Travellers Jungle Camp

Address: Sauraha, Chitwan District, Nepal | Campground
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      Another day in Bandipur

      A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Apr 06, 2015


      ... holding her (or him, I wasn't sure). When I tried handing her back, she clung on saying something that her mother translated as grandad. Eventually handed her back & continued my walk, only a short one, realised I had no water. Went back to hotel & rested as it's quite hot here after 11am, in the 30's I reckon, so just read my book.

      Went to a corner shop that Nick had told me was the only place to change money. ...

      Bandipur, in the Hills of the Himalaya

      A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 25, 2015

      39 photos

      ... mountain terraces, tend their few goats, shoo chickens out from under foot, women carry heavy loads of bricks and rocks in baskets held on their backs by a forehead strap, kids play tag in the street - which is especially fun when it gets dark, teenage boys catch the eye of girls who smile and shyly look away, and each morning the town bells are rung and the same man bangs the drum. People live in ancient stone and brick houses roofed in slate ...

      Surviving the jungle heat

      A travel blog entry by flightofbumbleb on Mar 21, 2015

      6 photos

      ... the turtle made in the water. That was all that we saw today as far as wildlife went. Our guide, Dipak, had hoped to see a rhino again but unfortunately that wasn't the case. I wasn't disappointed because I simply enjoyed the walk.

      Dipak then took us on a path to the elephant breeding centre. I was perpetually amazed by how easily the guides navigated the immense jungle without GPS or compass! I wouldn't dare to come into these jungles without either ...

      Braving the jungle

      A travel blog entry by flightofbumbleb on Mar 20, 2015

      15 photos

      ... At the end of the day, I did a tally of what we saw in the jungle: * 5 rhinos* 6 elephants (from afar)* 1 wild bore* 1 dozen dotted deers* 4 crocodiles* 5 monkeys* Lots of birds
      Oh and we crossed a stream via a few loose logs that fell down on top of each other. I got to half way and my legs were shaking so badly I had to be helped across by Dipak. The assistant guide lost his balance and fell into the steam, which was calf deep. My friend got her foot ...

      Kathmandu to Chitwan National Park

      A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 10, 2015

      10 photos

      ... a budget hotel.. Not sure if the shower seconds as a baby elephant bathing stall?... The road to get to the jungle safari was..... Ahhh.. Let's just say, I should've worn a sports bra. From a young age, I've had an affinity with nature and some of my fondest childhood memories are of exploring the rainforests and creeks around where I grew up. Naturally, a jungle safari would be right up my alley! Trekking through the jungle, what do I see? A flipping ...