Jungle Safari Lodge
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... sit in a group of wooden chairs that were placed along the river so we could watch the sunset. At this point nobody cared about how sweaty we were, most people had sweat through their shirt already anyway. I've played in a lot of sports games in my life and I have never ever felt that gross. We arrived back to the hotel and had dinner and then went out to a cultural dance show. Luckily it was nice and cool in the "theatre" that was surprisingly pretty crowded with locals. We ...
... river. To our relief, we didn't, instead we got to see wild crocodiles and a variety of Chitwan bird species. After an hour on the canoe, our sore butts were more than happy to get up and get moving. The walking jungle safari was going to begin. We had 2 guides with us each armed with bamboo sticks. Before we started walking our main guide explained to us what to do in the event that a Rhino charges us, a Bear sees us or if an Elephant chases us. At this point I was ******** myself ...
... streets. The climate is also more pleasant as it's cooler (although still 30 odd) but more fresh. It just feels like there's a lot more space overall. Which is probably true as the country's population is only 44 million compared to India's 1 billion. The town where we are staying is nice - right on the edge of the park with a river nearby, a handful of shops, restaurants and bars and just very quiet. There's enough to keep you busy but not too ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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