Chitwan National Park: (UNESCO World Heritage Site): This National Park is in southern region of Nepal and the most popular destination for tourist. The name ‘Chitwan’ has several possible meanings, but the most literal translation of the two NEPALI words that make it up: Chit “Heart” and Wan “Jungle”. Chitwan is thus ‘the heart of the jungle’. This is the largest forest region with range of wildlife. Chitwan is ranked among Asia’s finest wildlife reserves harbouring the Royal Bengal Tiger, several species of deer, sloth bear, leopard, wild boar, fresh water, crocodiles and more than 450 species of birds. A visit to Chitwan allows the opportunity to fully experience of Jungle Safari with riding elephant, bird watching as well as Tharu stick dance and local folk songs. This is Nepal’s first national park lies at the foot of the Mahabharat range in the inner Terai lowlands of Chitwan. Covering an area of 932 sq. km this is the most well preserved conservation area in all of Asia. The Park consists of a diversity of ecosystems-including the Churia hills, Ox-bow lakes, and the flood plains of the Rapti, Reu and Narayani Rivers.