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Pokhara is the main attraction to visitors from all over the world. A number of tourists visit Pokhara every year to feed their wanderlust. The joy of observing the Himalayas above 8000 m from a very close distance is one of the activities you can experience nowhere. On top of that, you can also find them shimmering on the lakes of Pokhara.

Sarangkot, the highest point on Pokhara Valley rim. It is a nearby small nearby hill station from Pokhara where you can get the best view of Pokhara valley, Annapurna ranges, Phewa Lake, etc. Sarangot is the best spot for Paragliders and Zip liners too. Besides, it is also regarded as an overnight destination for travelers.

To travel from Pokhara to Chitwan, take a direct short flight of just 20 minutes. Only Buddha Air conducts daily and direct flights from Pokhara to Bharatpur. The flights take off from Pokhara Airport landing at Bharatpur Airport.  Chitwan National Park is just 20 km away from the Airport. Choose convenient means for your travel as several local and private transportations are available.

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Chitwan National Park is one of the excellent destinations to explore wildlife in Asia. Upon arrival at Chitwan, you may choose to relax or go for a nature walk to know about the particularly rich flora and fauna. Many tourists go to Chitwan National Park to get a look at the elusive endangered mammals, especially the Royal Bengal Tiger and One-Horned Rhinoceros.

Jungle Safari is the main attraction at Chitwan National Park. It is open year-round with the most wildlife visible. Other things to do at Chitwan National Park are Jungle walks/trekking, jeep jungle tours, river boating, and canoeing. You can buy elephant dung paper, organic honey, or local handicrafts as a unique souvenir too.

Chitwan is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site which was granted in 1984.

The route from Pokhara to Chitwan offers the best sightseeing and adventure, leisure travel, and wildlife exploration. The one who wants to experience such a visit, these are the place for you.


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