The park has a range of climatic seasons each offering unique experience. October through February with average temperature of 25C offers an enjoyable climate. From March to June temperatures can reach as high as 43*C. The hot humid days give way to the monsoon season that typically lasts from late June until September when rivers become flooded and most of the roads are virtually impassable. Mean annual rainfall of the park has been recorded 2150mm. 


In late January, local villagers are allowed to cut thatch grasses to meet their needs, which offer a better viewing of wildlife to visitors. Also, between September and November, and February and April, migratory birds join the residential birds and create spectacular bird watching opportunities. While the monsoon rains bring lush vegetation, most trees flower in late winter. The palash tree, known as the "flame of the forest", and silk cotton tree have spectacular crimson flowers that can be seen from a distance.

Annual Bulletin 2067 / 68

In order to download the Annual Bulletin 2067 / 68 , please CLICK HERE.

March 16, 2014
To download the press release issued on the occasion of first birth of a vulture in the Vulture Breeding Center, please CLICK HERE.

March 03, 2014
To download the press release issued by the Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation on Rhino Zero Poaching: 365 Days and World Wildlife Day, please CLICK HERE.

July 29, 2013
The number of wild tigers living in Nepal has increased by 63% to 198 since 2009, a government survey has shown. more>>>

Aug 28, 2014

Human killed by Tiger

 

Rhino population up.

MAY 05 2015
Rhino population has increased by 111 and reached 645 in the country.The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation announced this organising a press meeting here at Sauraha, Chitwan today. More>>>>