The Chitwan National Park in Nepal
When we think of Nepal come to mind images of snow-capped peaks, lonely in the mountains, spirituality temples and colorful prayer flags. However, this is only one of many facets of the country Himalayas lies: in the south, things are totally different.
Together with the Indian border, south of Kathmandu, is the Chitwan National Park, a region of wetlands and flat jungle that moves many of the stereotypical image that we have of the Nepal’s mountains. In Chitwan live elephants, rhinos, crocodiles and the famous Bengal tiger, which although very elusive, with luck and patience it can be seen occasionally.Read More »The Chitwan National Park in Nepal