Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park lies in the Tarai Region of Southern Nepal. It encompasses an area of 932 square kilometers of sub-tropical forest consisting of grassland. Sal forests and river rainforest. This region is one f the most diverse wildlife areas. It is the home of many globally threatened species of birds and animal including the Royal Bengal Tiger. Great one-horned Rhino, Gharial Crocodile, Asian Elephant, Sloth Bear, and Leopard etc.

Elephant Bathing & Breeding Center Visit

This is the first elephant breeding center in Asia and is situated at one an half kilometers from our hotel.

Bird Watching

Our naturalists are specialists in the birds of Nepal. Active life members of the Bird Education Society of Nepal are employees of the hotel.

Jungle Safari by Hotel Rainforest

Nature Walk

Our experienced naturalists will accompany you to the more specialized animal habitats. This is an ideal opportunity to explore…

Elephant Safari

Our elephants allow you to approach closely to some of the world’s rarest animals such as the Great One Horned Rhino.

Jungle Safari via Jeep Drive

Our four wheeled jeep rive visits the less disturbed areas of the park giving an opportunity to view rarer species.

Canoe Trip

An accompanied trip with our naturalist in a dugout canoe on either the Rapti or the Budhi Rapti River which borders the national park…

Tharu Cultural Dance

The Tharu People are the indigenous inhabitants of Tarai. We offer guided culture tours to meet them and experience their traditional way of life.