Jungle Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day 8: Chitwan jungle safari experience
It's 11am now, sitting outside the balcony of our nice jungle lodge. In the courtyard below, a nice fire is simmering to warm us up. There's a nice deck chair and I guess no wifi so you feel totally cut off.
The itinerary is rather slack but so enjoyable. In the morn we went for a jungle …
Day 7: journey from Pokhara to Chitwan, village and cultural tour of Tharu tribe
We stayed at the Jungle Safari Lodge - a very comfortable 30 yrs old place which the girls found. Very relaxing nice place located at the Sauraha, Chitwan. The bus ride here was horrendous though, it was on this "tourist" bus that's not even for tourists. …
Hello, us again!
As if you’ve not heard enough from us lately, here we are
We’ve left Pokhara behind to head to the jungle, and the
national park of Chitwan in the south of Nepal, close to the Indian border.After a 6am start, and a furiously bumpy, jolty, uncomfortable and quite …
... my knees were firmly planted into the plastic seat in front of me. Not being able to move in my seat at all, I will never EVER complain about economy class when flying again. I'm so happy to back in my cosy little home stay in Pokhara, with my beautiful Nepali family and my pet cockroach Godzilla, who is probably hiding under my bed somewhere ready to surprise me at any time. It will just be a quiet night tonight, recovering from the bus ride. I can't wait to see the kids again tomorrow morning. Dan in ...
... empire state building. You could see scattered tiny houses, and the rolling green, wrinkled mountains that all formed perfectly around each other. The sky appeared more grey than blue and the rivers were all a musty brown color. It was an unusual view compared to the blue skies filled with perfectly white clouds and clean rivers at home. We passed thousands of tiny villages on the edge of the cliff with the usual general store goodies, a school, goats, and children ...