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 (15 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.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Maruni Sanctuary Lodge Sauraha

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Sauraha

          Tranquil Chitwan National Park

          A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Dec 04, 2015

          54 photos

          Having wound our way back down from Bandipur we enjoyed the scenery as the road now hugged the curves of the mountain snaking along the rivers edge. With ongoing work to clear monsoonal landslides, along with the general maintenance being done along the highway we were delayed from time to time, Nabin mentioning that this was one of the best roads …

          Chitwan National Park and elephant riding!

          A travel blog entry by kayna on Oct 26, 2015

          70 photos

          ... bathing. This was a daily activity and was usually very popular. People went to see the elephants get washed, and to be washed themselves by the elephants. Unfortunately, it was raining, and quite cold (comparatively). There were a few people who braved the water and went for an elephant dunk, but most people, like us, stayed huddled at the water's edge, wondering why noone got attacked by the marsh muggers. We didn't like the metal hooks that were ...

          Red blobs & mad dogs

          A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Apr 05, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... re used to it.
          Still no reply from my e-mail to the monastery in Kathmandu, think I'll have to give em a ring. Also need to change some pounds to rupees & no bank up here.
          With these things on my mind I walked into town with the idea of a walk around the valley to the south. I can see a track from my hotel window winding about and crossing the forest. On the way I bumped into Nick who showed me where to change money & agreed that ...

          Rhinos & Monkeys & Tigers? Oh, my...

          A travel blog entry by yamahuh on Oct 29, 2012

          40 photos

          ... thunder of hooves and feel the ground shudder beneath our feet as he lowered his head and began his charge. Unfortunately, there were no children to throw in front of me. Cathy would have to do. I made sure she was close by.

          By the time we had positioned ourselves on a low berm about 30 yards away, the rhino was looking warily around; testing the air. Moments later another group of trekkers appeared behind him. Judging by the amount of chatter that ...

          Humorous Heffalumps & Beastly Bikes

          A travel blog entry by yamahuh on Oct 27, 2012

          29 photos

          ... hooligans displaying home-inked tattoos. They regarded me with indifference as they puffed on their Marlboros.

          The ticket shyster made an appearance. According to him the fare for the 6.5 km hop-skip-and-jump into Sauraha was NR100, which made it twice as expensive as the 20 km leg from Narayangarh. That little nugget gave me pause it seemed like the foreigner tax was being implemented. Laughing at him probably didn’t do much to help the ...