Chitwan National Park lies about 500 kilometers south-west of Kathmandu, widely acknowledged as one of the best National Parks in Asia, the Chitwan National Park , with an are of 967 squire kilometers in the inner Teria flood plains of the Narayani and Rapti Rivers . Formerly a Royal hunting reserve, UNESCO also declares Chitwan a World Heritage Site in 1984. Chitwan is a very popular wildlife safari destination on account of its thriving wildlife population and easy accessibility from Kathmandu and Pokhara. Visitors have the opportunity of close encounters with wild thee-ton Rhinos on elephant back, a thrilling and frightening experience but not really dangerous as both the elephant and their handlers are well experienced in their work. The park is hime to an immense variety of wildlife so there are a lot more other creatures to see besides the Rhinos. There is lot of good accommodation including Jungle Activities makes the Park well worth a visit. This Park ranks third, after Kathmandu and Pokhara as the palace most preferred by visitors. Other resident mammals include the Leopard, Gaur (Indian Bison), Wild Elephant, Sloth Bear, Rhesus Monkey, Langur, Wild Boar, Striped Hyenas, Dhole (wild dog), Jackal, Four Horned Antelope, Sambar Deer, Spotted Deer, Hog Deer and Barking Deer. This place is also known as Birds watching and can find different types of Birds in the Park.
Birdiya lies in the far west, an overland transit via road can be tiresome. Most people prefer to fly from Kathmandu to Nepalganj Bardiya National Park is the largest and most undisturbed wild area of the Terai, densely covered by Sal forests, riverine forests and grassland. Within its confines of 968 squire kilometers, there are animals such the Rhinoceros, Wild elephant, Tiger, Swamp deer, Black Buck, Gharial Crocodile and Gangetic dolphin.
Koshi Tapu Wildlife Reserve, with an area of 175 squire Kilometers, is situated in the embankments of the Sapta Koshi River system, Flying from Kathmandu to Biratnagar is the most convenient ways to get there. The vegetation consists mainly of grassland, scrub and deciduous forests. This reserve is unique for its 100 or so surviving wild water buffaloes. Other mammals are the Hog Deer, Wild Boar, Spotted and the Nilga. The species of Birds total 280 here and includes 20 of ducks, many storks, egrets, herons and the endangered swamp partridges and Bengal floricans. The reason is resting place for migrating Birds not seen anywhere in Nepal . Endangered Gharial Crocodiles and Gangetic dolphins have also been sighted in the Koshi River .