Sita’s Chitwan: Not Just A Walk In Nepal’s First National Park
Welcome to Chitwan National Park!
As big as 1,78,000 football fields, Nepal's first protected national park is home to over 550 species of birds; awe-inspiring animals, such as greater one-horned rhinoceroses, Bengal tigers, clouded leopards; and a confident, brave girl called Sita.
Sita dreams of being a nature guide like her baba. With a spring in her step and a group of eager tourists, she unravels the secrets of the forest. But when she wanders astray and comes face to face with a mamma rhino, will this eight-year-old be able to listen to the stillness of the jungle?
Join this young Nepali as she takes you on a tour of the magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site.
1. An exclusive interview with Doma Paudel, the first female nature guide in Nepal
2. In-depth information on Chitwan's flora and fauna
3. The low-down on Nepal's remarkable wildlife conservation efforts
4. A fascinating list of forest-related career options