Meghauli Serai, Chitwan



Chitwan or “Heart of the jungle” is famous as one of the best wildlife-viewing national parks in Asia and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Located in the Terai lowlands of Nepal; it is a mere 20 minute flight from the Kathmandu international airport. The park is famous for its success in conservation of the rare and endangered Greater One-horned Rhinoceros. From about 3000 animals of the species remaining in the wild; 605 are in Chitwan alone; affording excellent photographic opportunities to visitors. Meet this magnificent animal and a host of other creatures namely tigers, leopards, sloth bears and the unusual looking Gharial (crocodile) which is endemic to the Indian subcontinent. An elephant back safari will reveal the beautiful Hog deer hidden away among the Elephant grass: one of the tallest grass in the world standing at 4 metres! The excitement continues with a bird count of 543 making Chitwan National Park a nature lovers’ delight.

Service & Amenities

Standing on the banks of the river Rapti, Meghauli Serai overlooks a vast expanse of rippling waters and the core of Chitwan National Park. This 30 room lodge is designed to showcase the spectacular wilderness and rooms as well as guest areas afford uninterrupted views of the jungle. The main lounge with an imposing chandelier made with 10,000 Nepalese hand painted beads. The lodge embraces local décor and aesthetics with an abundant use of local art and artefacts. The large Newari door leading to the lobby has been procured from a local Tharu village. A large infinity pool with a viewing deck and a ‘machan’ over the river for private dining and wildlife viewing add to the charm of this jungle lodge at Chitwan.

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Valid Upto: 30-Sep-2023