This country harbours one of the world's best habitat for one horned rhino, Royal
Bengal tiger, Snow-leopard, Clouded leopard, Red panda, Blue-sheep and long snouted
fish eating Gharial. Other wildlife includes wild elephant, buffaloes, bisons,
blue bull, brown bear, sloth bear, loepard, crocodiles and many varieties of cat,
dog, deer and antelope families. And 840 different species of wet land, migratory
and residential birds.
Royal Chitwan National
Park and Royal Bardia National
Park offers exciting and unique jungle safari activities, here include venturing
deep into the jungles on elephant backs or four wheel drive to view wild animals
in their natural habitat. Other activities like Canoe rides on the jungle rivers
makes you witness various aquatic life, numerous Birdlife etc. Further there are
nature walks, village tour excursions, cultural outings and typical Tharu stick
dances depicting their lifestyles. In all a unique experience.
Besides the relaxation and enchanting environment,
jungle resort is dedicated to a lot of adventure and enjoyable activities.
The main attraction is Elephant back safari conducted about one and half to two
hours inside the park to view the wild lives. You may catch the glimpse of Leopard
and or even a Tiger. The jungle walk escorted by our
naturalist and Guides
on foot through the thick bushes inside the jungle to encounter the Rhino, Spotted
Deer, Samber Dear, Bear, Hug Dear, Barking Dear, Wild Boar and other animals is
another thrilling attraction.
All activities are planned by experts
to highlights the parks and the cultures of Tharu people to you. The activities
included: Elephant back safari, Slide show, Tharu cultural show, Elephant breeding
or visit to elephant stable, Dugout canoe ride, village tour,
bird watching, jungle drive in deep jungle (inside the park) by jeep and Devighat
Darshan (Relegious tour to the ancient temple).
At night by the side
of bon fire, under the canopy of stars, Nepali dishes are served by local villagers.
Tharu people will introduce their dance (Tharu cultural show).
Tharu people have wonderful tradition and cultural heritage. They live in mud
houses of thatched roofs without windows. They take no lunch or dinner without
fish. Holi (Festival of colors) is their biggest