Tamang Heritage Trek is the newly opened tourism attraction of the off the beaten route in Langtang region. The trek attracts visitors with the ancient lifestyle of local people in the region.
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park lies in the southern Terai belt of Nepal, which is in an easy access from Kathmandu (160km, 5 hrs). It spreads over an area of 932 sq km. The park maintains three types of vegetation – grassland (20%), Riverine Forest (10%) and Shorea robusta (70%). The park is abundant with animals such as One-Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, Wild Boar, Gaur, Wild Elephant, spotted Deer, Sambar, Sloth Bear, Leopard, Rhesus and Langoor monkeys, Gharial and Marsh Muggers and many other mammals, reptiles and amphibians. The park also maintains over 460 species of birds including Bengal Frolics, Giant Hornbill, Kingfishers, Egrets etc.
Elevation: 150 m above sea level
Location: South-West of Kathmandu
Subtropical inner Terai, lowlands of South Central Nepal
Geographic coordinates: 28 00 N, 84 00 E
Total Area: 932 sq km
Map references: Nepal
Climate: varies from warm summers to mild winters
Vegetation: Sal forest (70%), Grassland (20%), Riverine forest (7%), Chirpine (3%)
Mammals: More than 43 species