Hotel Wildlife Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to enjoy the amazing opportunity we had.
We set off on our walk following a small Nepalese man, wearing a green jumpsuit, and holding a walking stick which seemed to be his prize possession. We unexpectedly arrived at a farm that we were confused about until we saw a line of about 7 elephants on each side of the building! It was amazing I've never been so close to an elephant like these before. We watched as they would use their large grey and pinkish speckled ...
Lying on the southern border of Nepal is Chitwan National Park a heavily protected ground known primarily for its One Horned Rhinoceros (population approx 450) and the Royal Bengal Tiger (population approx 125). Entering the park each day will set you back RS1500 (AUD$15) which is pretty expensive given that that is the cost of breakfast, lunch and dinner here!
We're staying at 'Chitwan Gaida Lodge' a so-called 'wildlife resort' which is run and owned by a man called Tikaram ...
... very interested in bushes. We saw a lot of monkeys, but the only thing the camera seemed to care about were the trees they were sitting in. Oh well. I never fancied being a professional photographer anyway. We've been seeing a lot of crocodiles here. Lying in the rivers looking like menacing logs.
Sam has saved Mr Frodo from the tower of Cirith ...
This was something I really was not expecting. It was such a lovely two days. We started out with a canoe ride( seriously small canoes!) down a river. There were 6 of us in my canoe. There were crocodiles everywhere on the banks. We were told not to speak when we were near one. But if course a very loud and excited woman on my boat started talking the minute we saw one of them. Within seconds he was in the ...
... to see that whilst just having a sandwich at lunchtime! I went to do some shopping in town and a local man taught me how to play a traditional Nepalese game. It involves tigers and goats an you have to jump over the goats to 'kill' them. I ended up beating him! People in Nepal are so friendly and hospitable. I went back to the hotel and our guide taught us how go play the sport 'kabaddi'. I didn't quite know what I ...