Chitwan National Park is located about 120 kilometers southwest of Kathmandu, with forests, swamps, and grasslands all over it. It is one of the best national parks in Asia for viewing wild animals, and has been listed as a world natural heritage. There are mammals such as one-horned rhinos, reindeer, ganges macaques, birds such as kingfishers, egrets, hornbills, and rare animals such as cheetahs, wild elephants, sloth bears and even Bengal tigers. Common activities include elephant riding, bathing in the river, watching crocodiles in a canoe, etc. The daring can also participate in jungle walks to see wild animals up close. Tourists generally first go to Sauraha on the north bank of the Rapti River in the north of the park, and then enter the park to visit. Due to the topography, tourist activity is mostly concentrated in the floodplain of the Rapti River. In addition to the national park itself, the natural attractions around Sauraha are also worth visiting.