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Chitwan National Park

The Chitwan National park is one of the finest national parks in Asia, it lies in the lowlands of south-central Nepal, covering an area of 932 sq. km and is listed a World Heritage site since 1984. It is renowned for its variety and amount of wildlife. It is home for some endangered species such as The Royal Bengal Tiger, One horned Rhinoceros, Leopard, Gaurs as well as Sloth Bear, Monkeys and varieties of Deer, Crocodiles, and Butterflies and over 530 species of colorful birds. The park also offers a variety of flora.