Wild Rhinos in Chitwan National Park, Nepal
Chitwan National Park, located in the Terai flat lands of southern Nepal, offers adventure seekers and eco-tourists a number of interesting experiences. But there’s one adventure we think all visitors should try – an elephant safari through thick bush in search of the Asian one-horned rhinoceros (aka the Indian Rhinoceros).
The grasslands are quite remarkable, with tall grass stretching as high as four meters in some places. Bouncing on the back of a clumsy elephant in search of wild rhinos is a truly unforgettable experience, one that will surely make for a fun travel tale. We were incredibly lucky to have spotted not one, but two rhinos on our tour – a mother and her young one.
Read about our elephant safari experience – Chasing Rhinos in Chitwan National Park
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Have you visited Nepal? What was your highlight?
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