accommodation at the Royal Park Hotel
is perfect for everyone wanting to enjoy
nature in peace and the own leisure. The
hotel rooms are built in Nepalese style
with all Western comforts, reminding you
of casual and roomy ambience of the safari
hotel. Our guests are always surrounded
by the beauty of the region as panoramic
windows have been installed in all our
hotel houses for spectacular views.
The Jungle Bar :
The Jungle Bar or terrace bar with a deck
over the river's banks allows for a view
of the animals watering holes. Tending
the main restaurant, bar and garden restaurant
our staff at the Royal Park Hotel complete
the atmosphere with candle lights and
The Dinning Hall :
With a variety of superb Indian and Nepalese
dishes to choose from, we will ensure
you experience in culinary at its best.
Our chef de cuisine spent several years
serving in diplomatic circles and completes
the menu with excellent European cuisine.
In addition, for those who prefer the
classic continental breakfast our on-premise
"German Bakery" will treat your
every morning with fresh breakfast rolls
and other baked delicacies. Capacity of
dinning hall ranges up to 70 persons.
Bed Room :
Luxurious comfortable and cozy bedrooms
with hot and cold shower and attached
huge bathrooms give you all comfort needed.
Panoramic windows give you spectacular
view of region's beauty.
The Royal Park Hotel is an excellent
starting point for excursions and safaris.
Multi-lingual guides lead the way for
trips and treks into the jungle and the
grassland beyond. We also offer slide
shows about the land and its natural treasures
as well as a selection of books and videos
for those seeking more comprehensive information.
Your stay at the Royal Park Hotel with
an exciting ride on the back of an elephant
or a boat ride on the Rapti River in the
middle of the exotic Chitwan National Park is simply a UN unforgettable experience.
The ROYAL way of entering the jungle
on the back of Elephant. A good and
safe opportunity to get near to a rhino
Starts morning & afternoon
1 to 1/2 hours
Start: 7:30 & 3:30 pm
Guided Village Tour
last remaining Tharu settlement inside
the boundary of the park is well worth
a visit. An ox-cart can take you or you
can walk the 6km. through the park area.
The Tharu are the indigenous people of
the Chitwan valley. Prior to the USAID
sponsored malaria eradication campaign
in the fifties, for twelve hundred years
they were the only people able to live
in the heavily forested Terai belt, due
to their resistance to malaria. Their
way of life differs widely from that of
the immigrants from the hills and remains
the same today as it was hundred years
ago. The village is going to be relocated
in the coming years due to increasing
pressure from UNESCO and WWF, as Chitwan National Park has now been declared
a world nature heritage side.
Jungle walk is one of the most exciting
adventures activities which can be easily
made within park. It gives real inner
feeling of the nature. It provides an
opportunity to inhanse widely renewed
and great one-horned rhinoceros, Royal
Bengal Tiger, Elegant Deer, Sloth Beer,
Beautiful Color Birds and many more.
Full Day (With Lunch Box) Half Day
There are licensed jeeps to enter the
Park. The drive will lead you to various
interesting points in the jungle as well
as to the crocodile conservation project
at Kasara where the park headquarters
is situated. USAID & IUCN Nepal created
this project in 1978 in order to preserve,
hatch and reintroduce Gharials and mugger
crocodiles into Nepal . The trip will
also take you to Tamor Tal and Lami Tal,
two lakes famous for crocodiles and bird
Starts: 7:00 am & 1:30 pm.
This is a 30 km round trip, 4 km of which
are on paved road. The main aim is to
see Bis Hazar Tal or Twenty Thousand Lakes.
As the name implies this area has many
small lakes or Tal where the water collects
in the dry season. These provide the best
available habital for crocodiles and many
species of birds. The journey takes you
through settlements and cultivated land
of the Tharu and Tamang people, but the
majority of the ride is through forests.
Duration: 1/2 day. Overnight Stay.
The Department of Chitwan National Park has recently decided to give a limited
number of permits for overnight stays
inside the park boundaries. You can camp
up to two nights and we can provide you
a cook, porters and additional staff plus
all equipment needed to your wishes.
2 nights / 3 days
"Although Nepal covers only a fraction
of one percent of the earth's land mass,
it contains about a tenth of the world's
known birds and of these more than half
are to be found within the national park"
(GURUNG, K.K., 1983, "Hear of the
jungle", Andre Deutsch Ltd., London,
one and half hours to half a day.