Maruni Sanctuary Lodge

Address: Chitwan National Park, Sauraha, Chitwan District, Nepal | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge is located on Chitwan National Park, Sauraha.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMaruni Sanctuary Lodge Sauraha

    Reviewed by kwdestinations

    Adventure in Chitwan National Park and Village visit

    Reviewed Nov 17, 2013
    by (14 reviews) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

    The Maruni Lodge was great. Unfortunately you can no longer stay at the Tiger Tops Lodge so world renowned till the government stepped in and closed it down because it was inside the park parameters. Best part though is that Gauri Malakar was a manager at Tiger Tops so she will make it all perfect. Rooms comfortable. Quiet other than the noises of nature. Food excellent, gardens very nice. Shower is all in one with the bathroom...workable. Evening entertainment great. Wonderful stay.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Maruni Sanctuary Lodge Sauraha

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