One of the greatest attractions of Chitwan district in Nepal is definitely the famous Chitwan National Park, which offers its visitors an opportunity to get acquainted with what true wildlife adventure is all about. Formerly it was called Royal Chitwan National Park, established in 1973, stretches majestically over a vast area of 932 square kilometre. 70% of the Park comprises Sal forest. It has earned the reputation of being one of the members World Heritage Site in 1984. More than 500 species of wildlife can be noticed here which includes King Cobra, Rock Python along with 17 different species of snakes, insects, starred tortoise etc. The Narayani-Rapti river system forms a natural boundary to human settlement, along with its tributaries and myriads houses 113 recorded species of fish and Mugger Crocodiles. 68 species of mammal can be found here and witnessing the “king of the jungle” i.e. Royal Bengal Tiger, will not be impossible. Its alluvial floodplain habitat is the best tiger habitat in any place across the world. As per a recent survey tiger density ranges between 4.44 and 6.35 individuals per 100 km2. Leopards can also be found but on the peripheries of the park as they generally dare not venture into the prime habitat zones of tigers. This National Park claims to have highest population density of Sloth Bears. The fauna kingdom here also entertains its visitors with other wildlife such as Golden Jackals, Bengal Foxes, Striped Hyenas, Hog Deer, One-horned Rhinoceros, Crab-eating Mongoose, Jungle Cats etc. Elephant Safari, Jeep Safari, Rafting Tours etc makes the trip to this wildlife reserves even more alluring. Chitwan Jungle Safari Day Tour is for those who want to indulge in wildlife adventuring but have less time.