Welcome Bestowed with nature's finest creations, the Jungle Villa Resort is one of the most popular luxury wildlife resorts in Nepal. This resort is located in the northern fringe of bio-diversity-rich Chitwan National Park, which is home to many endangered flora and fauna.
Covered in four hectares of lush green forest land and beautifully designed garden, the resort is situated on the bank of Rapti River which is ideal habitat of many species of aquatic animals.
The resort is about 160 km north-west of Kathmandu and a stone-throw away from CNP headquarters. The nearest airport is Bharatpur Airport which is just a half an hour drive to get to the resort.
Accomodation : includes a cluster of two-dozen cottages with well-furnished rooms equipped with modern amenities. All our rooms are air-conditioned with attached lavatories having facility of 24/7 running hot & cold water. Guests can overlook scenic view of Rapti river and adjoining CPN from the private balconies attached with their rooms. It is ideal place to catch a glimpse of fascinating wildlife including one-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, deer as well as various species of birds and aquatic animals.
Activities :Trips accompanied by experienced naturalists and tour guides provide a unique opportunity to know about the flora and fauna of the region. The village tour is an interesting way to experience culture and lifestyle of local indigenous communities.
This resort offers Elephant Safari, Nature Walk, Jungle Safari, Bird Watching, Canoeing, Tharu/Darai Village Tour, Ox Cart Ride, Crocodile (Gharial) Conservation Project Tour, Bathing with elephants, Indigenous Cultural Dance & Song Performances, among as per the demands of the guests.
Restaurant : Our restaurant, managed by a team of food specialists, serve varieties of Continental, Indian, Chinese and Nepali maintaining proper hygiene. Fully organic vegetables and dairy products produced by local farmers are used in our kitchen. Our spacious and elegantly designed restaurants offer an opportunity to enjoy breathtaking views of Rapti river and adjoining CNP, which is also World Natural Heritage site.
Wild Life : The greater one-horned rhino is the largest of the rhino species. Once found across the entire northern partof the Indian sub-continent, the rhino population was severely depleted as they were hunted for sport and killed as agricultural pests.
This pushed the species very close to extinction in the early 20th century. There are now more than 500 of the creatures roaming inside Chitwan National Park.
All monuments in Agra are open on all holidays i.e. 26th Jan,15th Aug, 2nd Oct, Deepawali & Holi (Except Tajmahal closed on every Friday). Mathura Museum closed on Monday , 2nd Sunday and State Holidays.
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