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Chitwan National Park Activities


Our Resort is situated in a peaceful and tranquil area by the bank of Rapti River and just beside of the national park entrance. Accommodation at the resort consists of individual cottages and a Safari building with open verandas set in a green garden full of lovely flowers and plants. Our professionally landscaped gardens have numerous umbrellas and hammocks for outdoor relaxation. At the resort, every effort has been made to create a wild jungle atmosphere for our visitors. The rooms are spacious, tastefully decorated and equipped with all modern amenities. A large thatched roof- dining hall is where you will saver our delicious Nepalese and international cuisine. Our own organic farm to supply fresh vegetables to the kitchen, and the “Jungle bar” serves a variety of local and imported liquors.

Itinerary of Chitwan National Park Activities

Travel through open grassland and dense forest on elephant back in search of rare games. Be on the lookout for the great one horned rhino, four species of deer, wild boar, sloth bear, leopard, bison and the big one, the Royal Bengal tiger.

A typical hand –made dugout canoe will take you for a ride on the great  Rapati River where you can see Gharials and marsh mugger crocodiles basking in the sun and can enjoy watching the many colorful birds.

You can enjoy a natural walk in the jungle in safety accompanied by our well –trained naturalist who will interpret the hidden secrete of the land as you walk through ancient groves or perch in a strategically located with tower (Machan) to observe animals grazing, drinking at ponds or resting in the bushes.

Bird lovers will have a wonderful opportunity to see many species of birds in the early morning as the new day dawns.

Experience the uniquely culture of the Tharu people. Relish what their culture is like in the Tharu village museum in the heart of Sauraha near the resort. For centuries, the Tharus have lived very close to this protected area and hence their tradition reflects their intimate relationship with the nature world. Visit the Tharu village and share their world with them as you reach out to touch another culture.

Of all the animals, elephants are the most graceful. Our naturalist will take you to the Hatisar to demonstrate how elephant’s meals are prepared and how they eat in the elephant Breeding center. They will explain the nature and habits of elephant. And you can see the twin born baby elephant.

The clear water of Rapati River tempts you to swim in sunny days either before lunch or after lunch or just relax beside the serene river and watch the graceful elephants taking a bath.

After dinner our friendly trained naturalist and jungle guide are there to make you feel at home and tell you jungle stories. This follows a breathtaking Tharu stick dance (a culture program performed by the ethnic group of Chitwan).

For those who love old ethnic traditional way of transport, we have an ox-cart that will give you an experience of the unique mode of transport while finding on the old dirt road near by Tharu village.

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