the beauty of the place. Unfortunately, the size of the Royal Chitwan National Park is so massive that one cannot even begin to fathom the time needed to explore the far reaches of this wildlife preserve. Hopefully you have set aside a few days for your safari into Nepal’s Royal Chitwan National Park so that you can be afforded the best opportunities to see the rare and exotic plant and animal life that calls this place home.