Where is the lodge located ?

    The Lodge is located in the quiet Jagatpur area. Situated alongside a tributary of the river Rapti, the lodge overlooks the national park and guests are often treated to the sight of deer and rhinos.

    How do you get to the lodge ?

    By Air:
    There are daily flights from Kathmandu to Bharatpur which is about 25 to 30 minutes flight time and from Bharatpur airport guests are transferred by our vehicle to the resort which is 22 kms from the airfield, an hour’s drive.
    By Land:
    The Journey by road is a scenic 5 hours drive along the Trishuli river most of the way. After reaching the local town of Bharatpur in Chitwan, the distance to the resort is 22 kms which is an hour’s drive.


What chitwan stands for

“Chitwan” meaning the ‘Heart of the Jungle’, is one of the best known and the oldest national park in Nepal. Irrigated by three rivers, Chitwan is a tropical jungle with dense thickets of Sal trees interspersed with large grasslands.

Where is the park located
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Fact File

Brief Introduction

Constituting the largest and least disturbed example of sal forest and associated communities, Chitwan National Park is an outstanding example of biological evolution with a unique assemblage of native flora and fauna from the Siwalik and inner Terai ecosystems. The property is the last major surviving example of the natural ecosystems of the Terai and has witnessed minimal human impacts from the traditional resource dependency of people, particularly the aboriginal Tharu community living in and around the park.

Historical Description
Protection and Management Requirements

Before you set out

    What to pack ?

  • First aid kit containing, amongst others, insect repellent, possibly a malaria prophylaxis, bandages, diarrhea medication and painkillers.
  • Neutral colored clothing on safaris.
  • Light weight, loose-fitting trousers and long sleeved shirts. Comfortable walking shoes/Canvas shoes or light weight boots.
  • A sun hat or light neck scarf and sunscreen lotion to protect from the sunlight.
  • Swim suit for elephant bathing if you are traveling in summer.
  • Umbrella or raincoat if you are traveling during the monsoon.
  • Binoculars, cameras, extra memory card and battery Battery-operated or conventional razors
  • Travel insurance policy and repatriation insurance
  • Plug adaptor for three prong round hole plugs