Chitwan Forest Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsChitwan Forest Resort Royal Chitwan National Park
Good food, Reasonable price and very helpful and friendly staff.
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... with their gentle approach is better.
In an incredibly sombre mood we all went to watch the elephant bathing, thinking that might be a happier experience. Well the elephants were in the water, but basically tourists were just getting on top of them and the elephants were being told to splash them. One of our group said, if someone hits one of those elephants he would wade in there and hit them. We all agreed. It didn't look that much fun ...
... bread donuts, it's all good it just adds to my rice baby haha we stopped and had a brew and yarn with Ramji and Sawitri on the way down where he true to convince one of us girls to marry his son! Unfortunately for him none of us were that keen!! At the bottom we caught the best local bus to our next stop Bandipur! It was like a 90s party bus with a sassy interior and had likes of Brittany Spears and the Venga Boys playing!! It defiantly made up for ...
... vary as do the Buddhist forms and practices they represent.
The actual birth place of the Buddha, by contrast is quite modest. The World Heritage Site is a simple white building housing brick ruins. A walkway is built above the ruins so that pilgrims can circulate around the spot where Buddha is believed to have been born. Outside, as usual are ...
... electricity was restricted to certain times of the day (all in keeping with preserving the national park I presume). The outside reminded me of a small English countryside cottage, the inside was plain and simple but perfectly liveable (see pictures). After the refreshment we were taken on our first activity - jungle walk. I have always associated jungle and safari with tropical countries and Africa, so wasn't sure what to ...
... their mistake the previous morning, the hotel staff were probably afraid to even knock), nevertheless, we were packed and ready to go as scheduled. Santa could be proud.
At the bus station, my bus to Pokhara nearly left without me (though with my backpack), whilst we were busy saying our goodbyes. Thanks to today's technology, we knew we'd be in touch, so it wasn't too bad having to make a run for it mid-hug. I caught the bus and was off to Pokhara, and the next adventure.