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Chitwan will forever change the term "National Park" from a place your parents made you go as a 12-year-old when you would have preferred to play pirates (just me?), to an experience that you'll never forget.You can explore the jungle in four ways: a walk, an elephant safari, a river safari or a Jeep safari.Several of Nepal's leading animal rights experts told us that most domesticated elephants in Nepal are abused – no one should take an elephant safari.That leaves the skittish and morally squeamish tourist with the Jeep safari. Biodiversity Conservation Center: Most domesticated elephants in Nepal are treated very badly, but one organization in Chitwan National Park is trying to change the lives of these remarkably sensitive and empathetic animals.You don't want to miss views of the hazy sunrise in the morning, the canoes and crocodiles in the afternoon, and the rhinos that may very well cross the waters and look for food around your hotel in the evening.
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