Royal Chitwan National Park is situated in the sub-tropical lowlands of Nepal, known as the Terai. This is a vast area of emerald rice paddies and typical rural villages. The park is located in an ecologically diverse area that is home to more than 300 endangered species in Asia, such as the one-horned rhinoceros. It also has a vast collection of rare and fascinating Bengal tigers. Apart from the one-horned rhino and rare tigers, Chitwan National Park also has a large variety of plants and wildlife. Chitwan National Park is not only a place where plants and wild animals are welcome but also the visitors and tourists that come to see the wonders of this famous Chitwan National Park in Nepal. Visitors can stay at the Chitwan National Park's lodges which are found inside the park. They offer full board accommodation, plus elephant rides and jeep safaris.
According to Lonely Planet, Royal Chitwan National Park is considered Nepal's third-largest attraction. Chitwan National Park is Nepal's primary park established in 1973. The park became a popular destination in the country ever since, and in 1984, the park was granted the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site.