Baghmara Wildlife Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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In the morning we went on a walking tour that started on a canoe floating downstream where we got a glimpse of a rhino silhouetted on the opposite bank. The two and half hour walk that followed wasn't bad but the most exciting sightings were spotted deer and monkeys. In the ...
... some government elephants. Plus plenty of parakeets, cranes and a crested eagle. We stopped at a crocodile breeding centre, focused on the critically endangered gharials. They had a yearly breeding programme going, with over 200 gharials inside. Mostly these were young, meaning that, when old enough, they would be released into the wild. The breeding centre also had turtles, who would poke their heads up through the green slime in their pond, making ...
... pool, I was loving it but the sheer look of terror in Hannahs face meant that she was gonna sit this one out and walk to the next waterfall section.
There we sat at the top of a huge waterfall and all got instruction on how to abseil down. Hannah wasn't feeling it so didn't opt for the abseiling tutorial. It didn't mean she could get out of it though and after some gentle words of persuasion Hannah was the first to repel down the 25m waterfall. All I ...
... where it was, it was actually moving away from us. Ohhhh thank **** for that! I don't think I've ever been so ******* relieved.
Let's talk about the weather than shall we? It was perfect walking weather to be honest. Cloudy, not too hot. There was a bit of spitting in the morning. It stayed like this for most of the day until around 2.30pm when suddenly all of the clouds in the world decided to dump their contents uncerimoniously on Chitwan. Fuuuuck. ...
... us to take an activity in the afternoon, we declined as we had too much blogging to do and hundreds of photos to go through, however we said we would like to go to the Tharu cultural dancing in the evening. After lunch we had a walk around the town, we found a couple of fair trade community shops and bought a couple of things, then back to our room. We sat on the balcony and got busy. Brahma found it quite amusing ...