Bharatpur is the administrative capital of Chitwan. The bustling city allows urban activities for visitors to Chitwan. Morning and evening walks along the Narayani River to catch the Terai sunrise and sunset, boating, angling and restaurant hopping for local cuisine are other activities that could keep visitors busy here. Nearby is the Bees Hazari Taal, a renowned Ramsar site, only 20 minutes away from the lush green jungles. Bharatpur is the commercial service center of south central Nepal and a major destination for higher education, healthcare and transportation. 

Nepal Tourism Board is a national tourism organization of Nepal established in 1998 by an Act of Parliament in the form of partnership between the Government of Nepal and private sector tourism industry to develop and market Nepal as an attractive tourist destination. The Board provides platform for vision-drawn leadership for Nepal’s tourism sector by integrating Government commitment with the dynamism of private sector.

© 2024. Nepal Tourism Board. All rights reserved.

Nepal Tourism Board