Tigerland Safari Resort lies on the edge of Nepal's premier Chitwan National Park, a world heritage site, 168 kms south of Kathmandu. Tigerland Safari Resort is spread within 20 acres of land at the elevation of 30 meters above the Rapti River, the border of Chitwan National Park. Chitwan National Park is the home of the great One Horned Rhinoceros, Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Gaur (bison), 4 species of Deer, 2 species of Monkeys, 2 species of Crocodile, the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger, over 450 species of birds and various other reptiles.
Tigerland Safari Resort has managed to create a truly wonderful sanctuary amidst lush green jungle foliage where 32 individual air conditioned deluxe villas, built on stilts and using sustainable natural materials, blend perfectly with nature. The fully air conditioned guest rooms are tastefully decorated and have parquet floors. International size twin/ double bed, comfortable rooms, spacious attached bathrooms with running hot and cold water are a beautiful blend of wood, marble and bamboo (rattan). The thatched roofs of the villas merge beautifully within the jungle ambience as they are made from the abundant Siru grass. We proudly claim to have the unique distinction of each and every villa overlooking the vast jungle space where glimpses of animals and reptiles are quite common.
Tigerland Safari Resort - Chitwan
Kamladi, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel : 977-1-4168652/4168653
Fax : 977-1-4168652
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.tigerlandnepal.com
Jagatpur - 2, Chitwan
MD : Mr. Arvind Kumar Jha
General Manger : Mrs. Indira Nakarmi Gurung
Sales Manager : Ms. Reema Bajracharya
Resident Manager : Mr. Jitu Chaudhary
Total No. of Room: 32 Rooms (All Air condition Rooms)
No. of F & B Outlet: 2
Capacity: Each of 80 Pax
From Bharatpur airport: 22 Km South
From Kathmandu: 168 Km South of Kathmandu.
• Accommodation in fully air-conditioned rooms with attached bathrooms.
• Elephant Rides
• Bird Watching
• Nature trails
• Escorted Wildlife treks and Jeep safari inside the National Park by trained naturalist.
• Two restaurants serve American, Continental and Nepali Cuisine.
• Bar-be-que dinners and folk dance by night.
• Sightseeing tours to nearby village and other places.
• Free use of swimming pool and health club (will come into operation in year 2012).
• Conference Hall (will come into operation in year 2012)