Transfer by land from Kathmandu to Chitwan ideal place to experience exciting incurvations in the guingla of the royal National Park, discovering its wonders by jeep and on elephant back. We are in the terai, in the rapti valley, on the edge of the Ganges plain, an area of Hindu pilgrimages and remote villages: here is the first and most impressive national park in Nepal, rich in flora and fauna, commissioned in 1962 by the king Mahendra as a hunting reserve for the local and British nobility. Buffaloes, rhinos, crocodiles, leopards, Himalayans, deer, fallow deer, wild boars, jackals, snakes and an infinite number of folatile reign in the park, without forgetting the tiger, shy, solitary, and magnetic, which if possible you can see with a good dose of luck. About 40 specimens live here, a fifth of the country's global presences. Also noteworthy are animals of rare species, such as the gharial, a crocodile that eats only fish. The park, one of the largest Nepalese forest areas, occupies an area of about 932 sq km: swaying from the top of a pachyderm among the compact grass, maintaining a perfect silence to try to identify the traces of animals without frightening them, it is really a perantesi unusual and unforgettable.