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    Chitwan National Park is the first and the most popular National Park in Nepal. This World Heritage Site situated in the subtropical southern Terai region of Nepal has been one of the most attractive tourist destinations mainly due to ease of access, temperate climate and its rich biodiversity. Renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and the Gharial Crocodile, this wildlife sanctuary is home to roughly 70 species of mammals, 550 species of birds and 130 species of fish.

    Sauraha, a small busy town at the north east border of Chitwan National Park, on the banks of Rapti river, is a popular among tourists due to the unique blend of nature and culture it offers. From here, One can enjoy the Jungle Safari or the Elephant Safari which provides opportunity to have a closer view of the endangerged Rhinoceros or a glimpse of the elusive Bengal Tiger within the dense vegetation. With Himalayas as the backdrop and beautiful sunsets over the exotic river landscapes, this place is the ideal destination for spending quality time with family and friends. Nature lovers can have enthralling experiences here with activities like Boating, Canoeing, Bird Watching, Jungle Walk, Elephant Bathing and visit to the Elephant and Gharial Breeding Centers.

    Sauraha is also home to great national cultural treasure in the form of the local Tharu community whose unique lifestyle and ethnic diversity are displayed in Cultural Museums, Research Centers and Traditional shows which inlcudes the very famous Tharu Dance. The delightful streets of Sauraha are filled with rich aromas of authentic local cuisine and the usually busy market here offers a wide variety of handicrafts and other local products for gifts and souvenirs.

    Very near to these bustling streets of Sauraha, Just within the outskirts of Chitwan National Park lies the majestic and serene Osho Ashram.