Chitwan National Park is listed as a Natural World Heritage Site and is the most popular safari destination in Nepal. It is known for its distinctive ecosystem, containing hills, ox-bow lakes, and floodplains. The forest is dominated by 50 species of grasses and 43 species of animals includes endangered animals such as Royal Bengal Tiger, One Horned Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, Wild elephants, Gangetic Dolphin, Cobra Krait, Rat Snake and many more. This park arranges an Elephant ride that gives a close view of Endangered One- Horned Rhinoceros, also a glimpse of the obscure Bengal Tiger. The Elephant Breeding Center at Khorsor, Sauraha gives you information on domesticated Elephant and the baby Elephants born there.

The best time to visit Chitwan National park during its dry season i.e February to October. In this season there is the high possibility to see Bengal tiger and other wildlife creatures as they are more likely to visit waterholes in a few concentrated areas. Visiting in the months like March and May we can see the long green grasses where animals are hiding behind it and from June onward it gets very hot and humid with 30 degree Celsius on average day-to-day temperature. The yearly rainfall measured is about 21500mm on this time rivers are flooded and meanwhile, most roads are virtually closed.